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Here you can find free books in the category: Romance. Read online or download Romance eBooks for free. Browse through our eBooks while discovering great authors and exciting books.


The Black Arrow (Fiscle Part-I)
Robert Louis Stevenson The Black Arrow (Fiscle Part-I)
  • English
  • 83185 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
  • 2
  • 1

No One But Myself Knows What I Have Suffered, Nor What My Books Have Gained, By Your Unsleeping Watchfulness And Admirable Pertinacity. And Now Here Is A Volume That Goes Into The World And Lacks Your Imprimatur: A Strange Thing In Our Joint Lives; And The Reason Of... Read more...

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The Evolution Of Love (Fiscle Part-I)
Emil Lucka The Evolution Of Love (Fiscle Part-I)
  • English
  • 95305 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
  • 2
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To The Generations Slowly Rising From The Dark Abyss Of Time To The Twilight Of The Middle Ages, The Satisfaction Of The Sexual Instinct Offered Fewer Difficulties Than The Gratification Of Any Other Need Or Desire. With Every Unpremeditated And Cursory Indulgence The C... Read more...

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Unspoken Sermons        Series I., Ii., And Ii.
George Macdonald Unspoken Sermons Series I., Ii., And Ii.
  • English
  • 179207 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
  • 2
  • 2

_And He Came To Capernaum: And, Being In The House, He Asked Them, What Was It That Ye Disputed Among Yourselves By The Way? But They Held Their Peace: For By The Way They Had Disputed Among Themselves Who Should Be The Greatest. And He Sat Down, And Called The Twelve,... Read more...

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Jean Christophe: In Paris        The Market-Place, Antoinette, The House
Romain Rolland Jean Christophe: In Paris The Market-Place, Antoinette, The House
  • English
  • 65555 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
  • 2
  • 1

I Have A Friend!... Oh! The Delight Of Having Found A Kindred Soul To Which To Cling In The Midst Of Torment, A Tender And Sure Refuge In Which To Breathe Again While The Fluttering Heart Beats Slower! No Longer To Be Alone, No Longer Never To Unarm, No Longer To Stay On Guard With Straining,

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We Two Part 2
Edna Lyall We Two Part 2
  • English
  • 84692 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
  • 2
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The Blank Of Amaze Of Your Haughty Gaze, The Cold Surprise Of Patrician Eyes. Lewis Morris

But The Paucity Of Christians Is Astonishing, Considering The Number Of Them. Leigh Hunt.

The Irritation, Or, At Any Rate, The Novelty Of The Luxury In The Fane-Smith's Househo... Read more...

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The     Bacillus Of     Beauty (Fiscle Part-X)        A Romance Of     To-Day
Harriet Stark The Bacillus Of Beauty (Fiscle Part-X) A Romance Of To-Day
  • English
  • 94093 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
  • 2
  • 1

I Am Going To Set Down As Calmly And Fully As I Can A Plain Statement Of All That Has Happened Since I Came To New York.

I Shall Not Trim Details, Nor Soften The Facts To Humour My Own Amazement, Nor Try To Explain The Marvel That I Do Not Pretend To Understand.

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A Little Girl In Old Detroit (Fiscle Part-X)
Amanda Minnie Douglas A Little Girl In Old Detroit (Fiscle Part-X)
  • English
  • 98519 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
  • 2
  • 1

When La Motte Cadillac First Sailed Up The Strait Of Detroit He Kept His Impressions For After Travelers And Historians, By Transcribing Them In His Journal. It Was Not Only The Romantic Side, But The Usefulness Of The Position That Appealed To Him, Comma... Read more...

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A Little Girl Of     Long Ago (Fiscle Part-X)
Amanda Millie Douglas A Little Girl Of Long Ago (Fiscle Part-X)
  • English
  • 98233 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
  • 2
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New Year's Came In With A Ringing Of Bells And Firing Of Pistols. Four Years More, And The World Would Reach The Half-Century Mark. That Seemed Very Ancient To The Little Girl In Old New York. They Talked About It At The Breakfast-Table.

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A Forest Hearth: A Romance Of     Indiana In The     Thirties (Fiscle Part-X)
Charles Major A Forest Hearth: A Romance Of Indiana In The Thirties (Fiscle Part-X)
  • English
  • 101119 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
  • 2
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A Strenuous Sense Of Justice Is The Most Disturbing Of All Virtues, And Those Persons In Whom It Predominates Are Usually As Disagreeable As They Are Good. Any One Who Assumes The High Plane Of "Justice To All, And Confusion To Sinners," May Easily Ga... Read more...

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The     Story Of     The     Soil (Fiscle Part-X)
Cyril G. Hopkins The Story Of The Soil (Fiscle Part-X)
  • English
  • 102256 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
  • 2
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Percy Johnston Stood Waiting On The Broad Veranda Of An Old-Style Southern Home, On A Bright November Day In 1903. He Had Just Come From Blue Mound Station, Three Miles Away, With Suit-Case In Hand.

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