A DANGEROUS BEAUTY
Nash, well known for
her traditional Regency romances, moves gracefully into the longer historical novel with the first in a merry widows series destined to make her a star. Readers will immediately take to her clever, passionate, emotional characters and wondrous love story. They'll revel in the dowager's antics, shed a tear at the wealth
of poignancy and cheer for the lovers, while eagerly awaiting the next story.
Luc never expects to be enchanted by Rosamunde. He tempts her adventurous side with wild morning horseback rides and swimming lessons, but she's drawn to his inner depth. As a new scandal looms, Luc and Rosamunde dare to risk all for the sake of love. (Avon, Jun., 384 pp., $5.99)