Counts, Marquis, Viscounts

Review: Unbuttoning Miss Hardwick by Deb Marlowe

Review: Unbuttoning Miss Hardwick by Deb Marloweby Keira G

Summary: Spinster Chloe Hardwick realizes she has feelings for her employer, the Marquess of Marland. To him she is just Hardwick, a sexless woman who efficiently runs his affairs and helps him organize his collection of fine weapons. When Chloe as a woman fails to gain his attention and in fact irritates him with her […]

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Review: Secrets of an Accidental Duchess (A Donovan Novel) by Jennifer Haymore

Review: Secrets of an Accidental Duchess (A Donovan Novel) by Jennifer Haymoreby Carla F.

Reviewed by Carla F. Summary: When Maxwell Buchanan, the Marquis of Hasley, first sees Olivia Donovan across the ballroom, he is struck by her beauty and cannot stop staring at her. Unfortunately, this is noticed by the Marquis of Fenwicke, a man who has always been a competitor of Max’s. Fenwicke knows who Olivia is […]

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Are you a Collector?

Are you a Collector?by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Deb Marlowe, author of Unbuttoning Miss Hardwick Lord Marland, the hero in my new release, Unbuttoning Miss Hardwick, has a nickname.  Society has dubbed him The Marauding Marquess, thanks to his conquests on the battlefields and in the bedrooms of Europe.  But Braedon is home in England now, and he is also […]

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Review: Her Husband’s Harlot (Mayhem in Mayfair, Book 1) by Grace Callaway

Review: Her Husband’s Harlot (Mayhem in Mayfair, Book 1) by Grace Callawayby Carla F.

Reviewed by Carla F. Summary: When she accidentally finds among her new husband’s things a party invitation with a lewd illustration on the back and the words, “Get Thee to The Nunnery”, Lady Helena Harteford recognizes it as the name of a brothel. She knows that Nicholas plans to go to that party. After all, […]

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More Than Meets the Eye

More Than Meets the Eyeby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Stefanie Sloane, author of The Saint Who Stole My Heart The first appearance of the phrase “you can’t judge a book by its cover” can be found in “Murder In The East Room,” a mystery published in 1946. I’m guessing that the authors, Edward Rolfe and Lester Fuller, had no idea one […]

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Review: Never Miss a Chance (Kellington Series, Book 2) by Maureen Driscoll

Review: Never Miss a Chance (Kellington Series, Book 2) by Maureen Driscollby Keira G

Heroine: Lady Elizabeth Kellington is a bluestocking interested in women’s rights. Not a good idea for a Regency England heroine even if she’s a duke’s daughter. Scandal reaches even the highest nobility of the ton. Her marriage chances dwindle rapidly as those who before it hit courted her favor now gave her snubs and others […]

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Review: The Rogue Pirate’s Bride by Shana Galen

Review: The Rogue Pirate’s Bride by Shana Galenby Susan S.

Reviewed by Susan S. Climb aboard The Shadow! And set sail upon the high seas with Shana Galen’s new novel, The Rogue Pirate’s Bride. There’s plenty of adventure (narrowly escaping death by sword, dagger, pistols, and sinking ships), romance (hot cabin sex), and entertainment (whether imprisoned or freed-they’ll hate each other, save each other, and […]

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Review: Worth Any Price by Lisa Kleypas

Review: Worth Any Price by Lisa Kleypasby Keira G

This story by Kleypas is an exciting adventure from start to finish. It all starts with a manhunt… or should I say a woman-hunt? Nick Gentry is looking for the wily Charlotte Howard. He has a small portrait of her in his pocket and his brother-in-law’s backing to get him into the Earl of Westcliff’s […]

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