Genre: Historical Romance

Retro Review: The Serpent Prince by Elizabeth Hoyt

Retro Review: The Serpent Prince by Elizabeth Hoyt

*****As part of our 10 year anniversary celebration, we’ll be re-posting old reviews that make us cringe, laugh or sigh all over again. This review was originally posted on October 9, 2007. Sybil forced me into reading this book. She swore it was the best thing since If His Kiss is Wicked, and talked me […]

Guest Review: Forbidden Night with the Warrior by Michelle Willingham

Guest Review: Forbidden Night with the Warrior by Michelle Willingham

Three years ago Rosamund met and fell in love with Warrick.  She wanted nothing more than to be with Warrick but her father had other ideas about her future – not one where she wed a third son with no property.  Under threat of death to Warrick, Rosamund marries.  Now it’s three years later and […]

Review: The Girl with the Make Believe Husband by Julia Quinn

Review: The Girl with the Make Believe Husband by Julia Quinn

We first hear about Edward Rokesby in the first book, Because of Miss Bridgerton. He’s the Rokesby brother that everyone thought was going to marry Billie Bridgerton. He’s the brother that is fighting in the war and though he doesn’t make an appearance in that book, we still got to know him through his family […]

Guest Review: A Suitable Affair by Erica Taylor

Guest Review: A Suitable Affair by Erica Taylor

Susanna “runs into” Lord Ian Wescott in an unconventional manner and is a bit infuriated at the man.  When he approaches her to let her know that her fiancé is not a man she should be spending time with she pretty much blows him off as she thinks he just doesn’t like Lord Riverton.  You […]

Guest Review: Claiming His Highland Bride by Terri Brisbin

Guest Review: Claiming His Highland Bride by Terri Brisbin

Sorcha has been told by her father, a clan Chieftan, that she must wed but her soon-to-be fiancé is a horrible man.  The fiancé and her father are planning on ruining another clan by joining theirs and Sorcha wants no part of it.  Her mother has been able to protect Sorcha for years from her […]