on 27 February 2001
In Stephanie Lauren's "Scandalous Lord Dere" Adrian Hawsley, 6th Viscount Dere, decided to come home to Bellevere on the New Year of 1823, right on his 30th birthday. But then his carriage was caught in the blizzard and Adrian found himself "literally" on the feet of Ms. Abigail Woolley, the woman who seduced him 8 years ago.
In Victoria Alexander's "The Last Love Letter" two lovers were reunited on the New Year's Eve on 1815. Ten years earlier, Jason Norcross and Rachael Gresham promised to elope right after the New Year's Ball. But their plan was foiled, Jason left to America thinking his love was dead while Rachael stayed home, brokenhearted, and ended up marrying George Norcross "Lord of Lyndhurst", Jason's cousin. Now they met again, after George died, with the full knowing of what have happened 10 years ago but could their love could be easily rekindled?
In Rachel Gibson's "Now and Forever" Brina McConnell, a newly formed ravishing beauty,
decided to attend her High School Reunion. Then she met her used-to-be-boyfriend-until-she-dumped-him-for-the-quarterback, Thomas Mack, and found out that she wasn't the only one who got a "make-over" after 10 years they've been apart. Sparks were flying again and attraction was surely on the agenda...and the clock striked 12 right on New Year's Eve...
I'm not such a fan of historical romances and I bought this one simply because of Rachel Gibson's story. Her story "Now and Forever" was my favorite among the three but I found that the other two stories were great as well.