#Reading The Merest Loss by Steven Neil

Excited to sit with my next read courtesy of #IndieApril. I realize it's May; however, I committed to reading and reviewing this book in April. I believe that still counts! A story of love and political intrigue, set against the backdrop of the English hunting shires and the streets of Victorian London and post-revolutionary Paris.... Continue Reading →

Review: The Duke’s Disaster

The Good: The novel began with a bang - a really great concept with lots of tension and promise for a wonderful novel Noah Winters is a great alpha Thea Collins is a believable heroine with an interesting backstory Noah's support of Thea near the end is touching (expected, but nicely written nonetheless) I wish I... Continue Reading →

Review: Falling Into Bed with a Duke

The Good: Minerva Dodger quickly became one of my favourite heroines because she knows herself and is beyond strong. Ms. Heath creates a female protagonist who is confident in every aspect of her life and relationships - except, in love.  This is something that many women of the modern age experience.  The biggest lesson Minerva... Continue Reading →

Mine Till Midnight by Lisa Kleypas

  The Good: Cam Rohan - can a writer bring to life a sexier alpha male protagonist?!? This guy is HOT!!!  Rich.  Clever.  Perceptive.  Considerate.  In control.  Suave.  The list is endless... Introduction to the Hathaway clan is superbly handled by Ms.Kleypas - it is a big family.  Each Hathaway is portrayed so that we... Continue Reading →

Review: The Seduction of Lady Phoebe

The Good:  This book abides by all rules of Regency.  You will learn about the complexities of the era and then some.  It is truly remarkable how well Ella Quinn weaves the strict social conventions of the Regency era into an intriguing love story. I loved the strength of Lady Phoebe.  She knows her mind and... Continue Reading →

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