companion

Review: Cynders and Ashe by Elizabeth Boyle

Review: Cynders and Ashe by Elizabeth Boyleby Keira

Heroine: Ella Cynders is a companion for a young lady in love with a gentleman, whom her family doesn’t approve. Ella agrees to switch places with her charge during a masked ball to allow the young couple to elope. That night she dances in the arms of her fairytale prince… the Viscount Ashe. It’s true […]

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Get into Bed with Anne Gracie (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Anne Gracie (Author Interview)by Keira

Keira: How does a governess become a companion? Anne Gracie: In my book The Autumn Bride Abby is sacked from her governess job when she smuggles in her sister and two friends for the night. They have nowhere else to stay — they’ve just escaped after being kidnapped and taken to a brothel. Things go […]

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Review: The Paid Companion by Amanda Quick

Review: The Paid Companion by Amanda Quickby Keira

Hero: Arthur Lancaster, Earl of St. Merryn, needs a fake fiance to distract the ton while he’s hunting a murderer. A real one is too much bother and prone to runaway. So how does one acquire a fake fiance without worrying about the silly chit wanting to actually get married? Arthur devises a great plan […]

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Review: The Lost Duke of Wyndham by Julia Quinn

Review: The Lost Duke of Wyndham by Julia Quinnby Marcia

By: Marcia, guest reviewer Grace Eversleigh has a problem.  She is in love with a highwayman and a Duke.  Neither is marriage material since socially the highwayman with beneath her and the Duke is well above her.  The fact that they are both the same man does not help her situation at all. Grace is […]

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Review: The Viscount in Her Bedroom by Gayle Callen

Review: The Viscount in Her Bedroom by Gayle Callenby Keira

I loved The Viscount in Her Bedroom by Gayle Callen the third in the Sisters of Willow Pond Trilogy. What I like about Gayle Callen is that you don’t have to read the first two in the trilogy to really enjoy this book. You can pick up at the end and go backwards and have […]

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Review: The Girl at Goldenhawk by Violet Winspear

Review: The Girl at Goldenhawk by Violet Winspearby Keira

I would never pick this book up in a secondhand bookstore because the title is strange and the cover is weirder. No wonder Harlequin puts the money and effort into consumer research. It’s all about pretty covers and catchy titles! The romance takes place in Brazil with references to England and Portugal. Goldenhawk is the […]

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Review: Lord Braybrook’s Penniless Bride by Elizabeth Rolls

Review: Lord Braybrook's Penniless Bride by Elizabeth Rollsby Keira

This was a terrific novel; very well written and such a treat to read. I absolutely loved Christy and Julian together. Christy is a great heroine and Julian has a very logical mind (which works great for his sister’s situation but not so much for his own) and kind heart, even if it takes him […]

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Review: The Anonymous Miss Addams by Kasey Michaels

Review: The Anonymous Miss Addams by Kasey Michaelsby Keira

There are few books that I can’t finish reading. The Anonymous Miss Addams is one that list. Some books make you question how publishing companies work and this is one of them. In two words I can sum up the whole of the book: utter drivel. I have no idea how it got published or […]

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