Category: Regency – Historical Romance


REVIEW: Love on the Sound by Ciara Knight
4th Apr / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Love on the Sound by Ciara Knight

Love on the Sound is the fifth book in the McKinnie Mail Order series by Ciara Knight. This was a new author for me, and I wasn’t certain about the book. Once I started reading it, I found myself having to finish it and not wanting to put it down.

REVIEW: A Duke Too Far by Jane Ashford
3rd Apr / 1 Comment

REVIEW: A Duke Too Far by Jane Ashford

A Duke Too Far by Jane Ashford is the fourth and final book in The Way to a Lord’s Heart. The series is based on four men the Earl of Macklin thought he might be able to help; they had all recently experienced a death in the family. Delia, Peter’s […]

REVIEW: The Virtuoso by Grace Burrowes
22nd Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Virtuoso by Grace Burrowes

The Virtuoso is the third book in the Windham series by Grace Burrowes. It was originally released in 2011, but it is one of those series that can be read and enjoyed repeatedly (which I have done). The book can be read as a standalone, but they are so much […]

REVIEW: A Delicate Deception by Cat Sebastian
14th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: A Delicate Deception by Cat Sebastian

A Delicate Deception by Cat Sebastian is the third book in the Regency Imposters series. Amelia Allenby is the illegitimate daughter of a marquess and moved to Crossbrook Cottage to get away from people. After spending years in London pretending to be happy, she decided that she was done feeling […]

REVIEW: His Secret Mistress by Cathy Maxwell
10th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: His Secret Mistress by Cathy Maxwell

His Secret Mistress by Cathy Maxwell is the first book in the new series A Logical Man’s Guide to a Dangerous Women. I haven’t read any recent books by this author, so it was nice to start with a new series. The bachelors of Maidenshop many years ago had started a […]

REVIEW: Saved by Her Enemy Warrior  by Greta Gilbert
6th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Saved by Her Enemy Warrior by Greta Gilbert

Saved by Her Enemy Warrior by Greta Gilbert was the first book I read from this author. I don’t usually read books based on Egyptian history, but I was impressed by all the history and beautiful visual descriptions the author used.

REVIEW: In Bed with the Earl by Christi Caldwell
2nd Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: In Bed with the Earl by Christi Caldwell

In Bed with the Earl by Christi Caldwell is the first book in the Lost Lords of London series. This author has always been one of my favorites and this book reinforces why. It was a great start to the series, and I can’t wait to see what the author has […]

REVIEW: The Bachelor by Sabrina Jeffries
28th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Bachelor by Sabrina Jeffries

The Bachelor by Sabrina Jeffries was the second book in the Duke Dynasty series. The first book was so amazing, I wondered how the author could possibly outshine the first book, but she did it! The book was face paced and so hard to put down once I started it. It […]

REVIEW: Wild, Wild Rake by Janna MacGregor
25th Feb / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Wild, Wild Rake by Janna MacGregor

Wild, Wild Rake by Janna MacGregor is the sixth book in The Cavensham Heiresses series. I haven’t read all the books in this series, so I wasn’t aware of any history between the main characters, but I don’t feel like it was necessary. The author gives enough background of their history, […]

REVIEW: Engaged to the Earl by Lisa Berne
20th Feb / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Engaged to the Earl by Lisa Berne

Engaged to the Earl by Lisa Berne is the fourth book in The Penhallow Dynasty but can be read as a stand-alone. The prologue starts with Gwendolyn Penhallow reminiscing about when she first saw Julian, the Earl of Westenbury, at Almacks and instantly fell in love and became engaged. Then the […]