More modern Regency romance

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Vixen in Velvet by Loretta Chase is the third book in her bestselling Dressmaker Series. This light-hearted, sexy Regency romp throws together the roguish charmer Simon Blair, Marquis of Lisburne and the stunning, redheaded modiste, Leonie Noirot

Simon has returned to London to act as a “bodyguard” for his naïve cousin who has recently been hailed as the “new Lord Bryon”. Simon has been called on to protect his shy cousin from the young ladies of the “Ton”. When Simon literally runs into Leonie at poetry reading he is smitten. 

Leonie, who runs a successful dressmaking business with her two sisters, has more on her mind than romance. She tries to resist the handsome Marquess, but events keep throwing them together. As Simon and Leonie try to fight their mutual attraction lust slowly turns to love. 

Loretta Chase has a light touch with romance that makes the Vixen in Velvet a sexy page-turner sure to delight fans of the genre.

 

 

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A modern romance in Regency England

DolceianeverseaClick top title to open the item  Between the Devil and Ian Eversea, by Julie Anne Long, reads just like a modern romantic comedy.  Long has managed to combine the characters and flair of a traditional Regency romance with the pacing and sizzling chemistry that readers today love. Between the Devil and Ian Eversea is part of Long’s popular Pennyroyal Green series.

As the story opens orphaned American heiress Tatiana “Tansy” Danforth has arrived in Sussex to live with her guardian, the Duke of Falconbridge, and his pretty young wife, Genevieve. While Tansy looks like an angel she can flirt, shoot, and ride like a devil. Soon she has every man in area in a dither, except for the one she wants – the dashing war hero Ian Eversea.

Confirmed rake Ian Eversea is a master of seduction and sees right through Tansy’s mischief. He has spent years keeping out of the clutches of marriage-minded women while seducing available ladies.

Knowing Ian’s proclivities, Falconbridge has warned Ian to keep away from Tansy. But from the moment they meet Ian and Tansy are drawn to each other. They are both guarding vulnerabilities.

When Tansy takes her flirting too far they find out just how well-matched they as engage in a dangerous and sensual game.

This is book that will delight fans of modern Regency romances.

 

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