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Review: Fortune’s Son by Emery Lee

Reviewed by Susan S. Summary: Hero, Philip Drake, is the proverbial black sheep of his family. And an embarrassing disappointment to his father, the Earl of Hastings. Philip…

Review: A Hellion in Her Bed by Sabrina Jeffries

A Hellion in Her Bed is book two of the Hellions of Halstead Hall series by Sabrina Jeffries. The Sharpe family consists of five children raised by their…

Review: Dreaming of You by Lisa Kleypas

Let me start off by saying Derek is one hot hero, he’s like number 11 on my top ten heroes list, just a hairsbreadth from being there. Derek…

Review: The Corinthian by Georgette Heyer

The Corinthian ranks in my top 5 favorite Georgette Heyers to date. My favorite things about this novel: The hero and heroine spend a majority of the book…

Duty and Desire by Pamela Aidan- Guest Review

By: Sasha Muradali, guest blogger Duty & Desire is an interesting addition to the trilogy of Fitzwilliam Darcy: Gentleman by Pamela Aidan. This second installment takes readers through…

Review: Three Nights with a Scoundrel by Tessa Dare

Three Nights with a Scoundrel is the final installment in the Stud Club trilogy by Tessa Dare. Of the three men making up this exclusive and revolutionary club,…

Review: Under Her Skin by Susan Mallery

I had some issues with Cruz Rodriguez, the hero of the story. First, he’s paying his nasty evil father blackmail money like a little kid with a secret…

Review: One Dance with a Duke by Tessa Dare

Prepare yourself to be dazzled. One Dance with a Duke is one of those exceptional romances that immediately found its way to my top favorites (ten of which…

Review: The Convenient Marriage by Georgette Heyer

This novel is definitely one of my overall favorites of Heyer’s so far. It’s easy to read and follow despite the language and research. I loved all the…

Review: Faro’s Daughter by Georgette Heyer

Faro’s Daughter by Geogette Heyer is an excellent read, but fairly short. The whole story gets told in 285 pages. This is one of the first novels of…

Review: Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase

Lord of Scoundrels opens in the hero’s youth. We learn very quickly that life was not pleasant to Sebastian. His mother left him with his father while she…

Review: A Rake’s Guide to Seduction by Caroline Linden

by Marcia, guest reviewer Anthony Hamilton had always been scandalous.  Even his parentage was questionable though his mother’s husband accepted him as his son.  Anthony had been thrown…

Review: Bet Me by Jennifer Crusie

The cover on this book describes Bet Me to be “wickedly witty, deliciously sexy.” More than that, Jennifer Crusie’s story is tender and full of Elvis (both varieties.)…

Review: Triumph in Arms by Jennifer Blake

This is the sixth book in the Maitres D’Armes series. The Story: Widow + Child + Parents + Brother + Father’s Gaming Debt = Sword Master + Vengeance…

Review: Some Like it Wicked by Teresa Medeiros

Some Like It Wicked by Teresa Medeiros is truly an exceptional read. She’s done it again creating characters that I love and a story line that makes me…

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