New York Times
bestselling author Betina Krahn’s passionate romance classic goes behind the closed doors of Tudor England’s royal court—to reveal glittering surprises . . .
Under The Queen’s Eye . . .
As Queen Elizabeth’s prized new lady-in-waiting, Corrina Huntington is beautiful, innocent, and eager to
know the world beyond her sheltered home—especially the mysteries of love. Despite the queen’s vow of protection, Corrie soon finds herself swept into the intrigues of the court, rampant with plots and pleasures—and discovers more than she ever imagined . . .
Manly and magnificent, Count Rugar Kalisson swears vengeance on the insulting, overbearing English who scorn him for his Swedish heritage. He vows to best the vain queen’s knights in contest, and her ladies in seduction—including her latest pet. Love is not part of his plan, yet he and the sheltered English rose are soon drawn together by a reckless passion—a forbidden bond that will not only inflame the wrath of a jealous Queen, but provoke a diplomatic scandal . . .
Praise for A Good Day to Marry a Duke
“The very essence of romance . . . endlessly entertaining.”
--Booklist (Starred Review)
“Readers will gallop through the lighthearted love story.”
“Full of wit, deceit, manipulation . . . thoroughly entertaining . . . this amusing romance has set the bar high for the sequels.”
Praise for the previous works of Betina Krahn
“A delectable romance most readers will find impossible to resist.”
--Booklist (starred review)
“An utterly charming treat . . . a heroine to admire and love and a meltingly desirable hero. . . . Nothing could be better about this book."
--RT Book Reviews Top Pick
“The contemporary sexual feel of the writing . . . worked seamlessly into the historical setting.”
--Smart Bitches, Trashy Books
“Rip roaring romantic escapade is a breath of fresh air in historical reading.”
“Witty, rollicking romance. . . a bright, exciting adventure.”
“Krahn has outdone herself in this funny, sexy medieval romance . . . will keep readers smiling—and
hungry—until the end.”
“Captivating . . . wickedly fun.”