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Review: Devil in Disguise by Kimberly Nee

Devil in Disguise by Kimberly Nee
Series: Montgomery Series (#2)

Page Count: 310 
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Release Date: June 16, 2011
Source: ebook provided by the publisher

Broken-hearted, Andie Sinclair escapes to England and a new life, leaving her ex-fiancé in Philadelphia. Crossing paths with the notorious rake Gerald Montgomery was never part of her plans. When another man asks for her hand she must choose between the man she wants and the one who professes his love.
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Review: Ripe For Pleasure by Isobel Carr

Ripe For Pleasure by Isobel Carr
Series: The League Of Second Sons (#1)
Release Date: May 1st, 2011
Publisher: Forever Romance
Page Count: 336
Source: NetGalley for review

Second in line, first in love.

A secret society of younger sons, sworn to aid and abet each other, no matter the scandal or cost…. Their fathers and brothers may rule the world, but they run it . . . and when it comes to passion, they refuse to accept second best.

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Review: Mr. Shipley’s Governess by Joanne Troppello

Review by Jenni.

Sebastian Shipley is a businessman, widower and an over-protective father of a young girl whose health prevents her from attending school. Seeking to find a tutor for Anastasia, Sebastian places an ad, praying that the right person will come into their lives.

Sophie Baird is still mourning the recent loss of her parents but answers a newspaper ad for a live-in tutor, hoping for a change of scenery and the time to heal.

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Meet the Reviewers: Jenni

Hey there, I’m Jenni. I’m a California girl currently living in Virginia Beach where I spend much of my time writing and reading. I’m a romantic at heart, so I love to read romantic fiction. Historical, contemporary, inspirational, suspense… I enjoy it all but Regency and Victorian settings are my favorite. I also enjoy some general fiction, literary fiction and mysteries. I accept e-books (I love my Kindle) and hard copies for review. You can find my Romancing the Book reviews by clicking the button below, or feel free to visit my personal blog of historical romance book reviews as well.