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Review: The Lady in Question (Effingtons, Book 7) by Victoria Alexander

Heroine: Lady Philadelphia (Delia) Wilmont is the identical twin sister of Cassandra Effington. Delia is considered the sensible sister while Cassie is the reckless sister. So it comes…

Could You Make a Great Spy?

Guest Blog by Misty Evans, author of The Blood Code In my latest sexy spy thriller, The Blood Code, my heroine is a lost princess and must team…

Review: Checkmate, My Lord by Tracey Devlyn

Reviewed by Zarabeth Spies! This is, in this reviewer’s humble opinion, a very tricky genre. Creating intrigue and danger can often often be a fantastic plot point for…

Review: Compromising the Marquess (The Forsters, Book 1) by Wendy Soliman

Heroine: Leah Elliot and her sister are near destitution and live by the grace their graceless aunt and well-meaning but easily subdued uncle. They lost everything when their…

Review: The Saint Who Stole My Heart (Regency Rogues, Book 4) by Stefanie Sloane

Summary: He’s a master spy playing the idiot dandy. She’s the bluestocking who can’t stand him. Together they solve a murder mystery involving the “Bishop.” Hero: Dashiell Matthews,…

Review: Never Wager Against Love (Kellingtons, Book 3) by Maureen Driscoll

Hero: When Arthur Kellington was younger he saved a Romany fortune teller from a terrible situation and got his fortune told in repayment. He was told his true…

Review: No Longer a Gentleman (Lost Lords, Book 4) by Mary Jo Putney

Hero: Grey Sommers used to be a gentleman, but nowadays he’s a prisoner in the dungeon of a French official. Grey’s been there for 10 years and counting….

Review: The Temptation of a Gentleman (The Jordans, Book 2) by Jenna Petersen

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Men have always come to women as knights in shining armor, but in Regency times, they were clothed in much more refined armor than…

Review: Lord and Lady Spy by Shana Galen

Reviewed by Cara Lynn Lord and Lady Spy by Shana Galen is a wild ride through the past.  I was given an uncorrected advance copy by LRP to…

Ten Reasons Why Secret Identities are Sexy

by Shana Galen, guest blogger and author of Lord and Lady Spy In my new historical romance, Lord and Lady Spy, both the hero and heroine have secret…

Review: Never a Mistress, No Longer a Maid (Kellington Book One) by Maureen Driscoll

Story: Nurse Jane Wetherby and Lord Edward Kellington have a very brief and hot affair behind enemy lines at the Battle of Waterloo. Jane convinces Edward (Ned) of…

Review: How to Woo a Reluctant Lady by Sabrina Jeffries

Series Background: The grandmother wants to see her grandkids wed before the year is out. If one fails to do so their inheritances go up in smoke. Series…

Review: The Untied Kingdom by Kate Johnson

by Marcia, guest reviewer Eve Carpenter is not having a good day.  In fact her whole life is depressing.  After being cheated by her mother and her accountant,…

Review: The Mistaken Wife by Rose Melikan

by Zarabeth, guest reviewer This is a classic late 18th century spy romance. Neither of our leads know what the other one is up to and are constantly…

Review: Blue Knight by Tracy Cooper-Posey

Reviewer Side Note: Romantic suspense is not something I usually read because it’s hard for me to read things geniunely scary. Vampires? No problem. I don’t expect to…

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