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Review: The Mark of the Midnight Manzanilla (Pink Carnation, Book 11) by Lauren Willig

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Make sure to read the Prologue because it prepares the reader for the first chapter. Sally Fitzhugh is at an evening soirée and she…

An Earthly Elysium

Guest blog by Grace Elliot, author of The Ringmaster’s Daughter Have you heard of a pleasure garden? Pleasure gardens were all the rage in Georgian and Victorian England,…

Review: The Ringmaster’s Daughter (The Foxhall Series, Book 1) by Grace Elliott

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Tobias Wolfson meets Henrietta Hart in a very interesting way. Hetty and I both have something in common – we take care of our…

Review: A Baron in Her Bed (Spies of Mayfair, Book 1) by Maggi Andersen

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story takes place in the year 1816. In reading Maggi’s book, she made the best choice when she created Horatia Cavendish. It’s a…

Review: Sweet Madness (Veiled Seduction, Book 3) by Heather Snow

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds The year is 1817 and then it jumps to 1820. Gabriel Devereaux is watching Lady Penelope Bridgeman dance with her husband. He seems to…

Review: Treacherous Temptations by Victoria Vane

Review by Lynn Reynolds The prologue starts on December 31, 1720. It has a shocking beginning and then it jumps over a year ahead. The setting is Venice…

Audio Review: Seven Nights in a Rogue’s Bed (Sons of Sin, Book 1) by Anna Campbell

Hero: Jonas Merrick is the illegitimate son of the late Viscount Hillbrook. In his youth, his cousin, William Merrick, the new Lord Hillbrook, slashed his face deep leaving…

Review: Curse of the Gypsy (Lady Anne Mystery, Book 3) by Donna Lea Simpson

Heroine: When Lady Anne Addison visits the gypsy camp on her father’s lands, she swears she spies Tony in the woods. Unacceptable! She meant it when she said…

Review: Revenge of the Barbary Ghost by Donna Lea Simpson

This story continues immediately after the events of Lady Anne and the Howl in the Dark. Lady Anne Addison: Our plucky heroine isn’t sure she wants to wed…

Review: A Duke of Her Own by Eloisa James

Reviewed by Carla F. If asked to list my 10 favorite romance authors, I doubt that I would put Eloisa James on the list. That doesn’t mean that…

Review: Fortune’s Son by Emery Lee

Reviewed by Susan S. Summary: Hero, Philip Drake, is the proverbial black sheep of his family. And an embarrassing disappointment to his father, the Earl of Hastings. Philip…

10 Reasons to Marry an Earl

This list of reasons is for the young miss of the Georgian, Regency, or Victorian era. Entering into matrimony is not a decision to be made lightly. While…

Review: The Harlot by Saska Walker

by Carla F., guest reviewer Summary: Jessie Taskill is a prostitute who is known as “The Harlot of Dundee.” She has gotten this name because she enjoys her…

Review: The Prince of Midnight by Laura Kinsale

The Prince of Midnight was recommended to me by Anime June while guest blogging about My (Not-So-Secret) Favorite Romance Character Types because the hero was damaged and delicious….

Movie Review: Lost in Austen starring Jemima Rooper and Elliot Cowan

This three hour BBC miniseries is just precious. It’s lighthearted, humorous, and perfect. Pride and Prejudice is revisited and reintroduced. Lost in Austen pays homage to Jane Austen’s…

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