JUST ONE SEASON IN LONDON
Readers who enjoy multiple plotlines will find Michaels’ latest a veritable feast. With its triple romance and delightful characters, this comedy of errors is both a bit of love and laughter and a poignant romance. Michaels manages her triptych with ease and readers move between the plotlines eagerly awaiting what will happen next.
If only his family could have just one season in London, Viscount Ryecroft is sure his beautiful sister Sophie could land a rich husband and he could find an heiress to wed. Meanwhile their mother, Miranda, has her own scheme of finding the means to get her children to London; even if she must agree to become her first love’s mistress. To meet their goals each becomes entangled with someone willing to help them get their season, but at a price. A meddling lady lures Rye into her plot while her sharp-tongued companion intrigues him more. Sophie finds a mentor in her mother’s friend, but she discovers passion on her own and Miranda, well, Miranda opens a Pandora’s box when she singles Marcus out for help. (SOURCEBOOKS, Jul., 384 pp., $7.99)