The Lady Most Willing
By Julie Quinn, Connie Brockway and Eloisa James
When a man is determined to find a heir to his holdings nothing is going to get in the way of that happening. There may be many things you will not do but kidnapping three eligible women for his two nephews to choose from seems reasonable to Taran Ferguson. The addition of a Duke was not expected, but can be dealt with as the snow shuts them all up into an enclosed space where anything can and does happen.
Each story moves quickly and can stand alone as its own book but when you move forward to the next one you are glad it is more than one. The women are diverse, the men conflicted, the snow piled high around them, and the romance abounds in marvelous fashion. Makes you almost want to be snow bound, almost but not really.
This story is told in three parts that flow so well from one to the next you would swear it was one writer not three involved. Readers will adore these characters and at times laugh out loud at the antics that go one but in the end the romance wins you over as it should every time.