STORY: Tristan, the Duke of Shelbourne is a man with a mission: find a wife he can tolerate as long as they both shall live. No love is necessary—nor desired. But how to choose amid a dizzying array of wealthy-yet-witless candidates? Hire London’s infamously prim and proper matchmaker. Then pretend she’s not the most captivating… Continue reading ‘How to Marry a Duke’ by Vicky Dreiling
Month: January 2011
What’s on my DH’s mind or DT’s FB statuses
It's only been three days since my ‘Dude' (an endearment I can't seem to wean myself from using) has changed shifts in his work, and I miss him something fierce. It's so dam quiet around the house. I mean, it's not fun watching Military Channel on my own, and tonight Beverly Hills bitches are on… Continue reading What’s on my DH’s mind or DT’s FB statuses
“The Sherbrooke Bride” by Catherine Coulter or ‘Now I remember why I loved CC’s writing’!
STORY: Douglas Sherbrooke, Earl of Northcliffe, is a man besieged. He must have an heir. Thus he must first provide himself with the requisite bride. Alexandra Chambers, youngest daughter of the Duke of Beresford, has loved Douglas Sherbrooke since she was fifteen. Unfortunately, it is her sister, the incomparable Melissande, he wishes to wed. But… Continue reading “The Sherbrooke Bride” by Catherine Coulter or ‘Now I remember why I loved CC’s writing’!
“Goodnight Tweetheart” by Teresa Medeiros
STORY: Abigail Donovan has a lot of stuff she should be doing. Namely writing her next novel. A bestselling author who is still recovering from a near Pulitzer Prize win and the heady success that follows Oprah’s stamp of approval, she is stuck at Chapter Five and losing confidence daily. But when her publicist signs… Continue reading “Goodnight Tweetheart” by Teresa Medeiros
“Family Affair” by Debbie Macomber
STORY: Lacey Lancaster has always longed to be a wife and mother. However, after a painful divorce, she decides it's time to lay low for a while in her charming San Francisco apartment with her beautiful Abyssinian cat, Cleo. Everything would be wonderful, except for her utterly impossible neighbor Jack Walker. When he's not arguing… Continue reading “Family Affair” by Debbie Macomber