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    Innocence and Impropriety by Diane Gaston
    Diane Gaston gives an update at Risky Regencies...

    I love that title. I keep meaning to pick up her other three HH.

    update be here
    Next up for Diane Gaston is a novella in a Christmas anthology from Harlequin Historical, due out in October 2006. Although the anthology is as yet untitled, my novella is called A Twelfth Night Tale:
    One impulsive Twelfth Night of passion blights the lives of Zachary Weston, the new Earl of Bolting, and governess Elizabeth Arrington, until this Christmas season finds her stranded at his estate with her charge, a young unwed girl about to give birth. Together Zak and Elizabeth witness the miracle of new life, and with it a rebirth of their love. Just as happiness is within their reach, the pain of the past comes back to haunt them. Will this new Twelfth Night unite them forever or doom them to life apart?

    In 2007 (date to be arranged) Innocence and Impropriety by Diane Gaston will be released by Mills & Boon. This book tells the story of Rose from A Reputable Rake:
    When Jameson Flynn, secretary to the Marquess of Tannerton, hears Rose O’Keefe sing in Vauxhall Gardens, he is powerfully aroused, both sensually and emotionally, but the marquess wants Rose for himself and charges Flynn with making the arrangements. Rose desires love not a business arrangement, and the man she loves is Flynn. Into this triangle comes Lord Greythorne (from the Harlequin Daily Read, The Diamond), and Greythorne wants Rose for more sadistic pleasures.
    1. I read Wagering Widow and liked it quite a bit.

      And I've also read The Marriage Bargain and Impossible, um, forgot the title, gah, by Diane Perkins.

      I liked all of them.

      Which reminds me, I really should write up some of the books I've recently read. It keeps getting away from me.

      By Blogger Suisan, at 7/12/2006 09:30:00 AM  

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