THE VIRGIN OF CLAN SINCLAIR
Each Sinclair novel is more delightful than the last. With this clever, sexy, fun and fast read, Ranney will make readers smile, laugh, sigh and just revel in her storytelling.
Ellice Traylor is the image of a quiet, refined young lady, but her imagination is wild. Ellice is stunned when a man who closely resembles the hero of her book — Ross Forster, Earl of Gladsden — walks into her life. Ellice stows away in his carriage, hoping to reach Edinburgh and get her book published. Ross discovers her manuscript under the seat, realizing that if Ellice ever publishes it, people will believe he is her hero and his political career will be ruined. He’ll do anything to stop her — but he doesn’t plan on being caught in a compromising situation and having to marry her. Ellice must convince Ross her book is nothing more than a delicious dream, but she is about to discover that real life can be better than fiction. (AVON, Jun., 384 pp., $7.99)