Category: Regency – Historical Romance


REVIEW: Happily Bedded Bliss by Tracy Anne Warren
4th Apr / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Happily Bedded Bliss by Tracy Anne Warren

    In Happily Bedded Bliss (The Rakes of Cavendish Square #2) by Tracy Anne Warren, Lady Esme Byron spends most of her days taking care of her beloved menagerie of pets, mostly strays in need of convalescence and a good home. But while out on a walk one fateful […]

REVIEW: The Study of Seduction by Sabrina Jeffries
21st Mar / 10 Comments

REVIEW: The Study of Seduction by Sabrina Jeffries

In The Study of Seduction (Sinful Suitors #2) by Sabrina Jeffries, Edwin Barlow, the Earl of Blakeborough, has always admired beautiful Lady Clarissa Lindsey for her sense of humor and witty observations. But he can’t imagine the society sweetheart ending up with a man like himself who would rather build […]

REVIEW: The Groom Wore Plaid by Gayle Callen
16th Mar / 10 Comments

REVIEW: The Groom Wore Plaid by Gayle Callen

In The Groom Wore Plaid (Highland Weddings #2) by Gayle Callen, Owen Duff, the new Earl of Aberfoyle, has entered into a betrothal with Maggie McCallum to honor a marriage contract their fathers made when they were babies. In order to keep their clans from feuding, Owen will do whatever […]

REVIEW: Because of Miss Bridgerton by Julia Quinn
14th Mar / 13 Comments

REVIEW: Because of Miss Bridgerton by Julia Quinn

In Because of Miss Bridgerton (Rokesbys #1) by Julia Quinn, Billie Bridgerton grew up next to the Rokesbys, spending hours upon hours running around free outside with Edward, Andrew and Mary. George is the one member of the family she doesn’t know well, aside from the snippy remarks they’ve thrown […]

REVIEW: The Viscount Risks It All by Erin Knightley
12th Jan / 10 Comments

REVIEW: The Viscount Risks It All by Erin Knightley

  In The Viscount Risks It All (Prelude to a Kiss #4) by Erin Knightley, Gavin Stark, Viscount Derington, has spent over a decade trying to forget his lost opportunity with his childhood best friend Felicity Danby. He waited too long to confess his love and instead she married another. […]

REVIEW: Listen to the Moon by Rose Lerner
2nd Jan / 10 Comments

REVIEW: Listen to the Moon by Rose Lerner

Listen to the Moon by Rose Lerner: This is the third novel in the Lively St. Lemeston series and the first I’ve read (so I can tell you right off the bat that I’ve definitely added books one and two to my ever expanding to-be-read pile.) In a sea of dukes, […]

REVIEW: One-Eyed Dukes Are Wild by Megan Frampton
28th Dec / 8 Comments

REVIEW: One-Eyed Dukes Are Wild by Megan Frampton

In One-Eyed Dukes Are Wild (Dukes Behaving Badly #3) by Megan Frampton, Lady Margaret Sawford has become accustomed to being an outsider in society’s eyes thanks to her outspoken ways and her scandalous job as a writer of serial drama. Even though she likes living on her own by earning […]

REVIEW: The Lady’s Command by Stephanie Laurens
26th Dec / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Lady’s Command by Stephanie Laurens

In The Lady’s Command (The Adventurers Quartet #1) by Stephanie Laurens, A lovematch might not be the norm for entering into marriages in society’s eyes, but Captain Declan Frobisher fell right away for Lady Edwina Delbraith and never looked back. As he’s begun to understand the workings of her beautiful mind, […]

REVIEW: First Time with a Highlander by Gwyn Cready
13th Dec / 10 Comments

REVIEW: First Time with a Highlander by Gwyn Cready

In First Time with a Highlander (Sirens of the Scottish Borderlands #2) by Gwyn Cready, Serafina Fallon shouldn’t have trusted her now ex-fiance Edward Turnbull with her late father’s merchant business. She now has to plot a way to get the precious cargo and ship back after he took what […]

REVIEW: All I Want for Christmas is a Duke
12th Dec / 10 Comments

REVIEW: All I Want for Christmas is a Duke

All I Want for Christmas is a Duke was a collection of four lovely short stories all wrapped around a Holiday theme. Written by such well known authors as Valerie Bowman, Tiffany Clare, Vivienne Lorret, and Ashlyn Macnamara, each of the novellas had their own distinct flair and engaging characters […]

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