In Lydia Drake’s ‘Cinderella and the Duke’ a Little Female Ingenuity Goes a Long Way [REVIEW]

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The right shoes can help a girl accomplish any task. (Photo courtesy Canva)

She’s a lovely spinster determined to escape her stepmother’s evil clutches. He’s a confirmed bachelor with a bad—but not altogether unwarranted—reputation. One night at a ball may be all either of them needs to alter the course of their lives forever. But will they be lured into one another’s arms, or continue life as the solitary creatures they’ve always been? Find out in Lydia Drake’s enchanting new romance, Cinderella and the Duke.

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One Couple Turns Lemons into Lemonade in Miranda Liasson’s ‘The Sweetheart Fix’ [REVIEW]

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Opposites attract in Miranda Liasson’s The Sweetheart Fix. (Photo by TranStudios Photography & Video on Pexels.com)

In the small town of Blossom Glen, Indiana, life has given two disparate people plenty of problems. In his case, he is finding it difficult to unify a community since the town folk don’t particularly seem to like him. And when it comes to her, she may lose her dream job if she can’t get the locals to forget her past. Will the two of them be able to join forces and turn lemons into lemonade? Or are they both destined for failure? Find out in Miranda Liasson’s The Sweetheart Fix.

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Opposites Attract in Jennifer Haymore’s ‘The Duke’s Rules of Engagement’ [REVIEW]

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She’s Regency London’s hottest matchmaker. He’s the ton‘s most difficult duke. When he challenges her to find him a wife, she’s determined to scour high society in search of his ideal bride. The only trouble is, he believes love is a fool’s errand and simply wants someone who will make a good duchess. Will she be able to change his ideas about marriage or will this be one client she won’t be able to please? Find out in Jennifer Haymore’s The Duke’s Rules of Engagement.

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Love Blooms in Unexpected Places in Tina Gabrielle’s ‘How Not to Marry a Duke’ [COVER REVEAL]

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Love blooms in the most unexpected places. (Photo courtesy Canva)

If you love Regency romance and have already binge watched both seasons of Bridgerton on Netflix, you may be wondering where you’ll get your next fix. Those who enjoyed season one (based on Julia Quinn’s The Duke and I) know the fake-relationship trope well and are aware of just how fun it can be. Now author Tina Gabrielle puts her own spin on this classic convention in her forthcoming novel, How Not to Marry a Duke.

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Danger Permeates Linda Hurtado Bond’s ‘All the Broken Girls’ [REVIEW]

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There’s a killer loose in Tampa. (Photo courtesy Canva)

She’s a journalist whose career is on the ropes. He’s a homicide detective with a prep school education and little tolerance for unsubstantiated ideas. Can they learn to work together to stop a killer dead in his tracks, or will her past come back to haunt them both and put her out of a job once and for all? Find out in Linda Hurtado Bond’s All the Broken Girls.

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