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by Sally MacKenzie

Genre: Regency Period, Historical Romance, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England

2009 Regency-Set Historical Romance Nominee

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Naked and naughty -- that's the kind of hero MacKenzie stakes her reputation on, and it's also the kind that readers adore. With their humor and heated love scenes, her books sparkle and light up readers' hearts. Her feel-good stories are just what we need.

Many things can happen in a duke's garden, as Lady Grace Belmont discovers the night of her first London season. Grace is tall and a bit overweight, and she certainly doesn't want to dance.

Then Baron Dawson notices her. To him, she's a curvaceous goddess, and he's out to woo her into a kiss in the gardens. The irascible baron is not the only handsome man in his family. Dawson's uncle Alex once proposed to Grace's aunt Kate, but she was whisked away and married to another. Now she's a widow and Grace's chaperone, and it's Kate's turn to find love. Two love stories and two delightful couples are double the delicious trouble -- and what a delectable scandal they cause when they try to erase past mistakes. (ZEBRA, May, 340 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: ZEBRA

Published: May 2009

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