This month you can enjoy five new historical tales of love from Harlequin. These stories will whisk you around the world and through several different time periods. And although we know some of you are still suffering with snow, by the time you are done reading these novels, May flowers may have even started sprouting!

Set Sail to Singapore

Wanted: Mail-Order Mistress
by Deborah Hale

Setting: Singpore 1825

Simon and Bethan's relationship begins as one night of passion, but their love grows into something so much more. Will Bethan be able to overcome her past when Simon asks for her hand in marriage? Hale will delight with the final story in her latest trilogy.

     

Head for the Highlands

Highland Heiress 
by Margaret Moore

Setting: Scotland 1817

When Gordon rescues Moira from a tree, he doesn't expect to end up on the opposite side of a legal dispute. Gordon doesn't want to fight her, instead this determined lawyer will do almost anything to prove to Moira that he's the man for her. Expect some laughter, and a hint of danger, in this new tale from Moore!

     

Journey to the Wild West

The Bride Raffle 
by Lisa Plumley

Setting: Arizona Territory, 1883

Owen Cooper wins pregnant Daisy Walsh in a bride raffle she didn't even realize she was part of. When the dust settles and Daisy agrees to keep house for Owen, he can't deny his attraction to her but promises to try to reunite her with her baby's father. Can Owen and Daisy find a way to make a future together?

     

Visit the English Countryside

Lord Portman's Troublesome Wife 
by Mary Nichols

Setting: England 1761

Lord Portman appears to be a dandy to all who know him, but appearances are deceiving. He is actually a thief catcher hot on the trail of a counterfeiter. But when he unexpectedly acquires a wife, will he be able to continue his charade or will his secrets be revealed when Lady Rosamund pieces together the puzzle? Nichols will keep fans entertained with her latest story of the Piccadilly Gentlemen's Club.

     

Retire to Bath

Reprobate Lord, Runaway Lady
by Isabelle Goddard

Setting: England 1817

When Lady Amelie's father agrees to marry her off to the odious Rufus, the headstrong miss flees to her grandmother home in Bath. Along the way she catches the attention of Earl Gareth Denville who decides to follow her. Can their tentative attraction bridge the gap between Amelie and Gareth will mistrust doom their future?

     

This month Harlequin gives readers tickets to love in five very different destinations but you can pick up your own copy of these stories in stores and online now!

Tags: RT Daily Blog, Romance
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