Tag: eloisa james

Review: The Lady Most Likely (Lady Most, Book 1) by Julia Quinn

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Hugh Dunne, the Earl of Briarly is in need of a wife and his sister is only too happy to give him a…

Review: When Beauty Tamed the Beast by Eloisa James

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: These days kissing a man isn’t anything to write home about, but back in Regency times, merely touching a man meant ruin for…

Review: The Lady Most Willing (Lady Most, Book 2) by Julia Quinn, Eloisa James, and Connie Brockway

What happened:  Laird Taran Ferguson and some of his clansmen kidnap four ladies, one by mistake, and carry them back to Finovair castle. Along the way the men…

Audio Review: The Ugly Duchess (Fairy Tales, Book 4) by Eloisa James

Heroine: Theodora “Daisy” Saxby (am I the only one that thinks sackbut at that last name?) isn’t ugly, but she’s not the standard of beauty. Her features are…

Audio Review: The Lady Most Likely (Lady Most, Book 1) by Julia Quinn, Eloisa James, and Connie Brockway

Quick Synopsis: Horse fanatic, Hugh Dunne, the Earl of Briarly, had a recent scare with a horse and decided he needs a wife and heir. To get both,…

Review: Paris in Love by Eloisa James

Reviewed by Karin I absolutely love this memoir! J’adore! It is a book to be enjoyed and savored — and one I will likely reread either if I…

Review: A Duke of Her Own by Eloisa James

Reviewed by Carla F. If asked to list my 10 favorite romance authors, I doubt that I would put Eloisa James on the list. That doesn’t mean that…

Review: Enchanting Pleasures by Eloisa James

Book three of the Pleasures Trilogy staring plump little Gabrielle from India and Erskine (Quill) Dewland soon to be Viscount Dewland. Right off the bat, this was my…

Review: A Kiss at Midnight by Eloisa James

In Eloisa James’ author note she mentions that this story is more Cinderella fairytale than historical romance. It explains the improbabilities, irregularities, and absurdities found within the pages…

Review: Desperate Duchesses by Eloisa James

Desperate Duchesses is not one of Eloisa James’ best. I could barely focus in the beginning on all the name dropping and afterwards I was more inclined to…

%d bloggers like this: