In a Moonlit Garden by Cathy Maxwell. To prove his
worth to his beloved, Colonel Michael Sanson pretends to be
a tea merchant to get inside the home of a scientist
considered to have stolen a formula. However, Michael soon
finds himself enlisted to a different masquerade after
meeting the niece of his target. He begins to wonder how
fickle can one get as he finds himself falling in love with
Lady Jocelyn, but her intended is whom he is supposed to
make jealous, not push aside. This is an engaging
historical romance that stars wonderful characters.
Hunting Season by Liz Carlyle. Marquis Christian
Villiers is obsessed with ruining Roth who caused his
sister Lenora to commit suicide. He finds the perfect plan
when he meets the intended bride of the dastardly villain.
However, Christian's plans radically change when he begins
to fall in love with the kind Lady Elise Middleton. This
also is a charming historical romance that contains
Both stories are strong novellas that readers will enjoy.
Cathy Maxwell and Liz Carlyle provide strong tales with
wonderful casts that testify to the talents of the writers
to entertain sub-genre troops.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted April 20, 2002