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Review: An Affair Downstairs by (Thornbrook Park, Book 2) by Sherri Browning

Hero: Logan Winthrop is an estate manager with a past. He was once gentry but was linked with the murder of his lover’s husband. To keep his brother’s…

Audio Review: Sylvester by Georgette Heyer

Heroine: Phoebe Marlow has a good head on her shoulders and sees the ton’s foibles for what they are. She’s also an aspiring writer who just finished penning…

Review: Ravishing the Heiress (Fitzhugh Trilogy, Book 2) by Sherry Thomas

Hero: Fitzhugh is an impoverished Earl, who recently inherited his earldom. If he doesn’t wed for money he and his family will be doomed to live in poverty…

Review: The Sherbrooke Bride (Bride Series, Book 1) by Catherine Coulter

Hero: Douglas Sherbrooke, Earl of Northcliffe, needs an heir and a bride. He secures the beautiful Melissande’s hand in marriage. Before they can wed he’s called away to…

Review: Secrets of Seduction (Legendary Lovers, Book 3) by Nicole Jordan

Hero: The Earl of Hawkhurst loved and lost his first wife and child in a fire that also left him scarred. He buried his grief by working for…

Review: Sonora Sundown (Americana, Book 3) by Janet Dailey

Hero: Jim Corbett is a famous movie star. His specialty is Westerns and he plays a fine cowboy on and off the silver screen. While filming he retreats…

Review: Screwing the System by Josephine Myles

Review by Lynn Reynolds Cosmo Rawlins has an interview with Alasdair Grant. During the interview he lets Alasdair know about his sexual preference. Cosmo also has a musical…

Review: Bewitching by Jill Barnett

There are a bunch of novels by Jill Barnett that are being released specifically for ebook format this year and Bewitching was one of them. I found out…

Review: Mr. Harding Proposes by Catherine Dove

This lighthearted Regency is a fun little comedy of manners. It’s well researched and the style reminds me a little of Georgette Heyer, but updated so non-Heyer fans…

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: Lovestruck by KT Grant

by Zarabeth, guest reviewer I have to admit that when I first read the synopsis of Lovestruck I was not overwhelmed with the urge to read this book….

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: His For The Holidays by Josh Lanyon

by Sharon S., guest reviewer This is an anthology of 4 m/m stories by some of the best in the genre. I thoroughly enjoyed all of the stories….

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…

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