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Get into Bed with Deb Marlowe (Author Interview 2)

Keira: So ouch – your heroine in Tall, Dark and Disreputable has loved the hero from girlhood. How were you inspired to create this unrequited love match? What…

Review: Pretty Persuasion by Olivia Kingsley

Reviewed by Carla F. At the age of 10, Lady Georgiana Montford is introduced to her betrothed, Robert Balfour, who will one day be the Earl of Sheffield….

Audio Review: First Comes Marriage (Huxtable Quintet, Book 1) by Mary Balogh

Narrator: I am on an audio book kick. I loved this narrator. Anne Flosnik is great! She makes the book come alive. It’s like listening to a movie…

Review: The Landlord’s Black-Eyed Daughter by Mary Ellen Dennis

Reviewed by Hannah For all those girls who love bad boys, this is the book for you. A cavalier thief (aka “highwayman”) not only works to steal your…

Jane Austen and Regency Courting Etiquette

Guest post by Abigail Reynolds, author of Mr. Darcy’s Undoing Courting in the Regency period was strictly circumscribed by inflexible rules of behavior, especially for women.  Most fans…

Scandal!!! 11 Things You Do Today That Would Have Got You into BIG Trouble in Jane Austen’s Time!

Rebecca Ann Collins, guest blogger and author of Expectations of Happiness and the Pemberley Chronicles series Thank you very much for your invitation to contribute to your blog….

Review: A Dash of Scandal by Amelia Grey

(Reissue) Originally published in 2002 by Jove Books, The Berkley Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Putnam, Inc., New York My Dear Readers, A mind changed against its…

Review: A Hellion in Her Bed by Sabrina Jeffries

A Hellion in Her Bed is book two of the Hellions of Halstead Hall series by Sabrina Jeffries. The Sharpe family consists of five children raised by their…

Review: Regency Nights by Kitti Bernetti

by Sharon S., guest reviewer I really enjoyed this story. It is a Regency set in London. I am not an expert on Regencies, but the author did…

When Darcy Listens to His Head and Not His Heart

by Mary Lydon Simonsen, guest blogger and author of A Wife for Mr. Darcy Hi Keira and LRP readers! It’s nice to be back at Love Romance and…

Review: A Wife for Mr. Darcy by Mary Lydon Simonsen

Summary: What if Mr. Darcy apologized to Elizabeth after his derogatory comment at the assembly? Then in the course of apologizing accidentally repeat the offense? Elizabeth forgives him…

Review: How to Seduce a Scoundrel by Vicky Dreiling

Summary: Lady Julianne Gatewick has received twelve proposals but never one from the man she loves. This year he’s bound to propose, she’s certain of it! Marc Darcett,…

Review: Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts by Mitzi Szereto

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer Just as when Jane Austen had written this novel over a hundred years ago, Mrs. Bennet finds out that Netherfield Park is to…

Review: In the Heat of the Bite by Lydia Dare

by Aggie S., guest reviewer In the Heat of the Bite, Lydia Dare mixes some old English and Scottish history with werewolves, vampires and witches. I normally do…

Illegitimacy in the Regency

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…

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