Matches Made in Heaven (Romance & Recipes)
by Mimi Riser
“Wedding Bell BOOs” (Victorian romance): Forced to accept a job as governess in the home of Ian Armstrong, the impeccably proper Miranda Scott is determined to resist her devilish employer, while Ian is just as determined to make Miranda his wife. Neither expects to be bushwhacked by a snarky ghost who seems determined to kill them both… Miranda and Ian are in for a very surprising night.
“Hooray for the Red, White & BOO!” (the sequel to “Wedding Bell BOOs”): When Ian is clubbed and Miranda is kidnapped, Ian’s reckless sister Iris rides to the rescue, never dreaming she might fall (literally) into the arms of love.
“Marrying Mona” (contemporary romance): Bad-boy Danny D’Leon is handsome and rich. And not the marrying kind. He thinks. Good-girl Mona Carmichael agrees. She thinks he’s a louse, and not without reason. They both made a big mistake getting involved even briefly. But since they did, and that fateful fling left Mona in, shall we say, a compromised position, it’s time for Danny to grow up and make the marriage commitment, despite Mona’s resistance, his own doubts, and some dubious help from a clairvoyant grandmother… No, this is not going to be easy.
“Seducing Sophia” (the sequel to “Marrying Mona”): Byron Sharpe doesn’t care about love; all he wants is MONEY. Sophia D’Leon is already rich; what she wants is ROMANCE. When the two are brought together by Sophia’s flamboyant and clairvoyant grandmother, they both get a lusty surprise and a lot more than they’re looking for. Let the games begin!
“If Wishes Were Kisses” (historical fantasy): Start with an ugly heroine (she thinks). Add a handsome rogue of a hero (who disagrees), a wishing spell that probably won’t work (unless it already has), a secret that needs to be told (but not too soon)… And all the characters are named after plants (for whatever that’s worth). Sprinkle with magic, toss in a kiss or three, and let love happen (just watch out for the elf hole)…
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