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Audio Review: How to Marry a Duke (How To, Book 1) by Vicky Dreiling

Hero: Some think the Duke of Shelbourne is too picky. He wants to find the perfect wife – someone who is a darling in the ballroom and a…

Review: How to Lose a Lord in 10 Days or Less (Tricks of the Ton, Book 3) by Elizabeth Michels

Hero: Andrew Clifton is Lord Amberstall. On his return to London society, he realizes he is being followed and takes measures to evade his pursuers. At first it…

Review: A Promise of Spring by Mary Balogh

Hero: Sir Peregrine “Perry” Lampman is a good guy and effortlessly charming. He’s the toast wherever he goes. He has many male friends and many female admirers. He’s…

Review: The Most Improper Miss Sophie Valentine (Sydney Dovedale, Book 1) by Jayne Fresina

Wanted: one husband, not too particular. Small dowry, several books, sundry furnishings, and elderly aunt included. Idlers, time-wasters, and gentlemen with other attachments need not apply. Herione: Sophie…

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…

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: Miss Foster’s Folly by Alice Gaines

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…

Review: One Dance with a Duke by Tessa Dare

Prepare yourself to be dazzled. One Dance with a Duke is one of those exceptional romances that immediately found its way to my top favorites (ten of which…

Review: Love and Scandal by Donna Lea Simpson

A lady in Victorian times had little options when it came to acceptable jobs. Writing novels was simply not one of them and certainly not publishing them. That’s…

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

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…

Review: The Silver Squire by Marry Brendan

Marry a horrible abusive philandering man or risk absolute ruin by running away? Tough choice… not! Spinster Emma Worthington has waited this long for romance and there’s no…

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: To Sir Phillip, With Love by Julia Quinn

To Sir Phillip, With Love by Julia Quinn was a fairly decent story. There were times in the story when I wondered if the main characters would ever…

Review: Black Sheep by Georgette Heyer

Abigail Wendover is a spinster at age twenty-eight. Upon her return from out of town she gets some distressing news… her niece is head over heels with a…

Review: Enchanting the Beast by Kathryne Kennedy

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…

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