Tag: Historical

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 […]

Weekly Reread: Honor’s Splendour by Julie Garwood

Weekly Reread: Honor’s Splendour by Julie Garwood

A goal of mine is to eventually write a review for all the books I’ve ever read and so each week I plan on doing a Weekly Reread post so that I can revisit all the books that I’ve read and loved from way back in the day. This weekend’s reread was Honor’s Splendour by […]

Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase

Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase

Tough minded Jessica Trent’s sole intention is to free her nitwit brother from the destructive influence of Sebastian ballister, the notorious Marquess of Diain. She never expects to desire the arrogant, amoral cad. And When Daines reciprical passion places them in a scandously compromising, and public, position, Jessica is left with no choice but to […]