Guhrke, Laura Lee

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Heiress Gone Wild

The latest in Guhrke’s “Dear Lady Truelove” series has heat but struggles to show the depth of Jonathan and Marjorie’s connection. Still, series fans will tune in, thanks to the endearing characters whose stories continue here.

Governess Gone Rogue

Witty, sensual, and just plain fun, Guhrke's latest foray into the late Victorian world of "Lady Truelove" cleverly refreshes the classic cross-dressing heroine trope; highlights the cruel disparity between opportunities for men and women; and gives a deserving pair their happy ending. A thoroughly engrossing read. Guhrke (The Trouble with True Love) lives in the Northwest.

The Trouble with True Love

Engaging prose, witty barbs, and sigh-worthy sensuality make this humorous Victorian charmer an excellent addition to Guhrke's series and a most diverting read. Guhrke (The Truth About Love and Dukes) lives in the Northwest.

The Truth About Love and Dukes

This engaging Victorian romance is sure to enchant. Guhrke (No Mistress of Mine) lives in the Pacific Northwest.

How To Lose a Duke in Ten Days

The heroine's traumatic backstory informs but doesn't eclipse the charms of this well-developed romance. (LJ 4/15/14)

How To Lose a Duke in Ten Days

A spirited yet emotionally fragile heroine and a resourceful hero find love in this flawlessly written, lushly sensual tale that balances sexual abuse issues with flashes of humor and treats readers to a beautifully depicted and tender courtship. (Of course, it always helps when the villain gets his comeuppance!) A thoroughly satisfying Victorian historical. Guhrke (When the Marquess Met His Match) lives in the Northwest.

When the Marquess Met His Match

A formidable society matchmaker with an axe to grind against fortune-hunting suitors meets her own match when one of her noble clients decides she is the woman for him. This delightful, well-written story filled with characters who develop nicely is sure to be a treat for the many fans who have been waiting for Idaho-based Guhrke's (Trouble at the Wedding) next work.

Scandal of the Year

Witty banter, lively humor, and electric sexual tension provide an exquisite counterpoint to the more serious issues of spousal abuse and the lack of women's rights in this poignant, passionate, spicy story that pairs a marriage-averse heroine with a caring, determined hero and stretches out the disquiet until the very end. Readers will sigh with delicious relief when the final page is turned in the latest stunning addition to Guhrke's "Abandoned at the Altar" series. RITA Award winner Guhrke (Wedding of the Season) lives in Idaho.

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