Chase, Loretta

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Ten Things I Hate about the Duke

Chase gives Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew a splendid late Regency turn in this witty and gratifying follow-up to A Duke in Shining Armor.

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A Duke in Shining Armor

Another riveting read from the unparalleled Chase (Dukes Prefer Blondes); she lives in Worcester, MA. [Previewed in Joyce Sparrow's "Love Is All Around," LJ 10/15/17; see also "Editors' Fall Picks," LJ 9/1/17, p. 34.]
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Dukes Prefer Blondes

This exceptional romance features a heroine who only wants the freedom to be herself and a strong, insightful hero who encourages her. With flawless research, exquisite sensuality, and brilliant repartee that extends to the bedroom, this is another unforgettable winner from the impeccable Chase. Chase (Vixen in Velvet) lives in Worcester, MA.
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Royally Ever After

Linked by weddings, royals, and a whimsical touch, these two short stories, previously published in anthologies, make a delightful duet and are rare offerings from a writer who generally focuses on longer formats...
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Vixen in Velvet

Sparkling dialog, insightful character development, exquisite designs, and a clever, well-spun plot result in a glorious laughter-infused tale that sees the last Noirot sister satisfactorily wed but hints of other matches to come. Another flawless story for the peerless Worcester, MA-based Chase (Scandal Wears Satin).
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Scandal Wears Satin

A clever, unstoppable beauty engineers a deliciously wicked deception in order to avert scandal, keep the family's secrets, and save her and her sisters' dressmaking business—as well as exact a bit of revenge—in a neatly plotted, witty Regency romp that brims with memorable characters and is as funny as it is heartwarming...
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Silk Is for Seduction

Carefully wrought personnae, beautifully handled sensuality, and lusciously seductive descriptions of the gowns—and everything else
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Last Night's Scandal

The fifth of Chase's Carsington books (the first three—Lord Perfect, Mr. Impossible, and Miss Wonderful
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