Genre: Historical Romance

Guest Review: Tempted by His Kiss by Tracy Anne Warren

Guest Review: Tempted by His Kiss by Tracy Anne Warren

London Society knows the Byrons are “mad, bad, and dangerous,” and every bit as fascinating as their poetic non-relation. Join the fun as New York Times bestselling author Tracy Anne Warren presents the first tale of this tempestuous family––famous for scandal and legendary at love… Orphaned beauty Meg Amberley never planned to pose as Lord […]

Guest Review: What the Duke Desires by Sabrina Jeffries

Guest Review: What the Duke Desires by Sabrina Jeffries

  Maximilian Cale, the Duke of Lyons, long ago buried his grief for his missing elder brother, Peter, who was presumed dead after being kidnapped. When a mysterious note arrives from Tristan Bonnaud asserting that the Duke’s brother is alive, it leads Max straight to the winsome Lisette Bonnaud, illegitimate daughter of a viscount and […]

Guest Review: How to Lose a Bride in One Night by Sophie Jordan

Guest Review: How to Lose a Bride in One Night by Sophie Jordan

Sophie Jordan is one of those historical romance writers that just seems to hit a home run most of the time.  Her literary batting average is right up there and she has done it again . . . written a story that is creative and different yet is filled with the color and pageantry that […]

Guest Review: And Then She Fell by Stephanie Laurens

Guest Review: And Then She Fell by Stephanie Laurens

Ms Laurens has again gifted her reading public with a historical romance that continues the reader’s involvement with the Cynster group, and in this story there is a very different kind of character featured as the heroine.  It is almost as if Henrietta is an anti-heroine, a woman who really never sees herself as a […]

Guest Review: The Mad Earl’s Bride by Loretta Chase

Guest Review: The Mad Earl’s Bride by Loretta Chase

This novella was originally a part of an anthology released in 1995 but has not been re-released to stand on its own. And stand it does.  It is not only an educational piece of history about the progress (or lack thereof) of the practice of medicine, of the ideas about insanity and about the practice […]