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Audio Review: The Duke Next Door (Heiress Brides, Book 2) by Celeste Bradley

Heroine: One of three girl cousins, gorgeous Deirdre Cantor is in the running to inherit her grandfather’s fortune. In order to be the heiress though, she needs to…

Review: How to Marry a Marquis (Agents of the Crown, Book 2) by Julia Quinn

Hero: James Sidwell, the Marquis of Riverdale, and agent to the crown, is good at uncovering secrets and finding bad guys. When his aunt informs him of a…

Review: Secrets of an Accidental Duchess (A Donovan Novel) by Jennifer Haymore

Reviewed by Carla F. Summary: When Maxwell Buchanan, the Marquis of Hasley, first sees Olivia Donovan across the ballroom, he is struck by her beauty and cannot stop…

Review: An Earl to Enchant by Amelia Grey

“A novel must be exceptionally good to live as long as the average cat.” – Lord Chesterfield. This novel is exceptionally good. –Guest Reviewer: Susan S. An Earl…

Review: Frederica by Georgette Heyer

By: Sasha Muradali, guest reviewer Frederica is a stylish and witty Regency novel by Georgette Heyer. The novel centers around a young girl named Frederica who brings her…

Review: Devil’s Cub by Georgette Heyer

Devil’s Cub by Georgette Heyer is enchanting and will assuredly transport you to another world. Georgette Heyer, praised to be the new Jane Austen, was born in 1902…

Review: A Marquis to Marry By Amelia Grey

by Susan Sigler, guest reviewer A Marquis to Marry exemplifies the very essence of what a romance novel should be. It was superbly written and I’ve added Amelia…

Regency: Affairs of the Heart

by Amelia Grey, guest blogger and author of A Marquis to Marry Do you think love was different between now and during the Regency? The easy answer to…

10 Reasons to Love Georgette Heyer

This post is a counter post to 10 Reasons Why I Can’t Read Georgette Heyer by Zarabeth. I was surprised but not upset with Zarabeth’s reaction to Georgette…

Review: Always a Scoundrel by Suzanne Enoch

James Davies owes a fortune to Kingston Gore the Marquis if Cosgrove. Ten thousand pounds to be exact. It’s enough money to ruin the whole family and put…

What’s in a Name? Kittens and Characters

by Grace Elliot, guest blogger and author of A Dead Man’s Debt. Last Thursday I found a stray kitten playing in the road; the cutest little thing all…

Review: A Bride for His Convenience by Edith Layton

I had several issues with this novel. First, there is no chemistry between Ian and Hannah. They are bland. The whole love story is flat. Frankly, I hardly…

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