Why Earls Fall in Love

By Manda Collins
(St. Martin's Press, Mass Market Paperbound, 9781250023841, 320pp.)

Publication Date: January 28, 2014

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"Society often makes strange bedfellows--and even more surprising betrothals..."


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IS IT A REASON FOR ROMANCE?
In "Why Earls Fall in Love "by Manda Collins, young widowed Georgina Mowbray is settling into her role as Lady Russell's companion quite well--until the lady's nephew Dominic, the Earl of Coniston, arrives in Bath for a visit. Georgie's always found him shallow and too smooth, and trusts him as much as she trusts most men which is to say, not at all. But Con turns out to be more intriguing than she remembers--and completely irresistible...


OR A PROMISE OF PASSION?
Pretty, practical Georgie is nothing like the women Con usually woos--especially since she seems blind to his charms. But his elderly aunt is so fond of her that Con is determined at least to be sociable with the occasional flirtation thrown in just for fun. But things take a serious turn when a dangerous figure from Georgie's unhappy past appears and threatens to bring her harm. Con will do whatever it takes to keep Georgie safe. And if he can show her that "all" men are not menaces, he might be able to keep her in his arms and never let go "Absolutely delightful an emotion-packed, passionate historical romance.""--Romance Junkies," five stars (on "How to Romance a Rake")




About the Author
Manda Collins grew up on a combination of Nancy Drew books and Jane Austen novels, and her own brand of Regency romantic suspense is the result. An academic librarian by day, she investigates the mysteries of undergraduate research at her alma mater, and holds advanced degrees in English Lit and Librarianship. Her debut novel, "How to Dance with a Duke "spent five weeks on the Nielsen Bookscan Romance Top 100 list, was nominated for an RT Reviewer's Choice Award for best debut historical romance, and finaled in the Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence contest. Both "How to Entice an Earl" and "Why Dukes Say I Do" were selected for inclusion in Eloisa James's Reading Romance column. Her latest book, "Why Earls Fall in Love", a February 2014 release, was called "sparkling romance" by Publishers Weekly and is set in Bath, England, one of her favorite cities in the world.
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