Burrowes, Grace

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My One and Only Duke

Skillfully crafted and exquisitely written (the classical allusions are delightful), Burrowes's latest is pure gold; a brilliant launch to a promising series. Burrowes (A Rogue of Her Own) lives in rural Maryland.

A Rogue of Her Own

With flawless prose, delicious wit, and an unerring ability to bring complex characters to life, Burrowes revisits the engaging Windhams and delivers another winner; pure reading gold. Burrowes (No Other Duke Will Do) lives in rural Maryland. [See "Spring Editors' Picks," LJ 2/1/18, p. 31.]

No Other Duke Will Do

Compelling, sympathetic characters and a rare blend of passion and humor result in another exquisite gem from a master of the genre. Gorgeously done. Burrowes (Too Scot To Handle) lives in rural Maryland.

Too Scot To Handle

The Windhams have been popular with readers since Burrowes released The Heir (2010)...

The Trouble with Dukes

Gorgeously written and thoroughly delightful, this is a wonderful start to a new (but in some ways, continuing) series and a must-buy for most romance collections. Burrowes (Will's True Wish) lives in rural Maryland.

Will's True Wish

A brainy bluestocking with an aversion to dogs and an earl's second son who is passionate about them are thrown together in this intelligent, insightful, deliciously sensual escapade that is marked by an abundance of delightful canines, a villain most vile, and a memorable purple parasol. A refreshingly enjoyable read with the serious topic of bullying at its core. Burrowes (Daniel's True Love) lives in rural Maryland.

Daniel's True Desire

Beautifully wrought characters, both good and stunningly wicked, interact with a knotty plot that will keep readers enmeshed. The tidy resolution and elegant compromise nicely set the stage for the next in the series. Touching and intense. Burrowes (Matthew) lives in rural Maryland.

Tremaine's True Love

An intrepid heroine who guards her independence and a shrewd businessman with a gentle heart struggle to find compromise and reclaim their love in a tender, passionate story that features an assortment of beautifully developed characters, an eloquently realized rural community, and a wealth of spirited banter and wry humor. Burrowes (The Duke's Disaster) lives in rural Maryland.

The Duke's Disaster

Issues of trust and understanding are front and center in this exquisitely crafted, intensely memorable romance that is another winner for the exceptional Burrowes (Kiss Me Hello); she lives in rural Maryland.

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