Books by Marguerite Kaye

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Strangers at the Altar

I’m a sucker for a good marriage-of-convenience story, and this one is very good indeed: In fact, Strangers at the Altar is one of the best historicals I’ve read this year. The book features a pair of very likeable protagonists who come across as two ordinary people trying to deal with events wh ...

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The Governess and the Sheikh

All right, riddle me this: What do you get when you cross vivid imagery, wry humor and self-awareness, a non-Regency historical setting, and a brisk pace, with a dumbo hero, even dumber heroine, wall-banging anachronisms, and enough clichés to write Hackneyed Writing for Dummies? Answer: A royal pa ...