Tag: Book Club

Book Club: Scandal in Spring by Lisa Kleypas.

Book Club: Scandal in Spring by Lisa Kleypas.

This month we’ll be discussing Lisa Kleypas’ Scandal in Spring.  Scandal in Spring is part of the Wallflowers series. The series follows four very different young girls as they make their way from wallflower to married woman. The group of girls consists of Annabelle Peyton, Lillian Bowman, Evangeline Jenner and Daisy Bowman.  Four young women […]

Book Club Pick for April 2013- Scandal in Spring by Lisa Kleypas!

Posted March 29, 2013 by Rowena in Features | Tagged: | 5 Comments
Book Club Pick for April 2013- Scandal in Spring by Lisa Kleypas!

Yeah, I know.  Our efforts in our very first book club didn’t go as well as we’d hoped but we’re not going to give up on it all together. We’re gearing up for next month’s book club discussions and getting a little more organized (and not letting real life get in the way) so that […]

Book Club: The Duke’s Sperm #TDaI

Book Club: The Duke’s Sperm #TDaI

One of the most prominent features in historical romance novels is the need for the titled to procreate. Duty dictates that they secure their line by having at least one son, though it’s preferable to have two (an heir and a spare). In The Duke and I, the issue of procreation is even more prominent, though for a different […]

Book Club: Simon #TDaI

Posted March 7, 2013 by Rowena in Features | Tagged: , | 5 Comments
Book Club: Simon #TDaI

When we first meet Simon Basset in The Duke & I, he’s a mother less child who is neglected by his father because he has a stuttering problem.  His father expected perfection from the future Duke of Hastings and instead, he got Simon.  As a young boy, the hurt and the desire to be loved […]

Book Club: March Discussion- #TDaI – Daphne

Book Club: March Discussion- #TDaI – Daphne

The Duke and I is the start of the much beloved Bridgerton series. Daphne Bridgerton has been out in society for two years. Unfortunately, she hasn’t had many offers of marriage. It seems the men of the ton look at her as a little sister or a girl-next-door type. The ones who did offer for […]