Here’s a taste of the fabulous romances we’ve got for you this week!
Dear reader, you know you’ll want to find out whether Daisy (of Daisy Miller: The Wild and Wanton Edition by Gabrielle Vigot and Henry James) just simply loves to flirt with all of the impeccably dressed gentlemen of Rome, or whether she is partial to well-mannered but increasingly annoyed Winterbourne. Will Winterbourne’s heart give up on her in the end, or will his feelings mature enough for him to claim her for himself once and for all?
In Shay Lacy‘s latest suspense, Counterpoint, the last thing defense attorney Bryce Gannon wants to do is get another criminal acquitted. And it does look like it might be the last thing he does. Somebody has already tried to kill him. Now the Feds tell him there’s a traitor in Steele’s organization who may be gunning for him and that Steele has sent him a beautiful spy to make sure Bryce complies.
Heart Trouble, a new contemporary by Tommie Conrad, introduces us to Marissa Sloan, a young woman who has no relationship with her father; she doesn’t even remember the man. But her dreams and plans haven’t worked out, and she finds herself working at a feed store to make ends meet. When Marissa meets Brandt, sparks fly and they are forced to grow up in a hurry.
In the historical Viking Fire by Andrea R. Cooper, author of The Garnet Dagger, Kaireen, daughter of Laird Liannon, is suddenly forced into an arranged marriage with her sworn enemy, a Viking. She refuses to submit. With no mention of love, only land and the protection of her clan, she endeavors to get her betrothed banished from her country. Will love find its way around her stubborn heart?