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Review: Knight of Love by Catherine LaRoche

Review: Knight of Love by Catherine LaRocheby Keira

Hero: The hero has a complicated name. He is Wolfram von Wolfsbach und Ravensworth, also known as Wolf, the English Earl of Ravensworth. He first meets the heroine when he’s undercover as a blacksmith in Prince Kurt’s court, where he finds her being publicly whipped for a small infraction to the amusement of the Prince. […]

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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

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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Review: The Wolf Who Loved Me by Lydia Dare

Review: The Wolf Who Loved Me by Lydia Dareby Susan S.

Reviewed by Susan S. Summary: Regency Werewolf Trilogy, Book One Have you ever wished for something you’ll never have? Like that Lamborghini Countach, or the eight bedroom beachside mansion. Well, Weston Hadley (hero) has grown accustomed to wishing for the unattainable. I know what you’re thinking. Pray tell, what does Hadley want that he can’t […]

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Review: Ten Things I Love About You (Bevelstoke, Book 3) by Julia Quinn

Review: Ten Things I Love About You (Bevelstoke, Book 3) by Julia Quinnby Keira

Heroine: Annabel Winslow, eldest sister of 8 siblings, is soon to be engaged to an overweight, short-tempered nobleman as old as her grandmother. She must agree or risk her family’s future happiness. If she does, she loses her own. But she still has time before the Earl of Newbury asks, perhaps there is another way? […]

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Review: The Secret Mistress (Dudley, Book 3) by Mary Balogh

Review: The Secret Mistress (Dudley, Book 3) by Mary Baloghby Keira

I listened to a narrated audiobook version of this novel. Read by Anne Flosnik. Hero: Edward Ailsbury, the new Earl of Heyward, knows he must marry. As a spare, now heir, he knows the importance of preserving the family lineage. The candidate he has in mind is his family friend and favorite bluestocking, Eunice Goddard. […]

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Review: Just Like Heaven (Smythe-Smith Quartet, Book 1) by Julia Quinn

Review: Just Like Heaven (Smythe-Smith Quartet, Book 1) by Julia Quinnby Keira

Ah, those dreaded Smythe-Smiths! they lack any musical talent and yet they persist in destroying the hearing of the London ton with their dreaded annual musical quartets. Heroine: Lady Honoria Smythe-Smith plays the violin and she’s awful, but at least she knows it. This year she’s determined to marry and get a man to come […]

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