When Thomas, Marquis De Guis offer of marriage is rejected by yet another Society belle, he decides that the fault must be in his kissing technique in Regina Scotts THE MARQUIS KISS (3). Margaret Munroe is delighted to agree to a courtship, but has true misgivings about a man who can keep his emotions so deeply hidden. Ms. Scott serves up a light morsel with clever dialogue and engaging characters. The kissing premise is a little weak, considering that the hero is also supposedly concerned about a serious heart defect, but each of these obstacles to love is dealt with in a satisfactory manner. (October)

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Teresa Roebuck