Category: Barons and Baronets

Review: In Bed with a Rogue (Rival Rogues, Book 2) by Samantha Grace

Hero: Baron Sebastian Thorne is the subject of ton gossip ever since he was jilted at the altar. It doesn’t help that his sister was also jilted. The…

Top 10 Reasons Why Old Relationships Are Worth Revisiting

Guest blog by Marilyn Kelly, author of All the Boys I Ever Kissed: A Choose Your Own Ending Novel being released on Amazon on April 22. Do you…

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: Too Scandalous to Wed by Alexandra Benedict

Alexandra Benedict’s novel Too Scandalous to Wed flirts with disaster and happily ever after at every turn. A strong wind could not tumble the stack of fantasies Henrietta…

Review: The Silver Squire by Marry Brendan

Marry a horrible abusive philandering man or risk absolute ruin by running away? Tough choice… not! Spinster Emma Worthington has waited this long for romance and there’s no…

Review: It Happened One Bite by Lydia Dare

by Susan S., guest reviewer Wickedly sensual! You’ll wish you had your own vampyre to make your heart race. Summary: Heroine, Blaire Garia Lindsay, has agreed to travel…

Review: A Precious Jewel by Mary Balogh

I got this novel from the library when MagdalenB recommended it for a hero who bumbles his first declaration of love/marriage proposal: Balogh’s A Precious Jewel. Gerald tries…

Review: Beauty and the Beast by Hannah Howell

Beauty and the Beast by Hannah Howell is not a spectacular read. It is however a pretty solid read. I found several segments to be unnecessary and jumpy…

The Peerage of England

When reading romance novels about English gentry and nobility I always wonder about the rankings. I know diddlysquat about this subject, mostly because I am American. I decided…

Review: His Christmas Pleasure by Cathy Maxwell

I have a feeling His Christmas Pleasure will be a story that sticks with me and become an annual reread and a fond favorite. It was wonderfully executed…

Book Review: It’s in His Kiss by Julia Quinn

I’ve recently started and stopped a few novels. I just couldn’t get into them past a few chapters and it wasn’t because the story itself wasn’t good it…

Book Review: Never Romance a Rake by Liz Carlyle

By: Marcia, guest reviewer Most Regency Romances portray life in this period as opulent and sensual.  And it was, but it was also very hard. Wealthy children were…

Review: Enchanting the Beast by Kathryne Kennedy

This was an impulse buy. The cover was pretty (I only saw the front b/c this was an online purchase) and I was fairly certain the inside would…

Review: Minx by Julia Quinn

Minx by Julia Quinn is the third book in the Blydon Series, following Splendid and Dancing at Midnight. William Dunford inherits a barony out in Cornwall. He also…

Review: Working Man, Society Bride by Mary Nichols

I have to say I’m way impressed by Harlequin’s historical line. The covers on these romances are awesome and singularly stunning. Especially this one [WMSB]. I love how…

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