Book Review

‘Pride, Prejudice and the Perfect Match’ by Marilyn Brant

STORY: Would an Elizabeth Bennet by any other name be as appealing to a Darcy? A single mother and an ER doctor meet on an Internet dating site—each for reasons that have little to do with finding their perfect match—in this modern, Austen-inspired story. It’s a tribute to the power of both “pride” and “prejudice” in… Continue reading ‘Pride, Prejudice and the Perfect Match’ by Marilyn Brant

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‘I Do . . .or Die’ by Donna Cummings

STORY “Always a bridesmaid, never a bride” is Shelby Atwood's personal credo. She’s managed to avoid commitment all her life – no pets, no plants, not even a long-term lease. Heck, she’s had colds last longer than her romantic relationships. How could she be any other way when she has a gigolo for a father?… Continue reading ‘I Do . . .or Die’ by Donna Cummings

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‘Seduction of A Highland Warrior’ by Sue-Ellen Welfonder

STORY: At the King's request, chieftain Alasdair MacDonald has sworn to preserve the peace in the Glen of Many Legends. Though he's handsome and fearless, his warrior's heart belongs only to his beloved land-until the fair sister of his oldest enemy shatters his defenses, branding his skin with a single touch, and sealing his fate with… Continue reading ‘Seduction of A Highland Warrior’ by Sue-Ellen Welfonder

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‘The Chieftain’ by Margaret Mallory

STORY: Connor, chieftain of the MacDonalds of Sleat, holds the fate of his people in his hands. Rival clans are plotting to take over his lands, and duty determines whom he will fight, trust . . . even marry. Seeking guidance, Connor turns to Ilysa, a young lass with the gift of foresight, who reveals… Continue reading ‘The Chieftain’ by Margaret Mallory

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Children and Animals in Books by Anne Gracie

W.C. Fields said “Never work with children or animals,” and for a lot of people that holds true for romance books, too. Some readers really dislike having children or animals in books, others love them. Me? I say it's all in the execution. Sweetly lisping precocious bratty-type children? Little saintly critters? Generally no — though I… Continue reading Children and Animals in Books by Anne Gracie

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‘The Autumn Bride’ by Anne Gracie

STORY: Governess Abigail Chantry will do anything to save her sister and two dearest friends from destitution, even if it means breaking into an empty mansion in the hope of finding something to sell. Instead of treasures, though, she finds the owner, Lady Beatrice Davenham, bedridden and neglected. Appalled, Abby rousts Lady Beatrice's predatory servants and—with… Continue reading ‘The Autumn Bride’ by Anne Gracie

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‘The Admiral’s Heart’ by Danelle Harmon

STORY: England, 1774. Ten years have elapsed since Lady Philippa Ponsonby Hatfield made a painful sacrifice in giving up the dashing Royal Navy captain with whom she was desperately in love. In the years since, Sir Elliott Lord has gone on to become a famous admiral and hero of England, and now, fate throws them together… Continue reading ‘The Admiral’s Heart’ by Danelle Harmon