Tag: Historical

Guest Review: The Duke Buys a Bride by Sophie Jordan

Guest Review: The Duke Buys a Bride by Sophie Jordan

Marcus, the Duke of Autenberry, has gotten out of London and he’s more or less wandering the countryside trying to escape his woes. (I’m assuming his woes occurred in previous books but I didn’t read the previous books so I’m not sure.) He comes upon a village green one day and sees that there is […]

Review: Wicked and the Wallflower by Sarah MacLean

Review: Wicked and the Wallflower by Sarah MacLean

Sarah MacLean has a new series out and Wicked and the Wallflower is the first book from the The Bareknuckled Bastards series. The series follows a family of siblings that have one thing in common. They’re all linked to a Duke and they’re all bastards. Devon, aka Devil is the eldest of the bunch and […]

Guest Review: The Highlander’s Promise by Lynsay Sands

Guest Review: The Highlander’s Promise by Lynsay Sands

Aulay Buchanan was wounded in battle and his face severely scarred – the same battle that killed his twin brother.  Aulay’s betrothed at the time screamed in horror after looking at him and his facial scar and refused to marry him.  It’s been years since then, but Aulay is still effected by the thought of […]

Throwback Thursday Review: Seduction of a Highland Lass by Maya Banks

Throwback Thursday Review: Seduction of a Highland Lass by Maya Banks

Every Thursday in 2018, we’ll be posting throwback reviews of our favorite and not-so-favorite books. This review was originally posted on November 29, 2011. Where the first book in the series had more external conflict, this one has a lot more internal conflict. Alaric MacCabeis on his way to a neighboring clan to formally offer […]

Guest Review: How to Forget a Duke by Vivienne Lorret

Guest Review: How to Forget a Duke by Vivienne Lorret

The Bourne Matrimonial Agency is where the Crispin Montague, the Duke of Rydstrom goes when he decides he needs a wife.  The agency is run by three sisters, Jacinda, Ainsley and Briar Bourne, along with their uncle.  The uncle is the figurehead for the agency as the girls do all the work, but of course […]