Governess / Companion

Audio Review: Her Secondhand Groom (The Grooms, Book 3) by Rose Gordon

Audio Review: Her Secondhand Groom (The Grooms, Book 3) by Rose Gordonby Keira G

Hero: Patrick Ramsey, needs a woman. She must like children, be good with children, and able to teach children. And Viscount Drakely will get what he needs – a motherness – or a mother and a governess for his three girls (Celia, Helena and Kate), all rolled up into one female. He knows the perfect […]

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Review: How to Marry a Marquis (Agents of the Crown, Book 2) by Julia Quinn

Review: How to Marry a Marquis (Agents of the Crown, Book 2) by Julia Quinnby Keira G

Hero: James Sidwell, the Marquis of Riverdale, and agent to the crown, is good at uncovering secrets and finding bad guys. When his aunt informs him of a blackmailer, he is quick to ride to her rescue for she is like a mother to him. At her behest he arrives in disguise as the new […]

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Review: Cynders and Ashe by Elizabeth Boyle

Review: Cynders and Ashe by Elizabeth Boyleby Keira G

Heroine: Ella Cynders is a companion for a young lady in love with a gentleman, whom her family doesn’t approve. Ella agrees to switch places with her charge during a masked ball to allow the young couple to elope. That night she dances in the arms of her fairytale prince… the Viscount Ashe. It’s true […]

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Review: The Temporary Wife by Mary Balogh

Review: The Temporary Wife by Mary Baloghby Keira G

Hero: To say that the Marquess of Staunton does not have a good relationship with his father is an understatement. When summoned to return home after eight years of separation, he decides to thwart his father’s matrimonial plans by finding his own wife first. He wants to embarrass and wound and decides the lowest he […]

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Story Tropes: Rags to Riches

Story Tropes: Rags to Richesby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Katherine Givens, author of In Her Dreams One of my favorite romance tropes is the rags to riches story. I’m not talking about the traditional Cinderella story with talking mice and a pumpkin turned carriage. I’m talking about a hero who went from a street urchin dwelling in the streets of St. […]

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Review: Rumours Among the Heather by Amanda Balfour

Review: Rumours Among the Heather by Amanda Balfourby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Juliana Hastings is in a dire situation after being left destitute from her unfortunate father’s death. She is still in mourning, but has to get her life together, and wonders how she will be able to cope when her fiancé decides to jilt her. Her only hope is to become […]

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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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Audio Review: A Night Like This (Smythe-Smith Quartet #2) by Julia Quinn

Audio Review: A Night Like This (Smythe-Smith Quartet #2) by Julia Quinnby Keira G

Hero: Daniel Smythe-Smith, the Earl of Winstead, has finally returned to England after several years spent abroad, living in fear of his life. He’s gotten good at looking over his shoulder, but he must admit it’s really nice to not need to do that. When he meets his cousin’s governess, Daniel knows she hiding something […]

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