Category: Regency – Historical Romance


REVIEW: Someone to Wed by Mary Balogh
9th Nov / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Someone to Wed by Mary Balogh

In Someone to Wed (Westcott #3) by Mary Balogh, While the scandal that turned Alexander Westcott into the new Earl of Riverdale may have subsided a bit, his work to fix the estate he inherited has only begun. He is a man who takes very seriously the protection and care […]

REVIEW: The Duke by Katharine Ashe
2nd Oct / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Duke by Katharine Ashe

In The Duke (Devil’s Duke #3) by Katharine Ashe, Adventure was never far from Lady Amarantha Vale’s mind while growing up in England. But she never dreamed that she’d one day set sail to part of the Colonies, the island of Jamaica, betrothed to a reverend and ready to help […]

REVIEW: The Pirate and I by Katharine Ashe
2nd Aug / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Pirate and I by Katharine Ashe

In The Pirate and I (Devil’s Duke #2.5) by Katharine Ashe, Miss Esme Astell journeyed from her family’s farm to London by herself in the hopes that she could one day become a famous perfume maker. With her uncanny ability to pick out scents and pair them up in a […]

REVIEW: Bliss by Lynsay Sands
26th Jul / 10 Comments

REVIEW: Bliss by Lynsay Sands

In Bliss by Lynsay Sands, For the past five years, Lady Helen Tiernay has been hearing of the atrocities Lord Hethe of Holden, aka The Hammer of Holden, has allowed to befall his people. And where his land borders her own, she’s been taking in those lost souls in need […]

REVIEW: The Most Dangerous Duke in London by Madeline Hunter
24th Jun / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Most Dangerous Duke in London by Madeline Hunter

Madeline Hunter’s The Most Dangerous Duke in London has it all—a fiery heroine, an alluring duke, a revenge plot, and a mystery—and it is an exceptional historical romance. Adam Penrose, the Duke of Stratton, has just returned to England after five years in France, where he earned a reputation for […]

REVIEW: Blame It on the Duke by Lenora Bell
11th Jun / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Blame It on the Duke by Lenora Bell

In Blame It on the Duke (The Disgraceful Dukes #3) by Lenora Bell, Nights of excess and self-indulgence have been Nicolas, Lord Hatherly’s, norm for so long that he can’t recall any other way of existing. But he gets a rude awakening when his father, the mad Duke of Barrington, […]

REVIEW: Six Impossible Things by Elizabeth Boyle
12th May / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Six Impossible Things by Elizabeth Boyle

In Six Impossible Things (Rhymes With Love #6) by Elizabeth Boyle, Lord Rimswell, aka Brody, was not prepared to take over the family role as baron when his brother was killed in the war. Nor was he ready to give up working for the Home Office as a spy. So […]