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Great New Books from Harper Collins

I received these books for review today and I'm so excited! Check them out. Click the link below the images to read more about them.

In Silent Night, Haunted Night, Joe Bascombe is no stranger to desire, but when a sexy spirit begins haunting his dreams, he finds himself ensnared by dark passions. What he doesn't realize is that the devious demon and her two sisters, otherwise known as the Three Fates, are out to teach the woman he loves a lesson.

To Love a Wicked Lord by Edith Layton, lovely Phillipa is tired of waiting for her missing fiance. Under his foppish demeanor, Lord Montrose is the only man who can help Pippa find her fiance. On the trail of the elusive husband-to-be, a simmering attraction builds between Maxwell and Pippa with a sinful passion that will be impossible to deny.

In Jordan Dane's The Wrong Side of Dead, computer wizard Seth Harper awakens in a bloody motel room with a grisly corpse next to him. Bounty hunter Jessie Beckett, is determined to prove his innocence despite his gaps in memory. Both Jessie and Seth must confront the demons of their past before Seth becomes a sacrificial lamb to a ruthless killer.

Having been presumed dead, rugged adventurer Captain Bennett Wolfe is now much sought after by every marriage-minded young woman . . . but Bennett only has eyes for the intriguing Lady Phillipa Eddison. That's the story of The Care and Taming of a Rogue by Suzanne Enoch.

Lorraine Heath's Midnight Pleasures With a Scoundrel stars Eleanor Watkins who's after revenge but instead finds desire. With none less than sinfully attractive scoundrel, James Swindler.

The Untamed Bride by Stephanie Laurens is part of a new series, the Black Cobra Quartet. They're battle-hardened, sinfully wealthy, completely unstoppable—and all male: Four officers of the Crown, fighting against a deadly foe known only as the Black Cobra.

As the new Duke of Billingham, Simon Crathorne has one main duty to fulfill: find a proper wife and continue his family's exalted name. But of all the eligible women who have come to his country party, he desires only one. And she may be the most unsuitable bride of all. Lillian Mayhew is desperate to expose a devastating secret about Simon's distinguished late father so she can salvage her family's reputation. Yet from the moment she meets her rakishly handsome host, she begins to question if she can destroy his world so callously.That's the story in What the Duke Desires by Jenna Petersen.

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  1. Wow, lucky you! I have read, Peterson, Enoch and Dane and loved them all. Enjoy the reads!

  2. Looking forward to reading some of these, especially the historical romances!!!


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