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Witty and imaginative Krentz creates a perfect fusion of suspense and romance. Duke of Sin , by Elizabeth Hoyt. The author once again demonstrates her knack for successfully marrying unforgettable characters including her most sinfully seductive hero to date , an addictively tart sense of wit, and an abundance of insanely hot sexual chemistry into another exceptionally entertaining romance.

Evening Stars , by Susan Mallery. Everything but a Groom , by Holly Jacobs. An Extrordinary Union , by Alyssa Cole.

Far from Home , by Lorelie Brown. For Better, for Worse , by Elizabeth Jeffrey. After army captain John dies in WWI, his widow, pregnant Stella, a commoner, is overwhelmed by her Machiavellian in-laws and the grandeur of their estate. Forever and a Day , by Delilah Marvelle. In the first title in her new Rumor series, an incisive tale of social divides set in lower-class New York City, circa , Marvelle brings together down-to-earth Georgia and a Good Samaritan afflicted with amnesia who turns out to be a duke.

Haunted Destiny , by Heather Graham. Graham is a master at world building, and her latest is a thrilling, dark, and deadly tale of romantic suspense. Subsequent installments are on the horizon. Heart Strike , by M. Hell for Leather , by Julie Ann Walker. Walker supercharges her Black Knights series about a Chicago special-ops group working undercover as bikers with this high-action, hilarious, sexy military romance about imperiled bar owner Delilah and Black Knight Mac.

Hero in the Highlands , by Suzanne Enoch. Fiona is universally respected and loved, and Gabriel needs her endorsement to gain the trust of his people, which is no easy task since the memory of the British massacre at Culloden is still strong. The latest from the ever-popular Enoch is steamy and bubbling with humor, a scrumptious tale to begin her No Ordinary Hero series.

Romance superstar Phillips creates a tartly humorous and very sexy variation on the gothic novel, in which quirky Annie Hewitt returns to Peregrin Island to search for her desperately needed inheritance, only to run into Theo Harp, who once tried to kill her. Hot Flash , by Kathy Carmichael. Hot Point , by M. How to Handle a Cowboy , by Joanne Kennedy.

How to Marry a Duke , by Vicky Dreiling. An enchanting Regency romance debut involving a rake and a matchmaker, a tricky dilemma, and witty repartee. Jilted , by Rachael Johns. Laced with Magic , by Barbara Bretton. A Lady Unrivaled , by Roseanna M. The Lady of the Storm , by Kathryne Kennedy. The Lone Texan , by Jodi Thomas. Having become a doctor, Sage returns home to Galveston only to run into Drummond, the bane of her existence and now a Texas Ranger.

Thomas concludes her Whispering Mountain historical romantic-suspense series with another fast-paced and colorful tale. The Lord of Illusion , by Kathryne Kennedy. In her superb third fantasy-steeped romantic-suspense novel in the Elven Lords series, Kennedy follows outcast Drystan as he searches for the rainbow-eyed girl of his visions and finds enslaved Camille. Love Letters from a Duke , by Elizabeth Boyle. The Marrying Season , by Candace Camp. After praying to St. Will this merely be a marriage of propriety? Wherever fearless suffragist Arabella Beckett goes, trouble follows.

Never Romance a Rake , by Liz Carlyle. Carlyle brings her Neville family trilogy to a splendid conclusion with the captivating story of a tormented rake and a delightfully unconventional heroine in this luscious and funny historical romance. The Night Is Mine , by M. Buchman sends chef and helicopter pilot Captain Emily Beale on special assignment to the White House in this hard-to-put-down tale of nonstop action, a surprise villain, and forbidden love.

Once Upon a Wine , by Beth Kendrick. Only Mine , by Susan Mallery. The Pelican Bride , by Beth White. Practice Makes Perfect , by Julie James. Animal Magnetism , by Jill Shalvis. Barely a Lady , by Eileen Dreyer. Linz creates a heroine who looks and acts like a real woman, plus-size model Leena Riley, who returns to her hometown, Rock Creek, in this affectionate and funny tale of self-image issues and love. Billionaires Prefer Blondes , by Suzanne Enoch.

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A member of the rescue operation Unholy Trinity in Virginia, Rafe is drawn to enigmatic Elena, the new horse trainer in this terrifically suspenseful tale about the secrets of horseracing and romance. Blue Moon Bay , by Lisa Wingate. The Bridegroom , by Linda Lael Miller. Brown-Eyed Girl , by Lisa Kleypas. Caged in Winter , by Brighton Walsh. Calamity Jayne Rides Again. Chances , by Pamela Nowak.

Cloudy with a Chance of Marriage , by Kieran Kramer. How can Jilly run a respectable bookshop if her neighbor, a Royal Navy captain, keeps throwing wild parties? The Counterfeit Bride , by Nancy J. Graves launches a new series with this charming, emotionally rich novel about the return to Rainbow Valley, Texas, of champion bull rider Luke Dawson and Shannon North, who left her big-city career to run a no-kill animal shelter.

Dearest Rogue , by Elizabeth Hoyt. Lady Phoebe Batten understands why her brother hired Captain James Trevillion to be her bodyguard, but his monitoring of her every move is infuriating. Hoyt writes with particular force and flair in this truly swoonworthy love story. Dogs and Goddesses , by Jennifer Crusie and others. Jennifer Crusie, Anne Stuart, and Lani Diane Rich collaborate in a splendidly original and sublimely funny tale of three friends and dog lovers who acquire unusual powers and confront a very cranky, 4,year-old Mesopotamian goddess. Down River , by Karen Harper.

Dream Eyes , by Jayne Ann Krentz. Gwen knows Evelyn was murdered because Evelyn told Gwen so herself. Now Gwen needs an expert paranormal investigator, and Judson Coppersmith fits the bill. Witty and imaginative Krentz creates a perfect fusion of suspense and romance. Evening Stars , by Susan Mallery. Everything but a Groom , by Holly Jacobs. For Better, for Worse , by Elizabeth Jeffrey.

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Embrace the Romance book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The pets are back! Embrace the Romance: Pets in Space 2. Start by marking “Too Wild to Tame (Romancing the Clarksons, #2)” as Want to Read: By day, Aaron Clarkson suits up, shakes hands, and acts the perfect gentleman. This second installment of the Romancing the Clarksons, brings us Aaron's story.

After army captain John dies in WWI, his widow, pregnant Stella, a commoner, is overwhelmed by her Machiavellian in-laws and the grandeur of their estate. For King and Country , by Kate Sedley. Forever and a Day , by Delilah Marvelle. In the first title in her new Rumor series, an incisive tale of social divides set in lower-class New York City, circa , Marvelle brings together down-to-earth Georgia and a Good Samaritan afflicted with amnesia who turns out to be a duke. Hell for Leather , by Julie Ann Walker. Walker supercharges her Black Knights series about a Chicago special-ops group working undercover as bikers with this high-action, hilarious, sexy military romance about imperiled bar owner Delilah and Black Knight Mac.

Romance superstar Phillips creates a tartly humorous and very sexy variation on the gothic novel, in which quirky Annie Hewitt returns to Peregrin Island to search for her desperately needed inheritance, only to run into Theo Harp, who once tried to kill her. Hot Flash , by Kathy Carmichael. Hot Point , by M. How to Handle a Cowboy , by Joanne Kennedy.

How to Marry a Duke , by Vicky Dreiling. An enchanting Regency romance debut involving a rake and a matchmaker, a tricky dilemma, and witty repartee.

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Jilted , by Rachael Johns. Laced with Magic , by Barbara Bretton. The Lady of the Storm , by Kathryne Kennedy. After Marisol ends up in rehab not for substance abuse but for a shopping addiction and her trust fund is put on hold, she becomes a nanny and comes to the rescue of a former NFL star who is the father of rambunctious kids. The Lone Texan , by Jodi Thomas. Having become a doctor, Sage returns home to Galveston only to run into Drummond, the bane of her existence and now a Texas Ranger.

Thomas concludes her Whispering Mountain historical romantic-suspense series with another fast-paced and colorful tale. The Lord of Illusion , by Kathryne Kennedy. In her superb third fantasy-steeped romantic-suspense novel in the Elven Lords series, Kennedy follows outcast Drystan as he searches for the rainbow-eyed girl of his visions and finds enslaved Camille. Lord Perfect , by Loretta Chase. Love Letters from a Duke , by Elizabeth Boyle. The Marrying Season , by Candace Camp.

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There was no wild imaginings just simple and logical prediction. We live in a time of possible nuclear war. There are way too many authors writing abusive relationships and passing them off as romantic, particularly in the young adult genre, though this can be seen in all types of books. A Rat book was the first book I borrowed from the 'big' ie adult library and started a life-long love of sf. Holly Jacobs says:. Campbell continues her Sons of Sin series in this lusciously sensual, scintillatingly witty Regency romance about a fraught encounter between highly desirable Camden Rothermere, Marquess of Pembridge, and Penelope Thorne, the woman who turned him down years ago.

After praying to St. Will this merely be a marriage of propriety? Wherever fearless suffragist Arabella Beckett goes, trouble follows. Never Romance a Rake , by Liz Carlyle. Carlyle brings her Neville family trilogy to a splendid conclusion with the captivating story of a tormented rake and a delightfully unconventional heroine in this luscious and funny historical romance. The Night Is Mine , by M.

Buchman sends chef and helicopter pilot Captain Emily Beale on special assignment to the White House in this hard-to-put-down tale of nonstop action, a surprise villain, and forbidden love. Once a Thief , by Suzann Ledbetter. Only Mine , by Susan Mallery. The Pelican Bride , by Beth White. Practice Makes Perfect , by Julie James. The Prayer Box , by Lisa Wingate. Rainshadow Road , by Lisa Kleypas.

Kleypas begins a new trilogy with this emotionally riveting, lightly paranormal tale about romance-leery glass artist Lucy and Sam, who is not now nor ever will be interested in a long-term relationship. River Road , by Jayne Ann Krentz. Rough and Ready , by Sandra Hill. Hill continues her fantastic saga of time-traveling Norsemen and bawdy women in this wildly inventive tale of a rampaging eleventh-century evildoer, a heroic U. Navy SEAL, and the gal who wins his heart. Say Yes to the Marquess , by Tessa Dare.

Secrets of a Scandalous Bride , by Sophia Nash. Shadow Touch , by Marjorie M. Sixteen Brides , by Stephanie Grace Whitson. This book is often thought to be the story of Jane Austen's own lost love. In it, she seems mellowed and more philosophical, touched perhaps by the sentiment of a story in which she saw herself as the heroine but in whose happy outcome she has a premonition that she would never play a part. Finding himself the man of the family, London dancing master Alec Valcourt moves his mother and sister to remote Devonshire, hoping to start over.

But he is stunned to learn the village matriarch has prohibited all dancing, for reasons buried deep in her past. Alec finds an unlikely ally in the matriarch's daughter. Though he's initially wary of Julia Midwinter's reckless flirtation, he comes to realize her bold exterior disguises a vulnerable soul - and hidden sorrows of her own. When Lina Napolitano's nanny position ends, she has no desire to return to the crowded family compound in St. Louis and endure the pressure from all her boisterous and overbearing Italian relatives to marry a local man.

After eight years of living away from her family, she's accustomed to making her own decisions. Lina wishes to be a wife - just not of the local garbage man or fishmonger. Libby Sawyer and her father return from summer vacation to find another family living in their home. Widower Michael Dobrescu brought his family all the way from Romania to stake a decades-old claim on their house, and he has no plans to leave. As a contentious legal battle drags on, Libby finds herself drawn to Michael and his mysterious past.

Through the years, Virginia Simpson had learned that Grandma Marty's wisdom was right. When God allows something to be taken from you, He replaces it with something better. The long-awaited return of Jonathan and their renewed courtship, with a wedding soon to follow, are proof of God's loving ways. But the inner strength that God has been forming in Virginia's life through trials and disappointments is far from complete. This inspiring romance by Christy Award winner Deeanne Gist sets a spirited gal and an enterprising lumberjack on a collision course in Washington Territory.

Set to lose half his timberland unless he finds a wife soon, widower Joe Denton places an order for a bride who can cook. When she arrives, the bonnie lass certainly cooks up a storm - but she knows nothing about marrying Joe. Eighteen-year-old Katherine Ramsey travels to London with her family to make her debut into society and hopefully find her future husband. Her overbearing aunt insists that she must secure a proposal from a wealthy young man who is in line to inherit his father's title and estate.

But Katherine questions her aunt's plans when she gets to know Jonathan Foster, a handsome medical student and strong Christian who is determined to protect the poor and vulnerable in London's East End. The practice of ministering to the widows and orphans is reflected in this story of Christina Willems, a young woman from Kansas, in , who is determined to reopen the poor farm she manages after a fire devastates the property. She finds opposition from many surprising corners but an unlikely ally in a lumber mill owner who wants nothing more than to hold himself aloof from the world and its troubles.

Levi Jonnson agrees to take care of one of the poor farm residents, a young blind boy - and in doing so opens himself up to Christina's world in ways he wouldn't have imagined. No sooner does Miss Pym board her next stagecoach than she finds herself embroiled in the plight of Miss Belinda Earle, a spirited heiress banished to Bath after swearing off the marriage market. When the coach founders near Baddell Castle, and the dashing Marquis of Frenton comes to the rescue, Miss Pym decides to give Fate a hand. Although the austere bachelor disdains romance, his furtive glances towards Belinda prove to Miss Pym that her expert matchmaking will soon turn this star-crossed couple into a heavenly match!

In Sarah's Quilt, our indomitable heroine Sarah Agnes Prine, the courageous pioneer woman introduced in These Is My Words, shares her homespun wisdom and her heartache as she contends with life in the Arizona territories at the turn of the last century. Sarah's Quilt opens in after years of drought have devastated the cattle ranches of Arizona. Sarah is faced with starving cattle, a dry well, and romantic advances from a scheming neighbor. Wealthy heiress Jessica McCarthy desperately wants to be married and have a family.

A rogue and a scoundrel, Zachary Belk is the only one who has proposed. Even though her father warns her that Zachary won't make a good husband, she marries him. She soon discovers that her father was right. When the stock market crashes and both families are left penniless, Zachary seeks a new fortune on a property he owns in another Manhattan, in Kansas.

They are only there a short time before he deserts her. A tragic case of arson sends Sarah into hiding to escape the terrible fate of her family.

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She works as a common laborer, and is safe for 13 years, until she receives an ominous note. Despite her disguise, the killer has caught up with her, and she is once again in danger from a man determined to silence all echoes from the past. William, an inquiry agent, is consumed with curiosity when he meets Sarah and hears about her case.

And one look into her gray eyes has him hooked. Why would an accomplished governess respond to an advertisement in the Matrimonial Times? Myra Gilbert had never considered such a thing, but something has awoken within her and she is determined to take her chance on love.

Carlton Green claimed his lands, and now has the deeds in his grasp. But something is missing in his life. Will his quest to find love fill that hole, or is there something from his past that could change everything and leave him with nothing? Fiery, strong-willed Deb Grantham, who presides over a gaming house with her aunt, is hardly the perfect wife for the young and naive Lord Mablethorpe.

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Ravenscar always gets his way, but as he and Miss Grantham lock horns, they become increasingly drawn to each other. Has Ravenscar finally met his match? At first sight, Dani Jones fell in love - not with Big John, but with his stove. It's the latest model and makes her believe her cooking alone will encourage the Boss Man to let her stay until she has enough money to travel to California and be reunited with the man she promised to marry.

Big John Thompson returns from the spring river drive to find the man he hired to cook for the lumberjacks is a slip of a girl - Danielle Jones.

To make matters worse, Miss Jones decides John needs a wife, and sets out to find him one Deep in the Arizona wilds, a shell-shocked war veteran realizes he can never return to his former life in New York, even if giving it up also means leaving the love of his life behind. Immerse yourself in nine mail order bride stories in the Sun River Brides series. Come along for the ride to meet feisty Boston city girls who know what they want, and rugged Montana men who just need to be loved.

It's , and things are changing fast in sleepy Sun River. As the town begins to expand, its inhabitants are getting restless, looking for love and adventure. Lovely Alice Lacey was a true incomparable, and her marriage to the Duke of Ferrant was the event of the season. Almost no one realized, however, that Alice was secretly in love with someone else - or that she had confided her feelings to a clever talking mynah bird who announces these intimacies at the moment of the couple's wedding.

Now the gossip mongers are relentless. Alice's marriage started out, and has remained, cold and impersonal, and her new husband is already rumored to be taken with another woman. Ellie Ballantyne, youngest child of Silas and Eden, has left finishing school.

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But back at her family home in Pittsburgh, Ellie finds that her parents are away on a long trip, and her siblings don't seem to want her to stay. When she opens a day school for young ladies, she begins tutoring the incorrigible daughter of the enemy Turlock clan. The Turlocks are slaveholders and whiskey magnates, envious of the powerful Ballantynes and suspicious of their abolitionist leanings. When inheritance money from their father does not fall their way, the sisters and their mother must move in with distant relatives.