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Propose To Me

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Artificial Tears by Charmaine Pauls
Lourdes March has cried enough tears over her dishonest ex. She is moving on. Until she walks into an optometrist's office, and is confronted with the splitting image of the man she's trying to forget.

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Kindle Edition, First Edition, 290 pages
Published July 16th 2014 by Satin Romance
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Jun 25, 2015 rated it really liked it
This is a collection of short stories, all about romance and finding the one. I enjoyed getting a brief look into each authors style of writing without committing to a whole book. I think overall a great job was done giving the reader enough information (if there was back history between characters) to not make it feel like you were missing a major piece of the story. Which for me most shorts do. If your looking for a cheerful romance that you know will end in happiness this is for you.
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Jul 12, 2015 rated it really liked it
This is a collection of short stories where you can get a feel of each authors writing style. I love these sets it is always wonderful to find a new author. These are outstanding short stories about love, romance and finding the one, getting over old loves, pain and sorrow as the authors take you on a journey to find the right mate for you. Some have lots of heartbreak, other are finding a new someone each story you can relate to. If you love finding new authors you will want to pick up this col ...more
Katie Harder-schauer
Jul 07, 2015 rated it really liked it
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I have a few general comments to make about the collection as a whole and then I will review each story individually. First, I'm not particularly fond of the title of the anthology because I feel it made the stories predictable, and I'm not a fan of predictable. Secondly, there were a few more spelling errors in this book than I typically find acceptable in a book this size, but most of them were in one story, and it was a case of ...more
Jun 30, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This is a collection of stories about relationships and heartbreak. Some of the times the heartbreak turns out for the best, whether it's finding out more about you or the other person. Some of these stories I liked more than others but over all a great collection. In the end they all get their happily ever after. ...more
Shweta Choudhary
Jul 13, 2015 rated it it was amazing
ARC received from the author for an honest review. Review For Fallen For Books

Running Late by Caroline Andrus
On her way to meet with her boyfriend, Will, Paige reflects upon their seven-year relationship and prepares herself to be dumped. Meanwhile, Will has something else in mind.

This was an amazing shot story. Even though it was short it kind of covered everything and there was no moment of puzzlement in my mind. I loved their love and knew what was coming even though Paige didn't ;) It was a
Jun 24, 2015 added it  ·  (Review from the author)
Shelves: my-works
I finally finished reading all of the stories nestled in this collection of marriage proposals with my own.

Each authors style is a little different, so I think there's a little something for everyone. My favorite story (besides my own of course, haha) probably has to be 'Cappuccino Dreaming' by Louise Redmann. It's unlike anything I've read before. It's just so.... British!

I hope you'll all consider reading this collection and leaving a review here on GR as well as Amazon! :)
Lynn Smith
Aug 04, 2015 rated it really liked it
7 short stories.

Artificial Tears by Charmaine Pauls- Lourdes March visit to the optometrists didn't exactly go the way planned. DR. Henk Bouwer looked exactly like her ex-boyfriend Dirk. Much less when he touched her she got a tingling throughout her body. When the DR. shows up at her event company she can't help but ask if he is related to Dirk in any way. Finding out he is Dirk's twin, throws her since Dirk had never mentioned having a twin. When Henk wants her help to talk to Dirk she wants
Kat Loves
Aug 15, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is a wonderful compilation of short romance stories where everyone gets their HEA.

I was a little disappointed that all the stories were so short, but they were all really good :)

I great holiday read.

I decided not to review each book individually because I felt it would have been to repetitious. As the title suggests, everyone in these stories gets proposed to and gets their happily ever after.
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Dec 01, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
As a whole I enjoyed this collection, this is perfect for anyone needing a few happily ever afters. As a whole I give this this collection 4 Stars. A few of the stories fell flat for me, I would have rather read them as full length novels, with more story and character building. I found a few editing errors as I traversed the pages. Artificial Tears by Charmaine Pauls - This story was cute, but it didn’t grab my attention like I had hoped. The romance could have been built up a bit more for my l ...more
I'm honestly quite disappointed by this anthology. From the high rating and reviews, I assumed that this book would be well worth the dollar, but I was wrong. Though the stories were readable, I can't say I actually enjoyed them. I'm well aware that short stories don't really have the room for buildup, but I've ready wonderful short stories before that manage to captivate me because they were so well written in such a short span. These stories felt far too rushed and very cliche. ...more
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Caroline Andrus was born and raised in the St. Paul suburbs where she lives with her husband, two daughters, and Henry McCoy—a wild cougar trapped in a housecat's body.

When not working as a hotel front desk agent she divides her time between writing, Facebook, designing (book covers & promo materials), and reviewing books. She is passionate about both reading and writing teen fiction, and is prett

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