'Heart of Brass'
By Kate Cross (Signet, $7.99)
The good news is that after he disappeared seven years earlier, Arden Grey's husband Lucas has finally turned up back in London. The bad news is that he doesn't remember Arden and he has been ordered by the Company to kill her. Cross delivers complex, emotionally compelling characters and an inventive, adrenaline-rich plot, and then sets the whole thing in an imaginative,
By Beatriz Williams (Putnam, $25.95)
Wall Street analyst Kate Wilson can't believe her luck when British billionaire Julian Laurence falls head over heels in love with her after one business meeting. As it turns out, though, there is more to their whirlwind courtship than Kate could have imagined, and it is somehow connected to a mysterious American woman and a British officer who meet in France during World War I. Williams' literary debut is a timeless tale of love and honor.
'In the Bag'
By Kate Klise (William Morrow, $14.99)
While en route from Chicago to Paris, Andrew Nelson meets the woman of his dreams. The only problem is that Daisy Sprinkle doesn't know who he is — and thinks he's a first-class jerk. But when Daisy's daughter Coco and Andrew's son Webb accidentally end up with each other's bags after leaving the flight, it brings the two teens together and becomes the catalyst for giving Andrew another shot at Daisy. Klise's cleverly conceived and charming book is the literary equivalent of an all-expenses-paid trip to Europe.
'Mr. Darcy Forever'
By Victoria Connelly (Sourcebooks Landmark, $14.99)
Sarah and Mia Castle once were the closest of sisters, who shared everything with each other; including, unbeknownst to them at the time, the romantic affections of the same man: Alec Burrows. Three years later, when Sarah and Mia run into each other at the