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  • Glurge: Especially the ones involving abused children and animals, or the disabled. Always In My Heart qualifies, too.
  • Narm and Narm Charm: The drama often walks a line between heartfelt anguish and maudlin melodrama
  • Mary Sue:
    • Jerk Sue: Erin De Laney in Strawberry Hill, right down to the stubborn-ass "I don't need a man to help me" attitude when she first meets the hero. She gets better as the story goes on, though. Vickie Brown, unfortunately, is another example who barely starts to change her attitude until near the end.
    • Purity Sue: Her gentler heroines often read like this, especially Ceara O'Ceallaigh, Laura Townsend, Rachel Hollister, Cassandra Zerek, and Rebecca Morgan.
    • Sympathetic Sue: A lot of her heroines come off this way even if they are likeable.
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