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It feels like spring has finally sprung! It seems that some years, the weather can’t make up its mind–warm sunshine or cold and snowy–and this has been one of those years. It always feels good to feel that warmth and see the beauty and newness all around. Romance books are what you can count on to bring that comfort, no matter what the weather is doing outside.
I have two clean and wholesome romances to share with you today! One is a modern-day Beauty and the Beast retelling and the other is a Regency romance. Both are sure to be sweet and clean romance books and I hope you get to enjoy reading them while simultaneously enjoying the warm, sunny rays.
He sees a beast, but she finds the beauty within.
Sebastian Bryant lost his wife to a horrible house fire, but his unborn child was saved. With burns on half his body, including his face, he keeps himself locked away in his home. Angry at the world, he is unable to keep a nanny for his four-year-old daughter for too long before they quit.
Isabel Jordan has broken up with her self-centered boyfriend and moves back home with her father. When she finds his eccentric ways have taken over and he needs her help, she immediately begins her job search. When she sees an online ad for a nanny position, she thinks it could be a perfect fit.
Sebastian would do anything to get rid of his new nanny, but doing so would make him lose the only thing he has left – the CEO position in the family company.
Isabel can hardly stand the self-loathing billionaire, but if she quits, her father will lose his home.
Forced to spend each day together, Isabel finds the beauty hidden beneath his scars. If only she could make him see what she sees.
Fate keeps bringing them together
Eleanor Daventry has come into money, but she cannot access her inheritance without a husband. Steadfast and independent, however, she would rather become a schoolmistress than take a husband she does not love. Meanwhile, Stratford Tunstall has discovered that his estate’s unentailed land has been willed to Miss Daventry and is out of his reach unless they are wedded. Although cynical regarding love, the man recognizes a practical solution when he sees one. He and Miss Daventry must marry, and Stratford wastes no time in pressing his suit. His hasty and terribly executed proposal leaves Eleanor insulted and disgusted. Certain that they could never come to love each other and seeking to escape his presence, she flees to London for the Season. But fate keeps bringing the two together, and when combined forces threaten Eleanor’s reputation, Stratford must decide whether she is worth fighting for. And Eleanor must be convinced his coming to her rescue is a deed inspired by love.