Duchess, Countess, Marchioness

Audio Review: Disciplining the Duchess by Annabel Joseph

Audio Review: Disciplining the Duchess by Annabel Josephby Keira

Hero: The Duke of Courtland is known for his subversive bedroom behavior and his uncomfortable preferences. He’s also known for his rigid control and decorum… but that just confirms these “uncomfortable habits.” He’s a dom and is into spanking – the news reaches his father-in-law and fiancée and suddenly he’s jilted while the bride runs […]

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Review: The Duchess Hunt (House of Trent, Book 1) by Jennifer Haymore

Review: The Duchess Hunt (House of Trent, Book 1) by Jennifer Haymoreby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Sarah Osborne and Simon Hawkins have known each other for a very long time. Some time has passed since they last saw each other. Upon his return, a mystery is afoot. I love a story that starts off with a mystery. I have to follow because I need to know when […]

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Review: A Duke of Her Own by Eloisa James

Review: A Duke of Her Own by Eloisa Jamesby Carla F.

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 I don’t enjoy her books. It is just that I feel some trepidation before I start reading one because Ms. James writes smart, complex stories with interwoven […]

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Review: The Desires of a Countess (The Jordans, Book 3) by Jenna Petersen

Review: The Desires of a Countess (The Jordans, Book 3) by Jenna Petersenby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Just when she thinks everything is alright and the bad times are over, Ginny Blanchard finds that someone else wants to interfere in her life and the raising of her son. Her husband, Henry had died, and she for one is glad he did – he was a cruel man who […]

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Castello and Cafaggiolo

Castello and Cafaggioloby Guest Blogger

by Gabrielle Kimm, guest blogger and author of His Last Duchess Thank you so much for inviting me onto your blog.  You ask about castles – I thought I’d tell you a bit about what I discovered when I went to Italy to research the locations for His Last Duchess. I travelled to Ferrara with […]

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10 Reasons to Marry an Earl

10 Reasons to Marry an Earlby Keira

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 it is important that you make a good match, every young lady should choose her future husband with great care. Below I have compiled a list of […]

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Review: A Hint of Wicked by Jennifer Haymore

Review: A Hint of Wicked by Jennifer Haymoreby Keira

I’ll be the first to tell you I’m not a fan of the love triangle for many reasons. The first and foremost reason is because I feel it’s just a ploy by an author to fuel the angst and drama of a mediocre story. Haymore proves me wrong. She does not do this. The love […]

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Review: Love with a Perfect Scoundrel by Sophia Nash

Review: Love with a Perfect Scoundrel by Sophia Nashby Keira

I selected this novel because of the gorgeous female cover model. She looks like a fairy princess and the pink and black and warm tones are just lovely. The big plus is this is how the heroine is described… well, I think it was an angel, but you get the point: lovely, blonde, kindhearted. Moving […]

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