With a light, yet poignant touch, Cook crafts a romance between a young lady determined not to marry and a nobleman determined to change her mind.

Jane's heard about her grandmother's and aunt's insanity, which struck after childbirth, so she vows never to marry. Hayden Moreland, Earl of Westfield, needs a woman to help raise his niece and thinks Jane is the perfect teacher for Madeline. But Jane isn't interested. Her refusals only spur Hayden to make her change her mind, and he does his best to woo her.

The lively chase is on, and readers will delight in the sensual, delightful, endearing means that Hayden employs to win over Jane. He must delve into her heart and mind, winning her confidence and trust before she can be free of her fears. Unveiled is touching and tender, with just enough pathos-tinged humor to win our hearts. SENSUAL (May, 380 pp., $5.99)
Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin