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  • Historical Romance Novella Anthology

    The Novellas: A Collection by Suzanna Medeiros A sometimes steamy anthology of historical novellas including: I. DEAR STRANGER: Sophie, wanting to make sure she will be compatible should she accept the proposal of Henry so asks for a kiss only to find out that the man she has kissed is the older brother – Richard – and sparks were ignited. How Sophie ends up with the brother that will make her happiest is told in this story. II. DANCING WITH THE DUKE: Alexander has been asked to dance with his sister’s best friend Charlotte and is not looking forward to doing so…until he sees her. How he reacts and how she eventually snares the man of her dreams is fun to read. III. LADY HATHAWAY’S INDECENT PROPOSAL: Miranda did what her parents, not her heart, wanted and twelve years later finds herself a widow without progeny. She still wants to experience what she missed with the man that is now the Earl of Sanderson so she propositions him. He decides, “why not?” and the affair is on until…well…read the story to find out. IV. FORBIDDEN IN FEBRUARY: Part of “A Year Without a Duke” and one of my favorite collections of stories – this tells of Robert who is leery of love and the dangers it harbors based on the experience of his mother – well – things change after his mother dies and he meets Isabel…loved it! Thank you to NetGalley and the author – this is my honest review. 4 Stars

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    The Novellas: A Collection by Suzanna Medeiros is a box set of book totaling 4 Novella books with around 300 pages long. Please also note that each was previously released individually but now can also be found in this box set. Book 1: Dear Stranger:, During a masked ball Sophie Crandle has decided to ask the man who she thinks is about to ask her to marry him to kiss her. Sophie wanted to insure that they had a spark and a kiss would surly tell her. But she did have a spark with the man she kissed but to her shock she kissed the wrong man....she kiss Richard Hearst, the Earl of Dearbourne who is her suitors brother. Book 2: Dancing With The Duke:, Clarington is a Duke and plans to avoid all the marriage minded miss and mothers but his mother asked him to help bring out his sister best friends, Charlotte. Clarington never thought any more about Charlotte than her being his sister best friend but that changed once he saw her again after all this time. Book 3: Lady Hathaway's Indecent Proposal:, Miranda married and older richer man at her parents wishes but now he has pasted on and Miranda wants to see what she missed with Andrew. Miranda asked Andrew to help her conceive a child. This to Andrew just confirms at first he thoughts on who Miranda had become....but can he stop his feelings still that he once had for her. Miranda really just wants to be with Andrew but can her plan work. Book 4: Forbidden In February:, Isabel wants to gain Independence from a cousin who wants to marry her off to an old man. When Robert arrives Isabel thinks he can ruin her and that will set her free from this marriage. PLEASE NOTE: for this book was in another series collection by different authors called: A Year Without a Duke. "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."

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