Category: Regency – Historical Romance


REVIEW: Seven Minutes in Heaven by Eloisa James
27th Jan / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Seven Minutes in Heaven by Eloisa James

  In Seven Minutes in Heaven (Desperate Duchesses by the Numbers #3) by Eloisa James, In the course of a few weeks, Edward Reeve has learned that he has two half-siblings, Otis and Lizzie, has given up his position at the university, and has had to hire a governess. Although […]

REVIEW: Rules for a Rogue by Christy Carlyle
1st Jan / 12 Comments

REVIEW: Rules for a Rogue by Christy Carlyle

In Rules for a Rogue (Romancing the Rules #1) by Christy Carlyle, Growing up in Briar Heath, Christopher “Kit” Ruthven was surrounded by his father’s rules for etiquette, rules that were made into a bestselling series of books through his father’s publishing company. Even though it meant leaving behind his […]

REVIEW: One for the Rogue by Charis Michaels
21st Dec / 10 Comments

REVIEW: One for the Rogue by Charis Michaels

In One for the Rogue (The Bachelor Lords of London #3) by Charis Michaels, Beauregard Courtland has spent his days first in the Royal Navy and then traveling the world at his leisure. But now with the truth of his and his brother Bryson’s lineage coming out, awarding him the […]

REVIEW: Wild Wicked Scot by Julia London
19th Dec / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Wild Wicked Scot by Julia London

Wild Wicked Scot: Julia London successfully writes both Historical and Contemporary Romances, and I love her books in both settings. She returns to the early eighteenth century and to the Scottish Highlands in Wild Wicked Scot and has created another winner and must have addition to your bookshelf. Margot Armstrong’s father […]

REVIEW: Lady Claire Is All That by Maya Rodale
15th Dec / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Lady Claire Is All That by Maya Rodale

  In Lady Claire Is All That (Keeping Up with the Cavendishes #3)by Maya Rodale, Mathematics is where American Claire Cavendish shines, not on the dance floors of society balls. But if she ever hopes to see her two younger sisters, Amelia and Bridget, married off, she’ll have to learn […]

REVIEW: Away in Montana by Jane Porter
12th Dec / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Away in Montana by Jane Porter

Away in Montana by Jane Porter is set in 1889. After socialite McKenna Frasier is disgraced and disowned by her family, she accepts a job as a school teacher in the small Montana town of Paradise Valley. People in town have heard of her fall from grace, as her father […]

REVIEW: The Scottish Duke by Karen Ranney
2nd Dec / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Scottish Duke by Karen Ranney

In The Scottish Duke (Duke Trilogy #1) by Karen Ranney, Working in Blackhall Castle in Scotland as a maid, Lorna Gordon has made peace with her lot in life. For the most part. Although she can’t help but dream of the Duke of Kinross, Alex Russell, whose family lives in and […]

REVIEW: The Viscount and the Vixen by Lorraine Heath
28th Nov / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Viscount and the Vixen by Lorraine Heath

In The Viscount and the Vixen (The Hellions of Havisham #3)by Lorraine Heath, Viscount Locksley grew up watching his father, the Marquess of Marsden, basically go mad after losing the love of his life. So to hear that he intends to wed again seems unlikely. But when Locke meets his […]

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