Happy holidays, everyone! Now that the gift opening is done, the relatives have all been visited, and we’re all eaten more than we probably should, it’s time to relax — with a Crimson Romance novel! Here’s what we have for you this week:
In the romantic suspense For the Love of Jazz by Elke Feuer, the restoration of an old house becomes something architect Josie Fagan never anticipated, as she soon discovers the family of the home’s (very attractive) owner may have been responsible for the disappearance of her aunt fifty years ago.
The paranormal Rhapsody by Sharon Clare, author of Love of Her Lives, brings us to an immortal world where heroine Isabelle must win her freedom by seducing her opponent Jonathan (a man she had previously labeled off limits) in a board game of seduction.
After breaking up with the love of her life, Isabelle, the heroine of Secrets of the Heart by Patti Shenberger, dedicated her life to her career in medicine. Ten years later, her long lost love, the man she knew as Nick Carter, reappears in her life — only this time he’s Prince Nicholas Corsairs, heir to the throne of Wellfleet Isle.
In Shield from the Heart, the second installment of Mary K. Norris‘s Guild of Truth series, heroine-with-superpowers Sydney Spencer rescues Merrick Haskell from his imprisonment in an evil mastermind’s basement. Once Sydney and Merrick find their way to safety, they realize they are quite possibly Mirror Mates — destined for one another. But there’s one tiny problem: Syndey already has a boyfriend.
And finally this week we have The Marrying Kind by Judith Anne McCarthy, which follows Jane O’Hara, a university professor turned horse farm employee, as she starts to develop feelings for Mark Hannon, her new boss’s handsome — and womanizing — son.