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Review: To Buy a Bride by Roberta Leigh

Review: To Buy a Bride by Roberta Leighby Keira G

Hero: Luke was once the stable boy on Philippa’s family estate, where his mother also worked. Now he’s grown into a powerful and wealthy businessman and he’s got his eye out for a bargain. He also has a secret which has nothing to do with bargains and everything to do with the heart. Heroine: If […]

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Review: Dark Mirror by M.J. Putney

Review: Dark Mirror by M.J. Putneyby Keira G

Dark Mirror can be summed up in four words: magic, romance, time travel. The Story: When Lady Victoria (Tory) Mansfield performs magic in front of a bunch of witnesses at her mother’s annual lawn party her father banishes her to Lackland Abbey, a reform school for magic tainted aristocrats. There Tory meets two very different […]

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The Peerage of England

The Peerage of Englandby Keira G

When reading romance novels about English gentry and nobility I always wonder about the rankings. I know diddlysquat about this subject, mostly because I am American. I decided to do some digging to see if I could sort the matter out. Luckily there are a lot of resources on the matter. The first thing I […]

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Review: The Pirate Lord by Sabrina Jeffries and Deborah Martin

Review: The Pirate Lord by Sabrina Jeffries and Deborah Martinby Carla F.

by Carla F., guest reviewer It started out with an interesting premise and it ended OK, but there was so much in the middle that bugged me. In The Pirate Lord, Sara Willis, a reformer, decides that she is going to try to expose the conditions of convict women who are being transported to New […]

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Review: Enchanting the Beast by Kathryne Kennedy

Review: Enchanting the Beast by Kathryne Kennedyby Keira G

This was an impulse buy. The cover was pretty (I only saw the front b/c this was an online purchase) and I was fairly certain the inside would give me a wounded/scarred/brooding hero because of the title. To my surprise it was a historical paranormal! Nicodemus Wulfson is as you guessed it, a werewolf. His […]

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Reader Highlight with Meghan of Medieval Bookworm

Reader Highlight with Meghan of Medieval Bookwormby Keira G

Keira: You own over 1000 books. Do you have special bookcases to display them all and a picture you can share with us? Now, looking at your bookshelf what color pops out the most to you or what color is the most dominant among the shelves? What do you think this color says about you? […]

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