Tag: bluestocking

Audio Review: How to Marry a Duke (How To, Book 1) by Vicky Dreiling

Hero: Some think the Duke of Shelbourne is too picky. He wants to find the perfect wife – someone who is a darling in the ballroom and a…

Review: Wicked Designs (League of Rogues, Book 1) by Lauren Smith

Heroine: Miss Emily Parr moved into her uncle’s home when her parents died. Her uncle sold everything she had of value because of his debts. His partner is a…

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

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…

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

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,…

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…

More Than Meets the Eye

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…

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

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…

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

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…

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

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…

Review: The Disgraceful Mr. Ravenhurst by Louise Allen

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…

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