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An Heiress To Remember

Rival store owners, second-chance romance, and a focus on feminism are wrapped up in a thoroughly fun package that’s part Mr. Selfridge mixed with a dash of Gilded Age You’ve Got Mail, producing a winning addition (after Duchess by Design) to Rodale’s popular series.

It's Hard Out Here for a Duke

A lighthearted romp enhanced by witty quotes from The Rules for Dukes; a perfect addition to the series. Rodale (Lady Claire Is All That) lives in New York City.

Lady Claire Is All That

Rodale (Lady Bridget's Diary; Chasing Lady Amelia) has created a delightful heroine in the brainy yet passionate Lady Claire, who seems to have found her soulmate in a man who makes her feel safe while freely acknowledging that he is not the sharpest knife in the drawer. Opposites can and do attract. Highly recommended for all collections.

Chasing Lady Amelia

Rodale's tongue-in-cheek homages to Pride and Prejudice and Bridget Jones's Diary add to the fun in this enjoyable romance about two people who are meant for each other and have a great time getting to their happy ending.

Lady Bridget's Diary

An impeccably correct earl and an irrepressible and imperfect American fall for each other against all odds; an excellent start to a promising series. Rodale (What a Wallflower Wants) lives in New York City.

Wallflower Gone Wild

This second book in Rodale's "Wallflower" series (after The Wicked Wallflower) brings together again the graduates of Lady Penelope's Finishing School for Young Ladies of Fine Families in an enchanting story of miscalculations that ultimately lead to love. For all romance collections.

The Bad Boy Billionaire's Wicked Arrangement

This is truly an introduction to Jane and Duke, whose story will continue in another print volume, but Rodale uses the short form well in setting up their romance.

The Wicked Wallflower

The self-described plain Jane considers herself immune to the devastating Ashbrooke Effect. The hero never would have noticed this wallflower; now, he can't stop thinking about her. The latest from Rodale (Seducing Mr. Knightly) is a funny, heartfelt, and lovingly crafted romance that readers will savor. Highly recommended.

Three Schemes and a Scandal

In this charming novella, Rodale (The Tattooed Duke) creates in Charlotte a character whose meddlesome ways can frustrate, entertain, and test one's patience all at once. Fans of Rodale's "Writing Girls" series will rejoice to see Charlotte as the lead in her own story. [Xpress Reviews, 10/12/12.]

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