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RULES OF ENGAGEMENT
by Kathryn Caskie

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England

2004 Best First Historical Romance Award Winner

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Fresh, exciting and utterly charming, RULES OF ENGAGEMENT is a dynamite debut by a talent you won't want to miss. Caskie perfectly balances humor, history and sensuality in a smart and sparkling romance that quite simply captivates. Make room on the keeper shelves!

When Lady Eliza Merri-weather's two spinster aunts find a book called The Rules of Engagement and assume the war strategy handbook is a manual for catching a husband, they extract a promise from their niece to follow their rules for one London season.

But Eliza has some plans of her own. She makes a bargain with penniless Lord Magnus MacKinnon to pose as her suitor while she finds him an heiress to marry. But Magnus' purr of a brogue and heated kisses are almost Eliza's undoing.

Combine
the couple's heat with her aunts' unabashed matchmaking (playing violins for the lovers, locking them in a room and arousing jealousy and mayhem at every turn), and there's simply no way their charade can last. They're destined to fall in love.

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Warner Forever

Published: May 2004

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