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Sometimes great books find great artists to illustrate them. Sometimes they have to do with inferior artwork. And sometimes terrible books get the art they deserve. Behold! I bring you the artwork of Cassie Edwards' ouevre. Plus my guesses at what the actual books are about.

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In this touching tale of the old west the heroine swoons because the hero has a bigger chest than her. 'Don't worry!,' He tells her, 'it's amazing how much bustier you can look with implants and thrusting your nipples forward at everyone!'



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He knows their love is wrong, he knows that society will never accept them - but still it grows lonely in the mountains and he has no clothes to keep him warm and, honestly, if loving this cougar is wrong he doesn't want to be right.

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Based on conversations with [livejournal.com profile] cbackson the hero is either churning butter or probing the heroine with his "throbbing hardness" (actual quote from Edwards). I am opting for this being a novel about the hero's tragic struggle to learn how to do both at the same time. In a canoe.

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This one was easy! It's Rambo killing things. I don't know why it's in the romance section, though. Maybe he kills for love?

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Another moving story. This time it's about the guilt of a man who loved to pose half naked in the moonlight so much he didn't notice his girlfriend was about to sink in her canoe. What he doesn't know is that she actually committed suicide because she couldn't stand his mullet anymore

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Finally we find out what happened to that emo vampire Tohrment from JR Ward's paranormal romances.

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Fun and whacky hijinks occur on a pirate ship when the crew glue their captain to the ropes, tear his shirt off and let Lusty Sally, Terror of the Spanish Main, have her way with him.

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This one's really clever. You think the guy on the cover is the hero but it turns out he's not; but the hero has been enchanted so he looks like a gun. The heroine only discovers this when she holds it to her heaving bosom as she defends her honour from the plague of half-naked men that besets her town.

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I have no idea what this is about. But that's one surprised looking guy right there. For some reason he reminds me of a startled vicar being told that his wife has run off with the local brewer. If a startled vicar liked to pin adornments on his crotch.



Also you should all go to [livejournal.com profile] meganbmoore's journal and read the moving story of
Mighty Wang and Busty Girl
as retold by her from a Cassie Edwards' novel.
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