Category: Regency – Historical Romance


REVIEW: In His Father’s Footsteps by Danielle Steel
10th Sep / 4 Comments

REVIEW: In His Father’s Footsteps by Danielle Steel

In In His Father’s Footsteps by Danielle Steel, Years of slave labor and brutality at the Buchenwald concentration camp in Germany finally came to an end in 1945 for Jakob and Emmanuelle. They somehow began a friendship rife with danger and beat the odds to not only survive the torture […]

REVIEW: The Governess Game by Tessa Dare
5th Sep / 8 Comments

REVIEW: The Governess Game by Tessa Dare

In The Governess Game (Girl Meets Duke #2) by Tessa Dare, Through a series of unfortunate mishaps, former timekeeper to the wealthy, Alexandra Mountbatten, finds herself with no option but to become a governess. And not to a respectable family, either. No, she will be forced to live in the […]

REVIEW: The Illegitimate Duke by Sophie Barnes
31st Aug / 8 Comments

REVIEW: The Illegitimate Duke by Sophie Barnes

In The Illegitimate Duke (Diamonds in the Rough #3) by Sophie Barnes, Juliette Matthews is still getting used to being invited to the most grand social events in London, having grown up nearly destitute in St. Giles. But once her brother Rafe inherited a dukedom, everything changed. Juliette’s background isn’t […]

REVIEW: When a Duke Loves a Woman by Lorraine Heath
23rd Aug / 10 Comments

REVIEW: When a Duke Loves a Woman by Lorraine Heath

In When a Duke Loves a Woman (Sins for All Seasons #2) by Lorraine Heath, Most people would have a chip on their shoulder after starting out in life being left on a doorstep as an infant to a woman with little money and even fewer prospects. But Gillie Trewlove […]

REVIEW: Sleepless in Scotland by May McGoldrick
9th Aug / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Sleepless in Scotland by May McGoldrick

Sleepless in Scotland (The Pennington Family #3) by May McGoldrick: Yes, she should never have agreed to meet her informant in the Vaults beneath South Bridge, one of the seediest and most dangerous areas in Edinburgh, but she needs the documents the clerk promised her to help her expose corrupt officials. […]

REVIEW: The Unlikely Master Genius by Carla Kelly
5th Aug / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Unlikely Master Genius by Carla Kelly

In The Unlikely Master Genius (St. Brendan #1) by Carla Kelly, Able Six has come a long way since his troublesome days in a workhouse in Scotland with all the other orphans. Once he realized what his astounding intelligence could mean for him, he ran off and joined the ships […]

REVIEW: The Risk of Rogues by Sabrina Jeffries
28th Jul / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Risk of Rogues by Sabrina Jeffries

  In The Risk of Rogues (The Sinful Suitors #5.5) by Sabrina Jeffries, If she’s being honest with herself, Captain Lord Hartley Corry has never strayed far from Lady Anne’s mind in all the years since he left without a word, breaking their engagement. She’s always wondered what ran him […]

REVIEW: Claiming the Highlander’s Heart by Lily Maxton
26th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Claiming the Highlander’s Heart by Lily Maxton

In Claiming the Highlander’s Heart (The Townsends #4) by Lily Maxton, when Georgina Townsend discovers her family home has been robbed and that the thieves have stolen her late mother’s music box, Georgina is determined to get it back. Luckily, she’s never been much of a lady and her reckless […]

REVIEW: A Rogue for Emily by Catherine Hemmerling
17th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Rogue for Emily by Catherine Hemmerling

In A Rogue for Emily (Lady Lancaster Garden Society #5) by Catherine Hemmerling, Emily Moss and Alexander Bredon have always been at odds ever since they met when they were younger. However, when Lady Lancaster brings the pair together for a mission, Emily has no choice but to accept that […]

REVIEW: Bed of Flowers by Erin Satie
9th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Bed of Flowers by Erin Satie

Bed of Flowers by Erin Satie is an evocative and sensual historical romance, the first in the Sweetness and Light series. It’s the story of two people who through accident and misfortune end up together, discovering that sometimes things that go wrong can turn out right in the end. When […]

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