In Praise of Younger Men Author:Jaclyn Reding, Cathy Maxwell, Jo Beverley, Lauren Royal Four authors with plenty of talent tackle a fascinating concept: older women, younger men. For hundreds of years, society has seemed to want women to marry men their senior, but love does not always follow the rules. These ladies show us that breaking this rule is just the right thing to do. — ***"A MAN WHO CAN DANCE" by Cathy Maxwell — Cathy Maxw... more »ell gives us a Scottish Regency romance about a young man who needs to learn to dance to capture the hand of the town's belle. However, once he starts taking lessons from a governess, he also begins to change his mind about who he wants to wed in the delightful and utterly charming "A MAN WHO CAN DANCE."
***"FOREVERMORE" by Lauren Royal
This is Lauren Royal's Restoration romance about a couple who meet at a wedding and then part when he must return home. Yet, neither will forget that fateful meeting -- but doesn't love always find a way to bloom?
***"WRITTEN IN THE STARS" by Jaclyn Reding
Paranormal fans will savor Jaclyn Reding's "WRITTEN IN THE STARS." A woman's gifted aunt reveals that she must marry before her next birthday or be unhappy forever. But when a younger man offers to save her by becoming the groom, she refuses, not wanting to ruin his chance for happiness. Can he convince her that she is his happiness?
***"THE DEMON's MISTRESS" by Jo Beverley
Destitute and about to end his life, a soldier is saved by a wealthy widow who hires him to pretend to be her fiance. The relationship is further complicated when they fall in love. She fears that she is robbing the cradle until she learns that emotional age and maturity are what count in Jo Beverley's poignant
"THE DEMON's MISTRESS."
You'll be looking for a young man after reading this unforgettable anthology!« less