Image of And Then He Kissed Her


Image of And Then He Kissed Her

Each new Guhrke romance is a guilty pleasure. With her well-crafted, funny, emotional love stories and unforgettable characters, she has won the devotion of readers. Now she's crafted another delightful "keeper" that not only enchants, it also puts a wiggle in your step.

As secretary to Lord Marlowe, the publisher of a London newspaper, etiquette expert Miss Emmaline Dove dreams of seeing her words in print. When she discovers he's been rejecting her work (written under a pen name) without even reading it, a furious Emmaline quits and takes her articles to a rival paper.

Though Harry respects Miss Dove as his efficient secretary, he despises boring etiquette books. He's shocked when his meek secretary shows a streak of independence and passion, and he's at wit's end when his office falls into chaos after she leaves. What's Harry to do? Why, get her back any way he can and teach her a few very improper lessons. One kiss, and he's lost; one touch, and she's hungry for more. Seeing the rakish Harry and the proper Emmaline come together is great fun and delectable reading. (Avon, Mar., 384 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin