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Audio Review: Once More, My Darling Rogue (Scandalous Gentlemen of St. James, Book 2) by Lorraine Heath

Hero: Drake Darling isn’t his real name, but it’s the one he uses. Drake’s father was an awful abusive man who murdered his mother. Drake watched him hang….

Audio Review: The Tattooed Duke (The Writing Girls, Book 3) by Maya Rodale

Hero: Sebastian Digby, the Duke of Wycliff, is in need of a wealthy bride. His newly inherited dukedom is full of responsibilities and short on cash. All he…

Review: An Offer From a Gentleman (Bridgertons, Book 3) by Julia Quinn

Heroine: Sophie Beckett might be the daughter of an earl, but she’s not legitimate. She’s lived as an unpaid maid to her stepmother and stepsisters since her father…

Review: Take Me Home for Christmas (Whiskey Creek, Book 5) by Brenda Novak

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Sophie DeBussi seems to have a sorry existence with no means of escape. Ted Dixon knows Sophie personally from high school and what he…

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

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….

Review: Promises, Promises by Erica James

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Main Characters: Maggie Storm, wife to car mechanic Dave for 17 years. Maggie is a housekeeper to Ethan Edwards. Ethan owns his own business…

Review: Gallant Waif by Anne Gracie

Story: Lady Cahill is Jack Carstairs’ grandmother and is determined to see her moping scarred and wounded grandson back on his feet and back in the market for…

Review: Lady Sophia’s Lover by Lisa Kleypas

Have you ever picked up a novel and about halfway through feel like there’s something you should know about it because it seems familiar? I thought I was…

Review: The Outlaw Bride by Kelly Boyce

by Carla F., guest reviewer Summary: When Katherine Slade tried to escape from her outlaw husband, all of the people on the stagecoach she was traveling on were…

Review: The Mistress of Nothing by Kate Pullinger

by Zarabeth, guest reviewer This is a wonderfully woven book written from our heroine’s perspective. The story follows Sally’s adventures around the Mediterranean and the Nile as Lady’s…

Review: The Heir by Grace Burrowes

Who has the most power over the household: the housekeeper or the earl? Curious minds want to know! Is it the Earl of Westhaven, Gayle Windham? Gayle is…

Review: Bad Heir Day by Wendy Holden

I wanted to like Bad Heir Day, the plot sounded cute, but I wasn’t able to delve deep into the story and immerse myself for a couple of…

Review: The Sheikh’s Innocent Bride by Lynne Graham

Prince Shahir bin Harith al-Assad spies Kirsten Ross outside his limo on the way to his holding Strathcraig Castle. He’s drawn to her immediately and considers pursuing her…

Review: The Measure of a Lady by Deeanne Gist

I really wanted to like this novel. In fact, I would have if it hadn’t been for the ending. It did not give me what I wanted. The…

Review: If Love be Blind by Emma Goldrick

Philomena Peabody made a promise to her mother. She took care of her three younger sisters and when the last one got married, her youth had slipped away….

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