Revisit 6 Classic Romances This Spring

by Karen Green

It may be the time of year to spring forward but right now we’re taking a look back—at six classic romances that have been rereleased for new and returning readers.

These fan favorites from best-selling authors like Nora Roberts, Beverly Jenkins and Heather Graham may have been given an updated look, but the stories remain timeless and beloved. Rediscover one of these classics today!

Taming Natasha (Stanislaskis) by Nora Roberts

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Originally published in 1990

Rediscover the debut of the popular Stanislaskis series, where we meet the fiery Natasha, a former ballerina now settled in a rural community and ready for a quiet life. But when composer Spence Kimball and his young daughter move into town, the desire and pain that Natasha thought was long behind her is reawakened—and Spence knows that he must proceed gently or risk being shut out of Natasha’s life.

Man of Fortune (The Best Men) by Rochelle Alers

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Originally published in 2009

Once bitten, twice shy—it’s a lesson that E.R. doctor Tamara Wolcott took to heart after her first marriage. But when she begins a passionate affair with witty financial whiz Duncan Gilmore, she thinks he could make her change her mind. Duncan has his own reasons to guard his heart—and their future together will depend on whether they can take a chance on love and let each other in for more than one night at a time.

 Nightwalker by Heather Graham

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Originally published in 2009

In this paranormal classic, Jessy Sparhawk is collecting her winnings from a bet when a man stumbles through the crowd, a knife protruding from his back, and crashes into her. He whispers a single word to her before dying. When private detective Dillon Wolf joins forces with Jessy to find the killer, they realize that the nightmare is only just beginning—and that the dead still have a hand left to play.

The Bride (The Anetakis Tycoons) by Maya Banks

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Originally published as The Tycoon’s Rebel Bride in 2009

Tycoon Theron Anetakis had intended to arrange a marriage for himself to further secure his future. However, Isabella Caplan had plans of her own, and they didn’t include letting the executor of her father’s estate arrange a marriage for her to another man! She had pined for Theron long enough. Now it was time to seduce her hot-blooded hotel tycoon and secure her future on her own terms.

You Sang to Me by Beverly Jenkins

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Originally published in 2010 in the Rhythms of Love anthology

Available on its own for the first time, this story features Sassy crooner Regina Carson, who is still dreaming of her big break. When Jamal Watts hears the stunning songbird, he’s ready to sign her to his label. But the love-burned producer isn’t prepared for the passion Regina unleashes in him. Suddenly they’re both hitting all the right notes. Regina isn’t ready to trust her heart—unless Jamal can show her how, together, they can make the most beautiful music of all.

The Wedding Challenge by Candace Camp

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Originally published in 2008

Lady Calandra should have suitors beating down her door. But her overprotective brother, the Duke of Rochford, has managed to scare off every suitable gentleman—except the mysterious Earl of Bromwell, that is. In defiance of her brother’s wishes, Callie, enlists the help of matchmaker Francesca Haughston. But when shadowy secrets about the duke and the earl come to light, it may be too late for Callie to see that she’s walked straight into a trap.

Which of these classic romances will you revist this spring? Let us know in the comments!

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