Release date: July 13, 105
Enjoy the high drama and passion of romance’s roots with Crimson Romance’s three classic tales from one of the genre’s pioneers. These heroines prove that strong, smart, and satisfying women always stand the test of time:
No Nice Girl: Phyllis Gordon must choose between the boy next door who makes her smile and her millionaire boss who makes her melt.
The Heart Remembers: Life in Harbor Pines was placid and tranquil until it all blew up in Shelley Kimbrough’s face, and a triangle turned to tragedy.
Flight from Love: Brooke Martin can’t believe her good luck when rich playboy Reagan Hollingsworth proposes, but there’s one problem: marriage is a sometime thing to Reagan and Brooke is a “’til death do us part” kind of girl. Is love something settled, or a wild, passionate affair?
Sensuality Level: Behind Closed Doors
Eroline Pearl Gaddis Dern (1895 – 1966) began her literary career editing trade journals and fan magazines. For thirty years she wrote traditional romances for a single publisher, Arcadia House. For the last ten of those years she wrote mainly nurse novels. She also wrote “love novels,” a romance genre invented by lending-library publishers that was considered a bit racier for the times.