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Review: One Good Earl Deserves a Lover (The Rules of Scoundrels, Book 2) by Sarah MacLean

Review: One Good Earl Deserves a Lover (The Rules of Scoundrels, Book 2) by Sarah MacLeanby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes For Lady Philippa Marbury reading books and indulging in science is preferable to parading around at society balls in the latest fashionable gowns. She is intelligent and wise beyond her young years, and knows what she wants from a man, even though she is engaged to Lord Castleton. Philippa isn’t cut […]

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Review: The Saint Who Stole My Heart (Regency Rogues, Book 4) by Stefanie Sloane

Review: The Saint Who Stole My Heart (Regency Rogues, Book 4) by Stefanie Sloaneby Keira G

Summary: He’s a master spy playing the idiot dandy. She’s the bluestocking who can’t stand him. Together they solve a murder mystery involving the “Bishop.” Hero: Dashiell Matthews, Viscount Carrington, is a member of the Young Corinthians spy league. For years he’s perfected his addle-brained persona to counteract his arresting good looks. More than anything […]

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

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

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 that carters to men of the peerage. He hides this fact from others by pretending to be just any other high roller in the establishment. Like any […]

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More Than Meets the Eye

More Than Meets the Eyeby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Stefanie Sloane, author of The Saint Who Stole My Heart The first appearance of the phrase “you can’t judge a book by its cover” can be found in “Murder In The East Room,” a mystery published in 1946. I’m guessing that the authors, Edward Rolfe and Lester Fuller, had no idea one […]

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Review: Never Miss a Chance (Kellington Series, Book 2) by Maureen Driscoll

Review: Never Miss a Chance (Kellington Series, Book 2) by Maureen Driscollby Keira G

Heroine: Lady Elizabeth Kellington is a bluestocking interested in women’s rights. Not a good idea for a Regency England heroine even if she’s a duke’s daughter. Scandal reaches even the highest nobility of the ton. Her marriage chances dwindle rapidly as those who before it hit courted her favor now gave her snubs and others […]

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Audio Review: First Comes Marriage (Huxtable Quintet, Book 1) by Mary Balogh

Audio Review: First Comes Marriage (Huxtable Quintet, Book 1) by Mary Baloghby Keira G

Narrator: I am on an audio book kick. I loved this narrator. Anne Flosnik is great! She makes the book come alive. It’s like listening to a movie with all of her voices. I wanted to drive more around town just for the opportunity to get further in the book! Heroine: Vanessa Dew is the […]

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Review: Lady of Seduction (Daughters of Erin, Book 3) by Laurel McKee

Review: Lady of Seduction (Daughters of Erin, Book 3) by Laurel McKeeby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Lady of Seduction is book three of the “Daughters of Erin” series. The action begins right at the start of the book. Caroline Blacknall is on a ship during a very bad storm. She meets up with Grant Dunmore whom she hasn’t seen in quite a while. There seems to be […]

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Review: The Disgraceful Mr. Ravenhurst by Louise Allen

Review: The Disgraceful Mr. Ravenhurst by Louise Allenby Keira G

This was one of those books where I had to slug my way through it. I don’t know why I had to slug but I did. I started and stopped this three times and finally finished it. Woohoo. I feel very accomplished. One of the parts about this book that bothers me is that it’s […]

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