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Relationships can be complicated,
but they are so well worth it. We all need to make an effort to be
romantic, both men and women. Every one of us has character flaws, but those flaws are part of what makes true love so powerful. Love looks different to all of us and
every version is equally important. Strong women are beautiful. Happy ever after is not an unrealistic
goal; it just takes work. Engaging all your senses is the best
way to experience greater sensuality. Love is worth all kinds of sacrifice. Love can happen anywhere, at any time and between anyone.
The power of sincere love and support can help move us beyond traumas from the past.
Strong chemistry and an emotional connection are the keys to a wonderful love life.
Thérèsé’s latest novel is Falling for His Convenient Queen (Harpercollins; R117)
How to deal with losing love. Whether it’s a breakup or death. That pain has to be lived through.
To trust myself more. And, more than that, I wish the process would get easier. Then again, if you aren’t pushing yourself, you aren’t progressing. Manners never go out of fashion. Opening a door or pulling a chair out makes a guy hot, not weak. What you think you want and what you actually need aren’t always the same. Think you want a bad boy? It could turn out that it’s the geek who rocks your world. Relationships reveal our flaws, and that’s
fine. Flawless people are boring, anyway! Family doesn’t always mean being linked by DNA. Sometimes, love creates a stronger bond than DNA ever could. Life is hard, and life without a best friend is doubly so. Why wouldn’t you want the support and love of a funny, feisty woman who has your back? In romance novels, the heroine always has a massive smile on her face after sex, and really, shouldn’t life imitate art? Love doesn’t mean moulding yourself into the person your partner wants. True love is about being appreciated for exactly who you are – faults and all. Relationships can’t only be about a hot body and sexy face. There has to be substance below the surface. You have to be able to laugh with the
person you fall in love with. We all have to experience pain in life. This classic is a reminder that we all pull on a cloak in the hopes of encouraging others to see us as we would like to be seen, rather than how we really are. But if we don’t look beyond that cloak of appearances, we could miss out on wonderful friendships and even on the loves of our lives.
This book is a great guide to the art of manifesting: understanding that we become what we imagine we are, and our thoughts create our destinies.
Georgette Heyers delivers a master class in writing a heroine who is fantastically relatable and strong-willed – a 21st-century woman living in the historic Regency world.
Joss’ latest book is Little Secrets: Unexpectedly Pregnant (Harlequin; R75)
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