“The Duke’s Perfect Wife” by Jennifer Ashley (historical, Berkley, April 2012, $7.99, 320pp)
Series: Mackenzie brothers
“How to Ravish a Rake” by Vicky Dreiling (historical, Grand Central, April 2012, $7.99, 400pp)
Amy Hardwick has one last Season to shake off her wallflower image and make a love match. If she can’t, she’ll set aside her dreams of romance and return home to a suitor who can provide security—if little else. What she doesn’t count on is the inappropriate—and irresistible—attention lavished on her in a darkened library by rake extraordinaire Will “The Devil” Darcett . . .
When Will is caught in a tryst with the ton’s shyest miss, he knows he must offer for her hand. Yet Amy is not the shrinking violet she seems to be. Passion lies beneath her prim exterior and Will is eager to release it. But winning Amy isn’t simply a matter of seduction; first, Will must convince her that he’s mended his wicked ways . . .
“The Seduction of Lady X” by Julia London (historical, Pocket, March 2012, $7.99, 400pp)
Series: Secrets of Hadley Green
“Bound by Desire” by Jaymie Holland (erotic, St. Martin’s Griffin, March 2012, $14.99, 208pp)
Series: Taken by Passion/Wonderland (note: Wonderland series written as Cheyenne McCray)
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“Confessions from an Arranged Marriage” by Miranda Neville (historical, Avon, April 2012, $7.99, 384)
Series: The Burgundy Club
“Protector” by Catherine Mann (romantic suspense, Berkley, March 2012, $7.99, 306pp)
Series: Dark Ops
“Merrick’s Destiny” by Moira Rogers (paranormal, OmniLit/All Romance Ebooks, February 2012, $2.99, 20,000 words)
“Heiress Without a Cause” by Sara Ramsey (historical, SpencerHill Associates, February 2012, $3.99, 340pp)
Series: Muses of Mayfair
“Still Hot for You” by Diane Escalera (contemporary, Lyrical Press, March 2012, $3.99, 23,000 words)
Dylan may be macho and stubborn, but he really does miss his wife. A little of Shay's pushing gets him past their estrangement and into her web of seduction. She seems to have an erotic week mapped out to perfection, and who is he to complain? Their marriage is meant to be, so they'll fight with each other, and they'll fight for each other.
“Taking a Shot” by Jaci Burton (erotic, Berkley, March 2012, $15.00, 336pp)
Series: Play by Play