Viscount Drake has returned from the wars a scarred and withdrawn man, suffering from strange fevers and terrible nightmares in MISS TRUELOVE BECKONS (3). His doting mother is convinced that a good marriage will aid in his recovery and invites a friends daughter and another young cousin to stay. Miss Truelove Becket doesnt resent her position as near-companion to her cousin, but finds herself falling for the man her Aunt means for her cousin to wed. This poignant tale is a bit of a departure from Donna Simpsons usual light-hearted fare, but one which should readily satisfy a desire for more substantial offerings. (Jun., 2858 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed by: 
Teresa Roebuck