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THE SCANDAL IN KISSING AN HEIR
Genre: Regency Period, Historical Romance, England
Barnes once again invites readers to the Kingsborough Ball, where a reformed rake and an intriguing heroine are caught in a refreshing and unexpected romance. Barnes cleverly maneuvers around the traditional “must wed” theme, crafting a highly romantic tale with unconventional characters who will steal your heart.
Anything can happen at the annual masquerade ball, and everything does when notorious rogue Daniel Neville encounters a beautiful, mysterious woman. As the future Marquess of Wolvington, Daniel must mend his scandalous ways by marrying. He thinks he’s found his future bride — if he can only learn her name. Like Cinderella, Lady Rebecca has come to the ball uninvited. Her mask hides not only her face, but also her fear. For two years she has been locked away, supposedly mad, in order to avoid marrying the men chosen by her greedy relatives. Daniel is determined to convince Rebecca he is the man for her and that by trusting in him, and his love, she will set herself free. (AVON, Jan., 384 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed By: Kathe Robin
Published: January 2014