Follow Jo Beverley as a vicar’s daughter turns into a saucy, mischievous wench to win the man she adores.
The jilt, aka Miss Breakheart, Mary Jo Putney’s heroine, finally has a chance to win the man she really desires at a holiday house party.
A cynical spy meets an old love and rekindles their passion during a mission to expose a French spy in Joanna Bourne’s holiday mystery.
Posing as her best friend to meet an intended groom thrusts a demure, proper lady into a strange world in Patricia Rice’s story.
Nicola Cornick’s second chance at love romance is set at a seaside inn, where passion collides with the past.
Anne Gracie’s moving tale of a noble Scotsman’s hunt for a “dying” bride leads to a charade and an unexpected love.
Smugglers and highwaymen provide Susan Fraser King with the tale of a free trader’s sister attempting to play highwayman and catching a groom instead. (KENSINGTON, Oct., 315 pp., $15.00)