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All the boys and men love Irene
Irene has a problem: too many men to love and be loved by. How to be true to them all? By loving them all, Cheating on them all, It makes perfect sense! To Irene, anyway.
The author immerses the reader into Irene's life and loves with her unique storytelling ability.
A study in love
Here we have the author showing a more serious side of herself as she delves into the relationship of the reader and the read. How one can fall in love with a character, and wish to change the fate of a character (because we care), to change the writing of one's life, but to no avail.Read the story now
THE HOUSE OF LUCIE
The heroine, a young woman spoiled with the love of too many men, is on the verge of succumbing to the loneliness brought on by her fickle heart. The author infuses her heroine with a very lively nature - she practically leaps off the page, into your heart.Read the story now
My Foolish Heart is captivating
A romantic girl loves too strongly, and yet not strongly enough. She wants everything love has to offer, and then more! A tragedy of longing. Lidmila doesn't write the words but brushes them on in colors of heart and soul.Read the story now
A wild ride
The spirit of Lidmila's writing is vivacious!
To read her is to suddenly find yourself on the bare back on a wild stallion who is tearing over rich landscapes of romance and youth and love or the illusion thereof, all along knowing you can't hold on forever.
When too much is not enough
Irene is both Lolita, the too young lover, and Laura, the unobtainable lover worth obsessing over. Her loves are several, young and old, rich and poor, living and dead. It is telling that Irene finds pools claustrophobic - she would have the entire sea!Read the story now
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