According to Galen, "the book is NO MAN'S BRIDE, and it's the first in my new Misadventures in Matrimony series (releases at the end of August). The series is about 4 cousins and friends who, as little girls, vow never to marry. In this book, Quint, the hero, is a powerful member of Parliament. He is engaged to the heroine's younger sister, who he thinks is the perfect politician's wife. She's basically a spoiled brat. But before the wedding can happen, Catie (the heroine's father) decides his younger daughter can do better. He switches brides at the altar. That's where the fun begins. " What do you think of it?
I read the first of Enoch's series...didn't care for it much. Bought the second, which is still sitting in my TBR. I'll read it eventually. I have no clue what SOMETHING SINFUL is about, but since I'm a compulsive book buyer, I'll probably get it.
I recently read Cathy Maxwell's recent release IN BED WITH THE DUKE. All I'm going to say is that I didn't care for it much; the book was boring and I skimmed a great deal of it. I would not recommend it.
I'm going to LA on business for a few days, so I'll be away from my blog. Hopefully, the change in scenery will pump me up. I've been too zonked out to even think lately. Have a good weekend!!!