Category: Regency – Historical Romance


REVIEW: Confessions of a Royal Bridegroom by Vanessa Kelly
29th Apr / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Confessions of a Royal Bridegroom by Vanessa Kelly

Confessions of a Royal Bridegroom by Vanessa Kelly: Justine Brightmore loves her family more than the world. Never really knowing her mother and then losing her father at a young age she clung to her “Uncle” Dominic and to her Aunt Sarah. So when Uncle Dominic asks her to come […]

REVIEW: Never Entice an Earl by Lily Dalton
25th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Never Entice an Earl by Lily Dalton

Never Entice an Earl by Lily Dalton: “Never Entice an Earl” is one of those exciting books where there is always something going on, and no shortage of heroic males and resourceful female characters. It is also the second in the “One Scandalous Season” series from the author. The beginning starts […]

REVIEW: The Winter Bride by Anne Gracie
2nd Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Winter Bride by Anne Gracie

The Winter Bride by Anne Gracie: is a perfect little jewel box of a novel. Meticulously crafted, all the parts come together like clockwork and the end result is satisfying and beautiful. “The Winter Bride” is the second book of Anne Gracie’s Chance Sister Series, and is about four young women […]

REVIEW: Wicked Designs by Lauren Smith
25th Mar / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Wicked Designs by Lauren Smith

Wicked Designs (The League of Rogues #1) by Lauren Smith: is a very promising beginning to a new series. “The League of Rogues” are a group of five noblemen who are doing their best not to conform to how society expects noblemen to act; they are unruly and dutiful mamas warn […]

REVIEW: What a Hero Dares by Kasey Michaels
21st Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: What a Hero Dares by Kasey Michaels

What a Hero Dares by Kasey Michaels: Conspiracy, intrigue, betrayal and romance with a dashing hero and heroine make for a quick moving adventurous romp. The very handsome and brave Maximillien (Max) Redgrave, brother of Gideon, the Earl of Saltwood, is heading back home, after being an agent for the […]

REVIEW: Fool Me Twice by Meredith Duran
18th Mar / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Fool Me Twice by Meredith Duran

Fool Me Twice by Meredith Duran:  Olivia Holladay is a woman on a quest. Pursued by a killer, she is seeking the means to both win her freedom and to create a home of her own. To do this, she has stolen papers from her last employer and is now […]

REVIEW: Walking on Air by Catherine Anderson
16th Mar / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Walking on Air by Catherine Anderson

In Walking on Air by Catherine Anderson, gunslinger Gabe is not a man to settle in one place. He has not had an easy life and although he is rich now – his father acknowledged him after his death when he left him a fortune – he is still the […]

REVIEW: The Bride Said Maybe by Cathy Maxwell
13th Mar / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Bride Said Maybe by Cathy Maxwell

The Bride Said Maybe by Cathy Maxwell: There’s been a bit of talk on Harelquin Junkie recently about tropes, and which ones certain novels use. The Bride Says Maybe uses one not on the list, the “married to pay your father’s/uncle’s/brother’s/guardian’s debt” trope. In this case, the sacrificial victim is Lady […]

REVIEW: Loving Lord Ash by Sally MacKenzie
6th Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Loving Lord Ash by Sally MacKenzie

Loving Lord Ash by Sally MacKenzie is like a meringue cookie; it’s light, sweet, enjoyable and too quickly finished. The premise is a tad farfetched, but it does set up the rest of the book beautifully. Eight years earlier, the Marquis of Ashton (Ash), heir to the Duke of Greycliffe, married […]