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by Ana P. Corman

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Tender Heart is a contemporary lesbian romance novel. It is a fateful meeting of two tender women, a romance to soothe a painful past and a violent crime to test their love

Tender Heart is a contemporary lesbian romance novel. It is a fateful meeting of two tender women, a romance to soothe a painful past and a violent crime to test their love. Dr. Megan Summers is a gifted neurosurgeon working in a trauma center in Austin, Texas. One fateful morning she exploded with. Megan walked into the Java Cafe and was surprised at how busy it was at four o'clock in the afternoon. She stepped inside the doorway and was blanketed by the rich aroma of fresh coffee. Megan scanned the crowded tables and suddenly felt her heart race as she saw her.

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Tender Heart is a contemporary lesbian romance novel.

Manufacturer: AuthorHouse Release date: 20 August 2000 ISBN-10 : 158721878X ISBN-13: 9781587218781.

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The so-called Heart Book (Hjertebog, Copenhagen, Kongelige Bibliotek, Thott 1510, 4º) is a 16th-century Danish manuscript (Thott 1510 4o), now kept in Det Kongelige Bibliotek, Copenhagen. It is a collection of 83 Danish love ballads, collected in the 1550s at the court of king Christian III. It is the oldest known Danish ballad manuscript. A peculiarity of the manuscript the entire book is heart shaped, in one of the early examples of the heart shape being used to signify romantic love.

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I have read many lesbian novels but this one is the worst of any I have read. The dialogue is sappy and moronic. I donate many of the books I read to a lesbian groups library. This book is so awful I would be ashamed to give it to them.
Dr Megan Summers loses her temper with her best friend and colleague Dr Drake in front of his realtor. When she has calmed down and reviews her behavior she knows that she has a lot of apologizing to do, to Drake and to the gorgeous Rebecca Rhodes who witnessed her outburst.

Her apologies lead to friendship and the romance between the women develops while they explore each others worlds. Surrounded by loving friends and family with amazing jobs and a wonderful home there is nothing out of place.

But then Rebecca is abducted by a crazed client and Dr Summers fears she could lose everything she cares about.


Having just read Celtic Knot I was really looking forward to this. And it is rare for me to be critical. But while the idea behind the plot is fine, and I can see that Ms Corman is trying to develop her characters this was a painful read and I struggled to make myself finish it.

The dialogue is stilted and unrealistic. The writing is good in sense of grammar and structure, but the language is repetitive and overflowing with superlatives. The tone is so over-joyous, sickly sweet and gooey it leaves a false saccharine taste.

In terms of the story, the underlying plot is fine but the timings unrealistic. While we all get the U-Haul scenario do adult professional women really fall in love and commit over one coffee break, start calling themselves ‘wife’ on the second date, agree to move in on the third day?

And the drama. Yes the plot needed something to break the saccharine sweetness of everybody bursting into laughter (3 times a page) and giggling (really?), and the abduction adds tension and suspense. But Rebecca has a gun in her purse that she seems to make no attempt to get for the longest time, for no good reason I can see. Megan smashes her mobile against a wall in angst and a broken arm is portrayed as a life threatening injury.

Looking at the bibliography available this was Ms Cormans fist novel and it feels like a teenage romance. The behaviors and language are immature and undeveloped, the plot is oversimplified and the theatre is melodramatic. Having read Celtic Knot first (Published 10 years later) I was extremely disappointed.

Sorry Ms Corman but this needed a lot more work.
Ms Corman does a lovely job of reaching in and- touching one's heart. This story of lasting love is heartwarming and passionate. The speed at which Megan and Rebecca fell for each other was a bit startling, but it brought to light my hidden desire to experience that first glance....the first shared meeting of the eyes and the unshakeable knowledge that this one you were looking at was the one you were destined to spend the rest of your life with. I loved the romance and intimacy between them as well as the true friendships among the other characters. Do you have a websight available?
A great story of learning how to understand why the ones you love act the way they do. The memories and life lessons left my a grandmother to her grandaughterare heart warming.These lessons can be used by anyone. I have passed this book on to many of my freinds and they all have fallen in love with this book. This book is about memories, love and understanding between the generations.
Tender Heart download epub
Literature & Fiction
Author: Ana P. Corman
ISBN: 158721878X
Category: Gay & Lesbian
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: 1st Book Library (August 20, 2000)
Pages: 248 pages