Category: Historicals


REVIEW: An Unconventional Countess by Jenni Fletcher
13th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: An Unconventional Countess by Jenni Fletcher

An Unconventional Countess by Jenni Fletcher nd Belles of Bath was a biscuit shop. The shop was started by the Fortini family and they named the biscuits after their daughter, Annabelle. The book was paced perfectly, the characters were well developed, and the plot was unique and interesting.

REVIEW: An Unconventional Countess by Jenni Fletcher
26th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: An Unconventional Countess by Jenni Fletcher

An Unconventional Countess by Jenni Fletcher is the first book in the brand-new Regency Belles of Bath series. The setting of the book is in Bath, London and Belles of Bath was a biscuit shop. The shop was started by the Fortini family and they named the biscuits after their […]

REVIEW: Contracted as His Countess by Louise Allen
11th Jan / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Contracted as His Countess by Louise Allen

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Contracted as His Countess by Louise Allen is a stand-alone historical romance written by Louise Allen. This author was new to me, but I am glad I had a chance to read one of her books. It was well written, paced perfectly, and had an interesting […]

REVIEW: Miss Amelia’s Mistletoe Marquess by Jenni Fletcher
29th Dec / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Miss Amelia’s Mistletoe Marquess by Jenni Fletcher

Miss Amelia’s Mistletoe Marquess by Jenni Fletcher is the second book in the Secrets of a Victorian Household series. The series is a collaboration of four authors writing about the Fairclough family, the widowed Lillian Fairclough, her two daughters, (Charlotte and Amelia) and her son (Silas). Lillian and her husband started […]

REVIEW: Miss Lottie’s Christmas Protector by Sophia James
28th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Miss Lottie’s Christmas Protector by Sophia James

Miss Lottie’s Christmas Protector by Sophia James is the first book of the Fairclough Foundation’s collaboration by four different authors. Lillian Fairclough is a widow and manages the Fairclough Foundation along with help from her two daughters, Charlotte and Amelia. Her son, Silas, went to America and no one has […]

REVIEW: A Healer for the Highlander by Teri Brisbin
1st Dec / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Healer for the Highlander by Teri Brisbin

A Healer for the Highlander by Teri Brisbin: Anna MacKenzie’s mother is known as the ‘Witch of Caig Falls”. So, when Anna falls pregnant by Malcolm, the son of the Cameron Chief, her mother understands Malcolm can’t wed Anna. To save her daughter from further heartache, they head north. But, after […]

REVIEW: The Governess’s Secret Baby by Janice Preston
19th Nov / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Governess’s Secret Baby by Janice Preston

Janice Preston’s The Governess’s Secret Baby is a beautiful and emotional read in which two people who have both dealt with tragedy find each other and discover a love powerful enough to heal. Grace Bertram was just seventeen and unwed when she had a baby girl, Clara, and gave her […]