This month, Harlequin takes readers back to the past for six tales of timeless love. Married to a Stranger by Louise Allen's doesn't just sport a steamy cover, it has a marriage of convenience filled with passion that will warm readers' hearts. Says RT Senior Reviewer Kathe Robin, "The gentle, yet powerful emotions of a grieving brother are sure to touch readers, as will the budding romance between him and a shy but emotionally strong woman. Allen reaches into readers’ hearts."
Readers can also enjoy reviews of Deb Marlowe's Tall, Dark and Disreputable, Lady Drusilla's Road to Ruin by Christine Merrill and Charlene Sands’ latest, A Cowboy Worth Claiming. These four books are reviewed in this month’s issue of RT BOOK REVIEWS magazine.
Additionally, recent releases also include two Harlequin Historical romances about women who have traveled to Yorkshire to become governesses.
Joanna Fulflord suggests that Claire Davenport may be The Wayward Governess, as she has fled to the country to escape certain marriage to a man she doesn't love. But when she meets her employer Marcus Edenbridge, it's not long before she's a part of the hero's family and helping him and his orphaned niece find joy in their lives.
And although Miss Aimée Peters takes a job as a governess in order to become respectable, will she agree to become Captain Corcoran's Hoyden Bride? You'll have to read Annie Burrows' latest tale to find out.
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