Barons and Baronets

Top 10 Reasons Why Old Relationships Are Worth Revisiting

Top 10 Reasons Why Old Relationships Are Worth Revisitingby Guest Blogger

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 ever wonder about your old boyfriends? I married my college sweetheart, so it’s been a long time since I kissed another man, but I have some sweet […]

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

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

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 great way to start off the book when the lead female character has a mind of her own and goes against convention. She also has her male […]

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Review: Too Scandalous to Wed by Alexandra Benedict

Review: Too Scandalous to Wed by Alexandra Benedictby Keira G

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 has built around Sebastian, Viscount Ravenswood, or could it? Sebastian does not want to be the hero of Henrietta’s dreams, he doesn’t want the little hoyden at […]

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Review: The Silver Squire by Marry Brendan

Review: The Silver Squire by Marry Brendanby Keira G

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 way her family’s dire straights will force her into an unwanted marriage to a creep. She packs her bag and races to an old suitor in hopes […]

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Review: It Happened One Bite by Lydia Dare

Review: It Happened One Bite by Lydia Dareby Susan S.

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 to Loch Calavie at her brother’s insistence. He’s just inherited Briarcraig Castle; the ancestral home of the battle-born witches. It’s been said to be haunted by ghosts. […]

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Review: A Precious Jewel by Mary Balogh

Review: A Precious Jewel by Mary Baloghby Keira G

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 to explain why marriage is good idea; forgets to mention “love.” Twice! Read it in a day because it was so different than any courtesan romance I […]

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Review: Beauty and the Beast by Hannah Howell

Review: Beauty and the Beast by Hannah Howellby Keira G

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 and predictable in others. This Highlander romance contains all the elements of the sub-genre including bride stealing, thwarted love, revenge plotting, and battle. Thayer Saiturn is known […]

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The Peerage of England

The Peerage of Englandby Keira G

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 to do some digging to see if I could sort the matter out. Luckily there are a lot of resources on the matter. The first thing I […]

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