Each one of these three stories has a richly emotional feel and some excellent characters. The tales are bound
to satisfy fans of all three authors
and perhaps entice new readers to
try their longer works.

In Camp's "No Regrets," Claire and Jackson Murphy are about to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary, and share the story of their whirlwind 1940s courtship with their great-grandchildren, Rebecca and Nate.

In Wilkins' "Always the Groomsman," wedding planner Rebecca Murphy is arranging her cousin's wedding. Dealing with a bridezilla turns out to be easier than coming to terms with her lingering feelings for her ex, Captain Ryan Fuller, who's one of the groomsmen.

In Leigh's "The Daddy Track," businessman Nate Aldrich has just lost his best friend and business partner, Luke. A request from Luke's sister, restaurant owner Jordan Chelsey, to stay in town to help with some problems with their father's business comes out of the clear blue sky -- and so do the feelings that spring up between Nate and Jordan. (HARLEQUIN, Jun., 320 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer