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THE BETROTHAL
by Mary Balogh, Gerri Russell, Trish Albright

Genre: Regency Period, Historical Romance, E-book, Medieval, England, Georgian Period, Scotland, Anthology
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Medieval, Georgian and Regency England/Scotland

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Set around both a holiday and engagement theme, these three charming novellas are the perfect way to escape a hectic schedule. Even in a short format each author’s style shines through and charms readers.

Reunited childhood sweethearts get a second chance at love in Albright’s “True North” when a beautiful sea watchmaker and her captain discover that passion has no clock and time can stand still while they hunt a thief.

Templar Lucius returns to the Borders as a laird and discovers part of his responsibilities include marrying Englishwoman Elizabeth. Lucius believes Elizabeth loved his deceased brother, but she desires him and must prove her love when a jealous cousin attempts to destroy him in “The Border Lord’s Bride” by Russell.

“The Betrothal Ball” is pure Balogh: heartwarming, tender and beautifully characterized as an outspoken governess wins the heart of the earl who values a woman’s mind as well as her body. (DORCHESTERPUB.COM)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: DORCHESTERPUB.COM

Published: October 2010

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