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    Wonder Women: Here Come The Girls - Strong Female Leads

    With 84% of romance readers identify as women, it is not always all about the ‘D'. Sometimes, it’s the ‘V’ (or is it the ‘TT?!) that makes a reader want to whip off their bra and beat their chest. Here are 25 novels that made us fall in love with the heroine. No Men Need Apply - this Time it is all about the Women!

    Elizabeth Bennett from Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

    Elena Deveraux from Guild Hunter series by Nalini Singh

    Sam Holland from the Fatal Series by Marie Force

    Juliet Lawler (Jules) from Rock Chick Renegade by Kristen Ashley

    Nora Sutherland from Original Sinners series by Tiffany Reisz

    Natalie Conner from Come Away With Me by Kristen Proby

    Bullet from Bullet to the Heart by Lea Griffith

    Fern Taylor from Making Faces by Amy Harmon

    Aubrey Miller from Into The Light by L.B. Simmons

    Savannah Carmichael from Vixen and the Vet by Katy Regnery

    Kate Sedgwick from Bright Side by Kim Holden

    Layana (Lana) Fairmont from Black Lies by Alessandra Torre

    Eden Everson from Becoming Calder and Finding Eden by Mia Sheridan

    Ivy Gleason from Deep Down by Brenda Rothert

    Jessica Day/Jillian Knight from (Jack & Jill Trilogy) End of Day, Middle of Knight, Dawn of Forever by Jewel E Ann

    Izzy Gallo from Resist Me by Chelle Bliss

    Aspen Black from Mother Before Wife by Melissa Brown

    Faith McMann from Furious, Outrage and Wrath (trilogy) by T. R. Ragan

    Callie Roland from Night Shifts Black by Alyson Santos

    Lily Bloom from It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover

    Clare Noir from Transfer by Aly Martinez

    Rodel Emerson from Mists of the Serengeti by Leylah Attar

    Jillian Martel from The Hard Truth About Sunshine by Sawyer Bennett

    Calliah from Parasight by ES Carter

    My Personal Favorite: Gray Brannon from Ryker by Sawyer Bennett

    There is Proof that Women can be the Hero of the Story