Genre: Historical Romance

Review: How the Marquess Was Won by Julie Anne Long

Review: How the Marquess Was Won by Julie Anne Long

Miss Phoebe Vale is a teacher and sometimes companion to Lisbeth Redmond. She has a bit of an obsession with the ton, particularly Lord Ice, Julian Spenser, Marquess Dryden. She and a local shopkeeper often joke that she, too, is a member of the peerage and make up stories about Lord Ice. Which is all […]

Review: What I Did for a Duke by Julie Anne Long

Review: What I Did for a Duke by Julie Anne Long

I have read and enjoyed all of Long’s Pennyroyal Green series. Some I enjoyed more than others, sure, but overall the series is well done. She has a beautiful writing voice and her characters are always unconventional. But with this latest entry she has blown all the others out of the water. What I Did […]

Review: A Rogue By Any Other Name by Sarah MacLean

Review: A Rogue By Any Other Name by Sarah MacLean

Another stellar release from MacLean. This is a novel I’ll re-read again and again. Bourne had everything taken from him in an instant. His guardian, the man his father trusted most in the world, ruined him in a card game. He lost everything – including his land. 10 years later he runs a very successful […]

Guest Review: A Rogue By Any Other Name by Sarah MacLean

Guest Review: A Rogue By Any Other Name by Sarah MacLean

Bourne pulled himself up by his bootstraps and eventually became one of four owners in a gambling hell called The Fallen Angel. He has wealth but he isn’t a happy man. He wants his land back! When he finds that his childhood friend, Penelope, has had the land attached to her dowry he’ll stop at […]

Review: Never Love a Highlander by Maya Banks

Review: Never Love a Highlander by Maya Banks

We met Rionna in the first novel and she played a large part in the second novel. While I think it can stand alone, I would suggest reading the entire trilogy in order. My heart really hurt for Rionna. She just wanted to be accepted for who she was. It was hard watching her and […]