In TABITHA'S TANGLE (4), Tabitha Herbert is in, well, quite the tangle. Hired to catalogue the books of Hugh, Lord Latham, she quickly develops a tendre for him. However, he's more or less committed to another, Lady Susan. While Tabitha works on Hugh's books, she is at first intrigued and intimidated by him. But she is expected to marry a squire's son and Hugh to wed a woman he does not love. The more time he spends with Tabitha, however, the fonder he becomes of her. Will he ever get the chance to let her know how he feels? It's quite the treat watching Hugh and Tabitha untangle their lives so that Hugh might be able to make an offer for Tabitha. Love is a difficult path to follow, especially when family duty falls in the way. Emily Hendrickson's novel is a delightful romp. (Mar., 224 pp., $4.99)
Reviewed by: 
Robin Taylor