THE DUKE'S DILEMMA

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Ring out the bells and sound the trumpets! Signet introduces a fabulous new Incomparable to win the hearts of Regency fans.

The day of reckoning has finally come for Jared Neville Tremayne, Eighth Duke of Montford. He must at last take a wife to fulfill a promise made ten years ago to his dying grandfather. A proper heir to the duchy is required.

But why bother with the tedious process of attending all those balls and other boring social events to find his bride? Why not hold a house party at his estate with five candidates selected by his elderly aunts?

And thus arrive five beauties of the ton to be scrutinized by his grace. It is, however, the fiery-spirited companion of one of the young ladies who catches his eye instead, and the frozen heart of the duke begins to melt at last. But will he admit to those tender feelings before he drives the lady away?

Ms. Miller brings a spectacular freshness to the demanding Regency genre, writing with a wonderful dash and verve that will hold readers spellbound. (Feb., 224 pp., $4.50)

Reviewed by: 
Melinda Helfer