The Royle sisters make a glorious return in another utterly charming, delightful, witty, clever, love-and-laughter story that steals your heart. This time shy Anne takes center stage as the sisters search for the truth about their paternity, taking us on a whirlwind ride with a sexy earl. You'll giggle, grin and laugh out loud
as this rising star of romance sweeps
you away.

Only "nearly invisible," Anne can find the letters that may prove their royal heritage, even if that means sneaking into the Earl of MacLaren's room. MacLaren, on the other hand, is sure Anne's in his room for seduction. What a surprise when they're "caught" by his family and she blurts out that they're betrothed.

While plans for the wedding are under way, MacLaren tries to find out what Anne was really doing in his room. Suddenly he's caught in her sister's plans and finds himself captivated by the enchanting Anne. Could this be love? All he knows is that he truly doesn't want Anne to "cry off" and cancel the nuptials, and he's determined to win her heart and solve the mystery of possible royal connection. (Avon, Jul., 384 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin