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The Most Eligible Lord in London

With a love triangle, a protective Great Dane, and meddling mothers, this new Regency series launch brings on the drama but is filled with tenderness. Readers who recognize characters from Quinn’s earlier “Marriage Game” series (Enticing Miss Eugenie Villaret) will be especially rewarded.

Desiring Lady Caro

With a very spicy romance, a likable set of characters, and a thrilling sense of danger lurking around the corner, the intriguing plot makes the pages turn swiftly, though occasionally the flow seems to miss a beat from one thought to the next. Though the sexual tension is at the heart of the story, there is still enough going on to endear us to Huntley and Caro. The sudden secondary tale of Lady Horatia's own love affair is jarring and acts as unnecessary filler—though either passionate journey is one in which any lady would love to partake. Though part of a series (e.g., The Temptation of Lady Serena), Desiring Lady Caro is easily read on its own. A perfectly sensual romance to prepare readers for their own hero.

The Temptation of Lady Serena

This third book in Quinn's series (after The Seduction of Lady Phoebe and The Secret Life of Miss Anna Marsh) is an excellent choice for readers who like a little something extra from their historical romances. The mystery surrounding the children will hold the reader's attention, while the sex scenes keep the book best recommended for readers 18 and up. The next series title, Desiring Lady Caro, is due in April 2014.

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