Tag: Historical

Review: Rises the Night by Colleen Gleason

Review: Rises the Night by Colleen Gleason

Isabel’s review of Rises the Night (Gardella Vampire Hunters: Victoria) by Colleen Gleason. In Italy, a powerful vampire is amassing the power to control the souls of the dead. Lady Victoria Gardella de Lacy-a vampire slayer for just over a year-races across Europe to stop what could be the most deadly army the Gardellas have […]

Review: And Then He Kissed Her by Laura Lee Guhrke

Review: And Then He Kissed Her by Laura Lee Guhrke

  I haven’t really been in the mood for a historical in ages, but Kris had a review of this book up and it sounded nice, so I decided to pick it up. Emma is a girl-bachelor and secretary to Harry, Viscount Marlowe. She’s been writing etiquette novels with the hope of being published by […]

Review: Shadowheart by Laura Kinsale

Review: Shadowheart by Laura Kinsale

Isabel’s review of Shadowheart (Medieval Hearts #2) by Laura Kinsale. Allegreto, the charismatic young assassin from For My Lady’s Heart, takes center stage in this much-anticipated follow-up by New York Times-bestselling author Laura Kinsale. Known for her compelling, complicated characters, thrilling love stories, and rich historical background, Kinsale outdoes herself in Shadowheart. The dangerous and […]

Review: When Strangers Marry by Lisa Kleypas

Review: When Strangers Marry by Lisa Kleypas

I must admit, Lisa Kleypas knows how to tell a story like no other. Her stories are always refreshing, sweet and passionate. I enjoyed this book very much, so much so that I finished it in one sitting, which is a feat for me. I get really antsy in the middle of a book and […]

Review: Something Sinful by Suzanne Enoch

Review: Something Sinful by Suzanne Enoch

Isabel’s review of Something Sinful (Griffin Family #3) by Suzanne Enoch. It was lust at first sight . . . She was a vision, an exotic goddess who floated across the ballroom, conjuring images of warm nights and silk sheets, and Lord Charlemagne Griffin felt lightning shoot straight to his . . . well, he […]