Friday, January 15, 2016

Five Winter Romances with Jayne Fresina of How to Rescue a Rake (#Giveaway)

Top Five Winter Romances

  1. A Kiss for Midwinter - Courtney Milan 
  2. The Present - Johanna Lindsey
  3. The Redemption of a Dissolute Earl - Julie Johnstone
  4. Season for Surrender - Theresa Romain
  5. Under the Greenwood Tree - Thomas Hardy. (Ok, not strictly a Christmas romance in the genre as written and published today, but it opens on a Christmas Eve, so I think it counts. It's a short, happy, romantic read, not the usual tragic Hardy fare. And who doesn't love a heroine named Fancy Day?)

25382909How to Rescue a Rake 
(Book Club Belles Society #3)
by Jayne Fresina
Mass Market Paperback, 384 pages
Published January 5th 2016 by Sourcebooks Casablanca
ISBN 1402287828

Reject his marriage proposal
Nathaniel Sherringham has returned to Hawcombe Prior a changed man. Gone is the reckless rake who went out on a limb to propose to Diana Makepiece three years ago. Now Nate's mysterious new wealth has the town's rumor mill spinning. To stir things up (and get Diana's attention), Nate boldly announces his plans to marry "any suitable girl" under the age of 25.

Run away
Diana, now 27 and still single, is acutely aware of Nate's return. When her mother suggests a trip to visit a cousin in Bath, Diana leaps at the chance to escape the heartbreak and regret she can't help but feel in Nate's presence...and avoid his irritating charade to find a bride.

But for Nate, Diana has always been the one. He might just have to follow her to Bath and once again lay his heart on the line to win her attention-and her heart.

Book Club Belles Society Series

About the Author:
Jayne Fresina sprouted up in England. Entertained by her father’s colorful tales of growing up in the countryside, and surrounded by opinionated sisters, she’s always had inspiration for her beleaguered heroes and unstoppable heroines. She lives in upstate New York. Learn more about the author at

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  1. Sense and Sensibility
    Pride and Prejudice
    Mansfield Park
    Northanger Abbey

    I like them all and more, and Persuasion . A great writer.

  2. I like them all. They are classics, but really to calm and sedate for this generation. I love them because I'm 60 years old. Grand kids...not so much.


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