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by Kaitlin O'Riley

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1895 England

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O'Riley's debut should generate interest in this talented author, whose unique plot twists and strong feminist ideals add freshness to the genre.

After her father's death Caroline Armstrong's grandparents bring her to England, hoping to find her a suitable husband. But Caroline has no wish to marry and cleverly
manages to keep her suitors at bay. She soon realizes, however, that she had best come up with a better plan. Enter Alexander Woodward, Duke
of Woodborough, a great catch
but as determined as Caroline not
to be caught.

They realize they are kindred spirits and hatch a scheme to solve their problems: They will pretend to court. But, the best laid plans go astray and as they fall in love their scheme falls apart. Caroline cannot refuse to marry Alex, she loves him and he adores her. But when a secret from Caroline's past appears it seems that the trust they
built their marriage on is evaporating and Caroline must find the means
to reclaim Alex's heart. (Zebra, Feb., 348 pp., $3.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Zebra

Published: February 2007

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