Precious hearts romances pocketbooks new releases

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Nang Gabing Maging Akin Ka by Martha Cecilia

Dalawang pag-ibig na ang nawala kay Monica dahil hindi niya nais na magkaroon ng pre-marital affairs. At ang huli, si Michael, iniwan siya sa isang resort sa Laguna nang tumanggi siyang makipagtalik dito bago sila makasal.

Sa sama ng loob, habag sa sarili, at iglap na rebelyon na tinulungan pa ng dalawang shots ng tequila, ipinagkaloob ni Monica ang sarili sa isang total stranger.
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Precious Hearts Romances The Substitute Bride (ver 2)

Items 1 - 20 of KRG - Kristine Series 12 - Rose Tattoo (New Edition). by Martha Cecilia PHP BBCG - The Billionaire Boys Club Batch 2 Book 10 - Rex Lagdameo (New Edition) Precious Hearts Romances · Harlequin.
Martha Cecilia

Precious Hearts Romances Love Story Books

The company began in when most businesses were closing down due to the crippling energy crisis. At that time, Tagalog romance pocketbooks were gaining popularity among Filipino romantics, especially the women. Segundo D. Matias Jr. Starting with one book every month, PHR became an instant hit, and in such a short time the company came up with several other romance novel book imprints.

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Tagalog romance novels , sometimes collectively referred to as Tagalog pocketbooks , Tagalog paperbacks , Tagalog romance paperbacks , Tagalog romance pocketbooks , Philippine romance novels , Filipino romance novels , Pinoy pocketbooks , Tagalog popular novels , or Tagalog popular romance literature are commercialized novels published in paperback or pocketbook format published in the Tagalog or the Filipino language in the Philippines. Unlike the formal or literary romance genre, these popular romance novels were written, as described by Dominador Buhain in the book A History of Publishing in the Philippines as a form of traditional or conventional romance stories of "rich boy meets poor girl or vice versa who go through a series of obstacles and finally end up in each other's arms". According to Tatin Yang in the article Romansang Pinoy : A day with Tagalog romance novels , Tagalog romance paperbacks were thin Philippine versions of romance novel books that could be found at the bottom shelves of the romance section of bookstores , wrapped and bound with book covers that are decorated with Philippine comics -styled illustrations, such as "a barrio landscape with a badly dressed guy and girl locked in an embrace". Normally, the hero or heroine of the story falls in love and "goes crazy" over the admired person. Contemporary writers also turned away from writing "rags-to-riches plots". The stereotypical norm had been replaced by the incorporation of storylines with "interesting scenes, characters [who are ready to face challenges or to sacrifice themselves for the benefit of other people], dialogues, and new angles to old plots".

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