Virginia Heath’s NEVER FALL FOR YOUR FIANCEE, a Regency romantic comedy in which an earl who is determined never to marry invents a fake fiancée to avoid meddlesome maternal matchmaking, but when he receives word that his mother is coming to visit, he hires a struggling artist to masquerade as the perfect fiancée, which leads to hijinks, banter, and maybe even love, to Jennie Conway at St. Martin’s, in a very nice deal, in a pre-empt, in a three-book deal.

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