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REVIEW: Donna Alward's SUMMER ON LOVERS' ISLAND and The Winter of Their Contentment

Donna Alward’s foray into longer contemporary romance is akin to Sarah Morgan’s: coming from wildly, deliciously wonderful categories to extended characterization, detailed setting, and broader themes with mixed success. 1,716 more words



Byron says Evelyn has a thing for me. That it’s obvious. His girlfriend concurs.
They rented a house on the lake and stayed the night with me on their way up. 338 more words


The One Where Rachel Dates her Assistant

Workplace romance is more common than you may think. In fact, a recent study found that 40% of people have had an office romance. Employers consistently fear romance in the workplace, as they can lead to tension, preferential treatment, and sexual harassment claims. 481 more words

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Fool Me Twice, Shame on Me

Getting up in the morning is one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do, not to mention at five o’clock in the morning and on a Saturday for a job that pays minimum wage. 1,391 more words

Coffee And Tequila

The Work Boyfriend

“What happens when the life you have isn’t the one you want…

Kelly has a great life. The kind of life people wish for, in fact. 119 more words


Cupid Strikes... Work Suffers. How to Deal with Workplace Romance

Mary and Bill.  They are employed by your organization and they’re swept up in their new-found love for each other.

You’re hot under the collar because Bill’s sales have dropped off and Mary hasn’t met the deadline on several projects.  490 more words


Daydreams and Dangerous Thoughts

She slumped into the couch, feet up on the large, red arm and head resting against a pillow.  She pulled out her phone and started an email.   530 more words