Caskie's star continues
to rise as she expertly merges her signature
witty humor, simmering sensuality and engaging storyline to keep you glued to the pages. This time she adds a hint of mystery about the characters' paternity
to enhance her utterly delightful story. It's going to be hard to wait for the next Royle sisters adventure.

The Royle triplets, Mary, Elizabeth and Anne, are embarking on their first London season when they discover evidence that they are likely the illegitimate daughters of the Prince Regent and his mistress Mrs. Fitzherbert. They are led to understand their "father" wants them to find suitable husbands. To achieve this goal, they will be launched into society.

Mary has already chosen the man she wants: Quinn, Viscount Wetherby. Quinn would wed Mary, except his brother, Rogan, Duke of Blackstone, who sets out to prove that Mary is like all women: a scheming, untrustworthy, greedy liar. Rogan pursues her and to the reader's delight the hardened cynic learns a lesson or two about romance and true love. The bigger and prouder they are, the harder they fall. (Avon, Oct., 384 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin