Grace Burrowes

Quiz: Which Type of Historical Romance Heroine Are You?

Quiz: Which Type of Historical Romance Heroine Are You?by Guest Blogger

Authors Grace Burrowes, Katie MacAlister, and Shana Galen would love to invite you to take their historical romance quiz. Below is the quiz written by the authors which asks readers if they are royalty, an operative, or a member of a retinue. #1 What word best describes you? a) effervescent b) nonconfrontational (mostly) c) stealthy […]

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Grace Burrowes Giveaway

Grace Burrowes Giveawayby Guest Blogger

Summary Captured and tortured by the French, Christian Severn, Duke of Mercia, survives by vowing to take revenge on his tormentors. Before the duke can pursue his version of justice, Gillian, Countess of Greendale, reminds him that his small daughter has suffered much in his absence, and needs her papa desperately. Gilly endured her difficult […]

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Review: Darius (Lonely Lords, Book 1) by Grace Burrowes

Review: Darius (Lonely Lords, Book 1) by Grace Burrowesby Keira G

Quick Synopsis: Virgin wife needs to be knocked up in order to keep inheritance when elderly husband dies. Stud in need of money accepts old man’s contract to seduce his wife and get her pregnant. They fall in love. Hero: Darius Lindsey no longer enjoys being the “male mistress” (closer to gigolo) to the unhappy, […]

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Ten Things a Man Ought to Love about Wearing a Kilt

Ten Things a Man Ought to Love about Wearing a Kiltby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Grace Burrowes, author of The Bridegroom Wore Plaid The topic above was not the one I was initially asked to write about. I was asked to hold forth about Ten Things I Love About Men in Kilts. What I love about a kilt is to see it worn with pride by a […]

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Review: The Soldier by Grace Burrowes

Review: The Soldier by Grace Burrowesby Aggie S.

Reviewed by Aggie S. Devlin has finished with war and serving his King. He just wants to go home and take care of the family holdings. Upon arrival he finds a waif of a child in his fountain, dirty and straggling looking. He is informed that this waif conveyed with the estate, which he finds […]

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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: The Heir by Grace Burrowes

Review: The Heir by Grace Burrowesby Keira G

Who has the most power over the household: the housekeeper or the earl? Curious minds want to know! Is it the Earl of Westhaven, Gayle Windham? Gayle is determined to avoid his father’s the Duke’s matchmaking attempts. When everybody has gone to the country to get away from London’s stifling summer heat, Gayle stays put. […]

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Get into Bed with Grace Burrowes (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Grace Burrowes (Author Interview)by Keira G

Keira: In a Regency battle of the sexes, who would win in a game of wits: Gayle Windham or Anna Seaton? Grace Burrowes: They would go at it tooth and nail for about the first three rounds, then become distracted by their chemistry and start to negotiate (the technical term would be “flirt”) between hurling […]

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