I have been searching for examples of romance novels published in the past twenty years with the heroine and another woman competing for the hero's love. This was a staple of romance novels published in earlier decades, but the only romance triangles that I can identify in current fiction involve two men and a woman - as in Lisa Kleypas' Sugar Daddy or Jennifer Haymore's A Hint of Wicked.
Can anyone suggest examples of love triangles involving the hero, the heroine and another woman? I'm interested in both contemporary and historical romances. Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
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