Hate Notes by Vi KeelandFrom New York Times bestselling authors Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward comes an unexpected love story of secondhand hearts and second chances…
It all started with a mysterious blue note sewn into a wedding dress.
I’d gone to sell my own unworn bridal gown at a vintage clothing store. That’s when I found another bride’s “something old.”
Stitched into the lining of a fabulously feathered design was the loveliest message I’d ever read: Thank you for making all of my dreams come true.
The name embossed on the blue stationery: Reed Eastwood, obviously the most romantic man who ever lived. I also discovered he’s the most gorgeous. If only my true-love fantasies had stopped there. Because I’ve since found out something else about Mr. Starry-Eyed.
He’s arrogant, cynical, and demanding. I should know. Thanks to a twist of fate, he’s my new boss. But that’s not going to stop me from discovering the story behind his last love letter. A love letter that did not result in a happily ever after.
But that story is nothing compared to the one unfolding between us. It’s getting hotter, sweeter, and more surprising than anything I could have imagined.
But I have no idea how this one is going to end...
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We certainly don't need a holiday to relive some of the most romantic scenes in TV and movie history. It's always a good day to celebrate love, as far as we're concerned—especially lately when everything you see on the news or social media can be less than cheerful. We've chosen some of the mushiest, sweetest, and most romantic scenes ever to hit the big or small screen. Remember when Derek and Meredith had that "perfect for them" marriage proposal in the elevator on Grey's Anatomy? Or how the first 15 minutes of Up gave you all the feelings on the emotional spectrum? Plus, slow dancing in the street, first kisses you could never forget, and a pickup basketball game for all the stakes. These 25 romantic scenes will make you believe in love and want someone to cuddle up with, stat.
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This movie—and I cannot stress this enough—is a cinematic feat: It contains every rom-com trope you can possibly think of. Career-driven city girl Gabriela Diaz loses her job at a big-time San Francisco design firm. After dumping her self-absorbed boyfriend Dean, she wins an inn?????? They're immediately sworn enemies, but clearly into each other. It turns out Gabriela's dream inn is actually a dilapidated shell of its former self and needs some major but costly renovations. The two team-up to fix and flip Gabriela's run down inn, and after some sexual tension and a brief reveal of Jake's devastating back story, they fall deeply in love. Gabriela is played by Christina Milian!!!
Love is universal, sure.
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Love at First Sight
Love at First Sight is one of the most classic tropes. You lock eyes with someone, and your heart and ideally their heart is immediately swept away in a torrent of passion. Something gets in your way for a while-- but don't worry.
Available on. F rom working in a bank in Brazil to starring in Bollywood, model Bruna Abdullah has come a long way. She left home seven years ago to pursue a modelling career, and two years back shifted to Mumbai to try her luck here, debuting with a sexy item number in Cash. Bruna plays Imran's friend, and also dances to the title track. In an extensive conversation with Nithya Ramani , Bruna talks about her life, career, passion and lots more. So how did Bollywood happen? What made you come to Mumbai?
Other Barbie paraphernalia in her room: heart shaped little pillows, Cadbury chocolates and pink objects strewn here and there. She is the incurably romantic heroine, accessorized to suit the girl the designers at Archies had in mind 20 years ago. She is in love with a wispy, sentimental banker, Raj Samir Dattani. Raj and Simran, get it? But which year-old today reads Eric Segal and moons, or whose idea of a romantic evening is being fed coffee by her fiance at a beachside restaurant in New Zealand?