Publisher: Harper Collins

Review: Your Scandalous Ways by Loretta Chase

Review: Your Scandalous Ways by Loretta Chase

With Loretta Chase, it’s all about the dialogue. I have yet to read another historical author who is able to pull off dialogue like she does. I was blown away by it in Lord of Scoundrels, and Your Scandalous Ways doesn’t disappoint. Francesca is a real live courtesan. I have to applaud Chase for writing […]

Review: The Flirt by Kathleen Tessaro.

Review: The Flirt by Kathleen Tessaro.

Grade: 2.75 out of 5 Tantalizing words written on an ivory card. It is the first clue that will lead an intrigued and intriguing London lady on an odyssey of sensual experience designed to awaken her romantic nature. Out-of-work actor Hughie Venables-Smythe has found a profitable new outlet for his talents. He is hired, often […]

Review: Let The Night Begin (Brotherhood of Blood #4) by Kathryn Smith

Review: Let The Night Begin (Brotherhood of Blood #4) by Kathryn Smith

  Let the Night Begin is book four in Kathryn Smith‘s The Brotherhood of the Blood series. Unfortunately, I didn’t realize this before I read it. I actually thought it was the second book. I’m rather annoyed that I’m three books behind, instead of one. I know I’ve mentioned before that if done well, the […]

Review: Lessons from a Courtesan by Jenna Petersen.

Review: Lessons from a Courtesan by Jenna Petersen.

Hero: Justin Talbot, Earl of Baybary.Heroine: Victoria “Ria” ReedGrade: 4.75 out of 5 Lesson #1: Every man loves a mystery. A scandalous siren called “Ria” has electrified the ton. Every gentleman in London desires her; every woman envies her. And they are all desperate to know the secrets of the tantalizing, seductively beautiful courtesan. All […]

Review: Under Your Spell by Lois Greiman

Review: Under Your Spell by Lois Greiman

Hero: Thomas Donovan, Sir DrakeHeroine: Elegance “Ella” St. JamesGrade: 4 out of 5 She will entrance him with her beauty . . . and entice him to her bed. I’ve never before in my life read a historical paranormal. I’ve never before in my life read a book by Lois Greiman and even though this […]