Tag Archives: Kate Hewitt

At Least I’ve Been Reading!

I’ll just skip the throat-clearing excuses for not blogging and get to it. I read quite a lot in June, and really liked most of it, too; I seem to be over my slump–and of course in summer, when I’m reading … Continue reading

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Tweaking the Formula: The Man Who Could Never Love, by Kate Hewitt

Vittorio Ralfino, the Count of Cazlevara, needs an heir.  His mother has long schemed to get his title and estate for Vittorio’s younger brother, and Vittorio is determined never to let that happen.  To get an heir, he needs a wife, … Continue reading

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