Book two in Lethbridge’s Gilvrys of Dunross series is fast paced, suspenseful and wildly romantic. It’s also full of Gypsies, brigands, suitors, kidnappers, secrets and scandals. Readers won’t be able to stop reading.

Lady Jenna Aleyne is a virtual prisoner. Her guardian won’t let her go home, nor will he allow her a season in London to secure a husband and claim her estate. Instead, he has left her at the mercy of his poor relation and clerk, Niall Gilvry. When three suitors arrive to win her hand, Jenna turns to Niall for guidance. She sets the men on a quest. None prove as worthy as the proud Scot, but he is not in the running for her hand — or is he? (HARLEQUIN, Jul., 288 pp., $6.50)
Reviewed by: 
Maria Ferrer