Light Mystery

I grew up enjoying Nancy Drew, and I still can't resist a story with a good mystery that keeps me guessing until the end. These books tend to have a strong emphasis on romance, with the mystery element being an important part of the plot, but not the main focus. Some readers may find it easier to solve the mystery in these stories, but they still generally held my interest and kept me guessing until the reveal. Stories where mystery is the main emphasis have their own category listings.

Angelsí Share, The
Beauty Like the Night
Bless Us with Content
Blood Kiss
Bourbon Kings, The
Breath of Snow and Ashes, A
Bride for a Bit, A
Bright Eyes
Come Love a Stranger
Come What May
Confessions at Midnight
Covet
Dance with the Devil
Dark One, The
Dark Side of the Moon
Darling Beast
Deal with the Devil, A
Dearest Rogue
Devil You Know, The
Devilís Cut
Dream Chaser
Duke of Desire
Duke of Midnight
Duke of Pleasure
Father, Unknown (Harlequin SuperRomance #784)
From Alarming to Charming
Gifts of Love
Giving Chase
Great Scottish Devil, The
Heart of Gold
Heart of the Wolf
Her Highness, My Wife
Holiday Spirit
Honey and the Hired Hand
Impulse
Jake's Touch (Silhouette Intimate Moments #574)
Lady in Question, The
Leopard Prince, The
Lord of Darkness
Love Beyond Time, A
Midnight Angel
Midnight Assignment
Midnight Kiss
My False Heart
My Lord Jack
No True Gentleman
Once Upon a Maiden Lane
One Night of Sin
Only by Your Touch
Paradise
Perfect
Pleasure Unbound
Princeís Bride, The
Ravished
Rebellious Desire
Red Roses Mean Love
Return of Chase Cordell, The (Harlequin Historical #348)
Ripe for Pleasure
Sea Swept
Secret Pearl, The
Slave to Sensation
Sleepless at Midnight
Southern Exposure
Stargazer
Stranger She Married, The
Summer Breeze
Sweetest Scoundrel
That Impossible Dream
Thief of Shadows
Tonight or Never
Unleash the Night
Visions of Heat
Voyager
Wait for the Sunrise (Harlequin Historical #190)
Wanderer, The
What the Bride Didn't Know (Harlequin Kiss #38)
Wilde Thing
Wilder Wedding, The (Harlequin Historical #413)
Wizard of Seattle, The
Woman of Virtue, A
Woman Scorned, A