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HOW TO MARRY A DUKE
by Debbie Raleigh, Sandy Blair, Regan Allen

Genre: Historical Romance

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In these delightful, satisfying short stories, three beautiful woman find that marrying a duke isn't as difficult as it might seem.

Raleigh allows Lady Shevron Quinn "To Woo a Duke" by following a book of rules set down to help young ladies win the man of their dreams. Shevron is out to prove the manual a fraud but finds herself caught by love and the chance to see just how well the rules of the game can be played.

Blair's fine sense of humor comes to the fore in "The Accidental Duchess." Penniless governess Rachel O'Leary takes shelter in the duke's empty town house and wakes to find that her "host" has come home to offer an interesting proposal.

New author Allen brings "A Touch of Magic" to her story of a confirmed bachelor who meets the fairy queen who for generations has been his family's protector. It's her mission to convince him to marry her and bring the magic of love into his life. SENSUAL (Feb., 320 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Zebra

Published: February 2005

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