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HaBO: Heroine Collects Sneakers

This HaBO request comes from Gloriamarie, who is looking for this contemporary romance:

Sadly, I remember very little of this book I read within the last ten years. I’d like to read it again.

All I remember is that the heroine loves high-top sneakers, has them in many colors, searches the Internet looking for colors she doesn’t have. The hero seeks to please her by trying to find unusual high-tops that she just might not have.

This sounds very sweet!

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  1. Jill Q. says:

    I didn’t finish it, but I’m wondering if this IF THE SHOE FITS by Julie Murphy? I know the heroine collects sneakers and wants to be a shoe designer.

  2. Sydneysider says:

    I wonder if this might be LOVE GAME by Maggie Wells? The heroine is a basketball coach and the hero is a football coach at the same university. She has a sneaker collection and I think may even keep some of the collection in her office, and at one point the hero gets her some unusual pairs that she hadn’t found.

  3. Gloriamarie Amalfitano says:

    Doesn’t appear to be either one of those, Thanks

  4. Xena says:

    I recall a romance where the exceedingly handsome hero is on the spectrum and is either a sex worker or an assassin (if he isn’t the sex worker, she is). She loves converse sneakers and part of the HEA is she becomes a therapist. The story is dark and scorching. Of course, what I don’t recall is a title or author! I would read it again!

  5. Gloriamarie Amalfitano says:

    @Xena, sounds interesting but it isn’t the one I am looking for. I would not describe it as dark at all and I don’t remember if it is scorching.

  6. Jennifer Peterson says:

    One Night:Promised by Jodi Ellen Malpas. Livy notices him the moment he walks into the coffee shop. He’s heart-stoppingly stunning, with a blue-eyed gaze so piercing she’s almost too distracted to take his order. When he walks out the door, she thinks she’ll never see him again. Then she finds the note he left on his napkin . . . signed M.

  7. Gloriamarie Amalfitano says:

    @Jennifer Peterson, this sounds much darker than is my memory of the book. I don’t see any mention of the sneakers.

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