DELICIOUS Italy...The sinfully seductive Luca Di Tore is married to his work, until Lady Araminta Davenport returns to Tuscany to the man she never forgot. Minty's had a fiance, but never a wedding. Is the fire burning between them going to last forever or just for one summer?
Lost and alone after her sister stole her fiance, Cherry is at the end of her tether! That is until she looks up into the searing gaze of Vittorio Carella. This Italian is darkly irresistible and soon Cherry finds herself giving in to temptation...
Matteo di Serrone is an Italian count with eyes that no woman could ignore, especially Sarah Gratton. Matteo was a man who could mend any woman's broken heart, but Sarah's may have made a basic error...she's falling in love with her holiday fling!
A charity-working, dog-walking, child-wrangling, dust-ignoring bookworm, Jessica lives in the beautiful and historic city of York with one patient husband, one daughter, one very fluffy dog, two dog-loathing cats and a goldfish called Bob. As day dreaming is her very favourite hobby and she loves a good happy-ever-after Jessica can't believe she's lucky enough to write romance for a living. Say hi on Twitter at @yrosered or visit sprigmuslin.blogspot.com Helen Brooks began writing in 1990 as she approached her 40th birthday! She realized her two teenage ambitions (writing a novel and learning to drive) had been lost amid babies and hectic family life, so set about resurrecting them. In her spare time she enjoys sitting in her wonderfully therapeutic, rambling old garden in the sun with a glass of red wine (under the guise of resting while thinking of course). Helen lives in Northampton, England with her husband and family. Liz Fielding was born with itchy feet. She made it to Zambia before her twenty-first birthday and, gathering her own special hero and a couple of children on the way, lived in Botswana, Kenya and Bahrain. Seven of her titles have been nominated for RWA's Rita(R); and she has won the Best Traditional Romance in 2000, the British Romance Prize in 2005 and the Best Short Contemporary Romance in 2006.