Tag: Historical

Review: What a Difference a Duke Makes by Lenora Bell

Review: What a Difference a Duke Makes by Lenora Bell

What a Difference a Duke Makes starts Lenora Bell’s School for Dukes series off with a bang. I have enjoyed every single book that I’ve read by Lenora Bell and after finishing this book, my enjoyment of her books hasn’t stopped. Edgar Rochester is the Duke of Banksford and he has two kids out of […]

Guest Lightning Review: Midsummer Delights by Eloisa James

Guest Lightning Review: Midsummer Delights by Eloisa James

I won’t go into detail as the blurbs give you more than a good idea of what each story is about.  This is a grouping of three very short stories by Eloisa James.  They are very cute, and I enjoyed all of them, but they were so short that just when I was starting to […]

Guest Review: Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller

Guest Review: Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller

Catherine is devastated when her father dies but shocked when her third cousin, once removed, a man she fell in love with two years earlier, becomes the new baron and moves into her house.  She’s even more shocked when she finds out that her father spent all their money and they were left with almost […]

Joint Review: Hello Stranger by Lisa Kleypas

Joint Review: Hello Stranger by Lisa Kleypas

Hello Stranger is the fourth book in Lisa Kleypas’ Ravenels series and it follows, Dr. Garrett Gibson and Mr. Ethan Ransom. Both characters were introduced in the previous books and both characters are linked to the Ravenels in different ways. Dr. Garrett Gibson is the only female doctor in England and she’s one busy woman. […]

Guest Review: What a Difference a Duke Makes by Lenora Bell

Guest Review: What a Difference a Duke Makes by Lenora Bell

Mari is desperate.  She’s traveled to London to take a post as a governess but on her way she stops to help a child from getting hit by a carriage and ends up being late to the agency.  The lady who runs the governess agency tells her in no uncertain terms that if she can’t […]