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Review: How to Catch a Wild Viscount by Tessa Dare

Previously titled The Legend of the Werestag. Not a paranormal. Hero: Luke Trenton, Viscount Merritt, is beastly in appearance and temperament. War stripped him of his civility and…

Audio Review: The Wicked Wallflower (Bad Boys and Wallflowers, Book 1) by Maya Rodale

Heroine: Lady Emma Avery is a respectable wallflower with the nickname the Buxom Bluestocking from finishing school. She is one of London’s Least Likely (to Misbehave) and in…

Audio Review: The Naked Earl (Naked Nobility, Book 4) by Sally Mackenzie

Hero: The Earl of Westbrooke, Robert “Robbie” Hamilton, has no trouble getting “it” up. No, the problem lies in keeping “it” up. This road block is tied to…

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: 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 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: Ten Things I Love About You (Bevelstoke, Book 3) by Julia Quinn

Heroine: Annabel Winslow, eldest sister of 8 siblings, is soon to be engaged to an overweight, short-tempered nobleman as old as her grandmother. She must agree or risk…

Review: The Amorous Education of Celia Seaton (The Burgundy Club, Book 3) by Miranda Neville

Heroine: Kidnapped, Celia Seaton is no passive miss. At the first opportunity she gets out of the attic of a two story cottage wearing only her under clothes….

Review: His at Night by Sherry Thomas

Tired of spy lords in Regencies? If you said yes, make an exception for His at Night, because it’s not tired. It’s very much awake and zesty. Sherry…

Review: The Dark Desires of the Druids 1: Murder and Magick by Isabel Roman

Mmm-mmm delicious. I love the plot to this novel, which looks like it will drive the second in the series. I also love the romantic conflict- it’s simply…

Review: Secrets of Surrender by Madeline Hunter

By: Marcia, guest reviewer It is always a treat to read one of Madeline Hunter’s books.  They are very well written with compelling plots and historical subplots as…

Review: Sleepless at Midnight by Jacquie D’Alessandro

You know how they say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, well I do. I picked up Jacquie D’Alessandro’s Sleepless at Midnight last fall because of…

Review: Only Mr. Darcy Will Do by Kara Louise

Kara Louise is a must read! The Story: Elizabeth’s trip to Derbyshire with her aunt and uncle is canceled when Mr. Bennet dies. The only thing for the…

Review: Sinjin by Julia Templeton

Looking to add some spice to your Regency romances? Try Sinjin by Julia Templeton! This erotica novel focuses on the main romance but you’ll also get to experience…

Review: A Daring Proposition by Jennifer Greene

The story: Leigh Sexton wants to have a baby—a child of her own to love and nurture, a child to keep away the loneliness creeping into her life….

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