governess

Review: Seducing the Governess by Margo Maguire

Review: Seducing the Governess by Margo Maguireby Keira G

The story: Nash, the current Earl of Ashby, was never supposed to be the earl. He was the youngest of three brothers. He forged his destiny in war and got the scars to prove it. He hadn’t the first notion of how to manage Ashby Hall and make it profitable once more. It probably meant […]

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Review: A Precious Jewel by Mary Balogh

Review: A Precious Jewel by Mary Baloghby Keira G

I got this novel from the library when MagdalenB recommended it for a hero who bumbles his first declaration of love/marriage proposal: Balogh’s A Precious Jewel. Gerald tries to explain why marriage is good idea; forgets to mention “love.” Twice! Read it in a day because it was so different than any courtesan romance I […]

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Charlotte as Currer and Collette as Colin: Why Women Used Male Pseudonyms in the Victorian Era

Charlotte as Currer and Collette as Colin: Why Women Used Male Pseudonyms in the Victorian Eraby Guest Blogger

by Donna Lea Simpson, guest blogger and author of The Last Days of a Rake and Love and Scandal Today it’s hard to imagine that once, writing was not considered a suitable career or even pastime for women. Jane Austen hid the fact that she wrote, partly because of a need for privacy, but also […]

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15 Most Romantic Broadway Musicals

15 Most Romantic Broadway Musicalsby Zarabeth Golden

by Zarabeth, guest blogger I love Broadway Musicals and when Keira asked me to compile a list it got big really fast – and so I had to break them up into categories. Here you’ll find my top five happy, tragic, and both romantic Broadway musicals. I really don’t want to spoil anything so I’ll […]

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