Korbel Classic Humorous Series
Three Complete Contemporary Romance Novels in One: Romantic Comedy
Contemporary Romance, Contemporary Romance: Anthology
May 28, 2017
Available in: e-Book
Meet Nick—an ice cream peddling undercover-cop, Pete—a war correspondent trying to fulfill his Aunt’s last wishes, Crown Prince Eric who’s in a bind, and the feisty gals who grab their attention and capture their hearts. Three complete Contemporary Romance Novels in one Boxed Set.
THE ICE CREAM MAN
(originally published November 1989 w/a Kathleen Korbel in Silhouette Intimate Moments #309 in mass market paperback)
Divorcee Jenny Lake suspects the new ice cream man, Nick Barnett, is selling more than bompops off his truck. Nick suspects Jenny is more than the frazzled mom she portrays, as all evidence makes her suspect number one in his check-kiting case. Nick also knows a cop should never fall in love with his suspect.
ISN’T IT ROMANTIC
(originally published April 1992 w/a Kathleen Korbel in Silhouette Desire #703 in mass market paperback)
Childhood friends, Pete Cooper and Brooke Ferguson spent their evenings watching TV with Pete’s Aunt Mamie. Now Pete is a famous cable news anchor who earned his stripes in war zones, and Brooke watches Pete on the same old TV in the same small town. Then Aunt Mamie passes away, and Pete and Brooke must set out on a road trip to fulfill Mamie’s last wishes.
A PRINCE OF A GUY
(originally published November 1987 w/a Kathleen Korbel in Silhouette Desire #389 in mass market paperback)
When New Yorker Casey Phillips visits the tiny country of Moritania to see where her ancestors came from, she’s mistaken for a princess, and Crown Prince Eric von Lieberhaven insists that Casey—a dead ringer for the missing royal—step into the princess’s shoes until she can be freed.
Publisher’s Note: Dive in and enjoy these classic romances from Eileen Dreyer. Amusing, sweet and oh-so romantic in the best way, these timeless tales will leave you feeling good all-over. Fans of humorous contemporary romance by authors such as Sally Thorne, Lauren Blakely, Addison Cole as well as Molly Harper, Sarah Maclean and Emma Chase will not want to miss this enduring and sweet romantic series.
KORBEL CLASSICS: HUMOROUS SERIES, in order
The Ice Cream Man
Isn't It Romantic?
A Prince of a Guy
Princess and the Pea
A Fine Madness
ALSO by Eileen Dreyer:
If Looks Could Kill
Award-winning, New York Times bestselling author Eileen Dreyer is actually evil twins. Known as Kathleen Korbel to her Silhouette readers, she has published thirty-seven novels and novellas and 11 short stories in not only the various genres of romance (including historical, suspense, fantasy and contemporary) but suspense---most particularly medical forensic suspense, where she kills off the people who annoyed her when she worked as a trauma nurse She came to publishing from that world of trauma nursing, which taught her some very important lessons, the most important being "don't sweat the small stuff," or, as her family puts it, "come see me when you get hit by a bus." In addition to trauma, she is trained in death investigation and Tactical Medicine (technically she is eligible to be a medic on a SWAT team). Eileen won her first publishing award in 1987, being named the best new Contemporary Romance Author by Romantic Times. Since then she has garnered not only a prestigious Anthony Award nomination for mystery, but five Rita Awards from the Romance Writers of America, which afforded her a place as only the fourth member in the RWA Hall of Fame. Eileen is a voracious reader---of everything---who started writing at ten, when she ran out of Nancy Drews. She writes in two genres, because she believes in the message of both: hope and justice. (well, and because she hasn't finished that big fantasy yet) You can figure out which is which. A frequent speaker at writer's conferences and universities all across the country (and more recently, Italy), Eileen is a member not only of Romance Writers of America, but Novelists, Inc, Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, and, just in case things go wrong, Emergency Nurses Association. She has also assumed the mantle of unofficial mascot for the International Association of Forensic Nurses, a new forensic subspecialty that, amazingly enough, has begun to show up in her work. A lifelong resident of St. Louis, Missouri, Eileen has been married for forty-four years to husband Rick, and has two children and might have grandchildren. She also has animals but refuses to expose them to the glare of the limelight. An addicted traveler, she has sung in some of the best Irish pubs in the world, and enjoys the kind of hands-on book research that lets her salve an insatiable curiosity. She counts film producers, police detectives and Olympic athletes as some of her sources and friends.