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Caz gave this a pleased B+. She said: The Study of Seduction is a thoroughly engaging read. The air between Edwin and Clarissa crackles whenever they’re on the page together and the chemistry between them makes for some nicely sensual love scenes. It’s not absolutely necessary to have read the previous book or series in order to enjoy this, although reading If the Viscount Falls and The Art of Sinning might be necessary after you’ve fallen in love with Edwin and want to meet him again.

It’s on sale for 1.99 here.

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This got a B+ as well. Our reviewer wrote: The Reluctant Countess rings with James’ ear for warmth and romantic connections. Yasmin is the only person alive who can charm Giles into smiling; Giles is protective of Yasmin and her reputation. Their chemistry is electric. 

It’s on sale for 1.99 here.

We gave this a B. It’s a fascinating look at the woman behind the success of Mercedes Benz. Our reviewer wrote: … if you’re fascinated with automotive history, curious about it’s pioneering women or are just looking for a solid story of a tough-minded woman, you’ll likely enjoy The Woman at the Wheel.

It’s on sale for 1.99 here.

Amazon readers give this one 4.3/5 stars. Here’s the blurb:

Verity Hartley always tells the truth. Well, mostly. However, when her snooty neighbor returns to their small hamlet to brag about having a grand Season, a plethora of ballgowns, and so many suitors that she cannot possibly decide which one to marry, Verity tells a lie. She claims to be betrothed. To a duke. Who happens to be her family’s sworn enemy. But what are the odds that he would ever learn of this one, little, harmless falsehood?

Magnus Warring, the Duke of Longhurst, is on the precipice of marrying an heiress to save his estate from financial ruin. At least, he was. Until he hears an unbelievable rumor that he is already betrothed. To the daughter of a liar, cheat, and swindler! Needing to protect his reputation, he hunts down the culprit. And when he finds the untamed beguiler, she has the audacity to ask him to lie for her. To pretend to be her fiancé!

One week, that’s all Verity needs. Then Magnus can return to his life. But nothing is ever that simple. Sometimes it doesn’t take that long to fall in love, even with the enemy.

It’s on sale for 1.99 here.

Here’s a blast from the past. We gave this Jo Beverley a B+. Our reviewer wrote: Some of Beverley’s other early works didn’t grab me; I’m not sure why this one did, but I’m not arguing. This seems like an accurate, well-researched glimpse of Regency society. Spending time reading about these two intelligent, strong people was such a treat, I’m dreading starting a new book. It can’t possibly make me smile, laugh, or root for its characters the way I did for Beth and Lucien.

It’s on sale for 0.99 here.

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