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Review: The Lady in Question (Effingtons, Book 7) by Victoria Alexander

Review: The Lady in Question (Effingtons, Book 7) by Victoria Alexanderby Keira G

Heroine: Lady Philadelphia (Delia) Wilmont is the identical twin sister of Cassandra Effington. Delia is considered the sensible sister while Cassie is the reckless sister. So it comes as a complete shock to everyone when it is Delia who invokes a scandal by running off and marrying a rake. Before society can get over the […]

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Review: To Buy a Bride by Roberta Leigh

Review: To Buy a Bride by Roberta Leighby Keira G

Hero: Luke was once the stable boy on Philippa’s family estate, where his mother also worked. Now he’s grown into a powerful and wealthy businessman and he’s got his eye out for a bargain. He also has a secret which has nothing to do with bargains and everything to do with the heart. Heroine: If […]

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Review: The Temporary Wife by Mary Balogh

Review: The Temporary Wife by Mary Baloghby Keira G

Hero: To say that the Marquess of Staunton does not have a good relationship with his father is an understatement. When summoned to return home after eight years of separation, he decides to thwart his father’s matrimonial plans by finding his own wife first. He wants to embarrass and wound and decides the lowest he […]

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Review: The Hawk (Highland Guard, Book 2) by Monica McCarty

Review: The Hawk (Highland Guard, Book 2) by Monica McCartyby Keira G

Series Overview: Handpicked by Robert the Bruce to help him in his quest to free Scotland from English rule, the elite warriors of the Highland Guard face their darkest days. When Bruce is forced to flee, his bid for freedom rests on the shoulders of one extraordinary warrior. Hero: Erik MacSorley is a ladies man […]

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Review: To Seduce an Earl (Seduction, Book 1) by Lori Brighton

Review: To Seduce an Earl (Seduction, Book 1) by Lori Brightonby Keira G

Hero: When Alex Weston was young, he was blackmailed into working as a male prostitute in order to keep his family from London’s prisons. He has been thinking of escaping ever since, but the information that caught him then, is holding him captive today. With nothing much better to look forward, Alex decides to stay […]

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Review: An Heiress at Heart by Jennifer Delamere

Review: An Heiress at Heart by Jennifer Delamereby Zarabeth Golden

Reviewed by Zarabeth This story follows our heroine, Miss Lizzie Poole, on her quest to fulfill a promise and prove a hidden heritage. I loved Lizzie and was rooting for her from the very first page. Ms. Delamere does a wonderful job of helping us identify with Lizzie despite her numerous blunders throughout the book. […]

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Illegitimacy in the Regency

Illegitimacy in the Regencyby Guest Blogger

by Grace Burrowes, guest blogger and author of The Soldier This topic is of sufficient depth that several PhD’s could spend several thoroughly enjoyable lifetimes researching it, and still have plenty of areas for fascinating debate. That said, I am not a PhD, so disclaimers are in order: I’ve done research, but my efforts are […]

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Review: One Night is Never Enough by Anne Mallory

Review: One Night is Never Enough by Anne Malloryby Keira G

I’m squeeing all over the place with this book. One Night Is Never Enough is not enough! I want it to be 5 times longer – and that’s only a slight hyperbole there. I loved the hero. He’s all kinds of toe-curling wonderful. Let’s start with his name… Roman Merrick… two of my favorite first […]

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