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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: Unbuttoning Miss Hardwick by Deb Marlowe

Review: Unbuttoning Miss Hardwick by Deb Marloweby Keira G

Summary: Spinster Chloe Hardwick realizes she has feelings for her employer, the Marquess of Marland. To him she is just Hardwick, a sexless woman who efficiently runs his affairs and helps him organize his collection of fine weapons. When Chloe as a woman fails to gain his attention and in fact irritates him with her […]

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Are you a Collector?

Are you a Collector?by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Deb Marlowe, author of Unbuttoning Miss Hardwick Lord Marland, the hero in my new release, Unbuttoning Miss Hardwick, has a nickname.  Society has dubbed him The Marauding Marquess, thanks to his conquests on the battlefields and in the bedrooms of Europe.  But Braedon is home in England now, and he is also […]

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Review: Miss Foster’s Folly by Alice Gaines

Review: Miss Foster’s Folly by Alice Gainesby Keira G

This Victorian romance is the very opposite of sexual restraint. If you’re in the mood for something hot and spicy with a wide streak of naughtiness you’ll want to read this book! You’ll love it from the very first page. Miss Juliet Foster upon her father’s death is given all of his wealth while her […]

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Review: Lady Anne and the Howl in the Dark by Donna Lea Simpson

Review: Lady Anne and the Howl in the Dark by Donna Lea Simpsonby Keira G

I have a funny story with this book and by story I mean an epic fail. I was returning some books back to the library and somehow Lady Anne went back with them. When I realized what I’d done it was as if I’d been amputated! So painful. Of course I returned the books on […]

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Review: His at Night by Sherry Thomas

Review: His at Night by Sherry Thomasby Keira G

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 Thomas has taken this subgenre of Regencies and gave it a fabulous new life… by making the Marquess a blithering idiot. Oh I see your incredulous expression, […]

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Review: Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase

Review: Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chaseby Keira G

Lord of Scoundrels opens in the hero’s youth. We learn very quickly that life was not pleasant to Sebastian. His mother left him with his father while she ran off with another man (a scandal if I ever heard of one!) He was bullied, tortured, and ridiculed constantly at school. He was rejected because of […]

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Review: The Edge of Desire by Stephanie Laurens

Review: The Edge of Desire by Stephanie Laurensby Marcia

By: Marcia, guest reviewer Lady Latitia Vaux Randall has come to ask Christian Allardyce, 6th Marquess of Dearne, for help.  Someone has just murdered her husband and the authorities suspect her younger brother, Justin, of having committed the deed.  Thus begins Ms. Laurens’ seventh ‘Bastion Club’ novel. The Bastion Club was formed after the end […]

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