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Review: The Wicked Wedding of Miss Ellie Vyne (Sydney Dovedale, Book 2) by Jayne Fresina

Hero: James Hartley is tracking down the man who stole a family heirloom right off the neck of his mistress. He knew better than to give her the…

Review: Compromising the Marquess (The Forsters, Book 1) by Wendy Soliman

Heroine: Leah Elliot and her sister are near destitution and live by the grace their graceless aunt and well-meaning but easily subdued uncle. They lost everything when their…

Review: The Rake by Mary Jo Putney

Hero: Reginald Davenport is the disinherited rake turned poor relation wastrel to his cousin the Duke, which is why Reggie is thrown for a loop when his cousin…

Review: Celtic Storms (Celtic Steel, Book 1) by Delaney Rhodes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Darina O’Malley is distraught at the knowledge that her cousin, Kyra is to be betrothed to a man she does not know – he…

Review: Too Wicked to Wed (Lords of Midnight, Book 1) by Cara Elliott

Hero: The Earl of Killingworth, Connor Linsley, is not your usual Earl of the Realm. He works for a living earning money from his gambling den and brothel…

Review: The Rogue Pirate’s Bride by Shana Galen

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…

Review: Wicked (Medieval Trilogy, Book 3) by Jill Barnett

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Sofia Howard is seen reading a book that was written by Queen Eleanor. When the book was written, Sofia didn’t want a husband and…

Review: A Clockwork Fairytale by Helen Scott Taylor

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This is book 1 in the “Sorcerers of Arco” series. We see Melba trying to escape from being captured. Master Turk appears to be…

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…

Review: The Prince of Midnight by Laura Kinsale

The Prince of Midnight was recommended to me by Anime June while guest blogging about My (Not-So-Secret) Favorite Romance Character Types because the hero was damaged and delicious….

Review: Where the Rain is Made by Keta Diablo

Hero: Ethan Gray has pledged his life to the People (Cheyenne) and when they need him he goes straightaway to the council where he’s given his orders. Ethan…

Review: Starlight and Promises by Cat Lindler

Starlight and Promises in short, is fantastic. It has a feel of the older romances with the exotic locations and seafaring travel, but is fresh and fun. I…

Review: The Devil’s Temptress by Laura Navarre

by Carla F., guest reviewer Summary: With the popularity, of romances in the Regency and Tudor time periods, books set during the Plantagenet era gets short shrift. The…

Review: These Old Shades by Georgette Heyer

These Old Shades is a mashup of several of my favorite romance plots all rolled into one story. It’s a May/December where the hero is significantly older than…

Review: Bella and the Merciless Sheikh by Sarah Morgan

I just finished reading this amazing Sheikh category romance by Sarah Morgan. Oh my goodness, this is a book to glom! There’s so much to love about the…

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