Tag: Historical

Guest Review: When a Duke Loves a Woman by Lorraine Heath

Guest Review: When a Duke Loves a Woman by Lorraine Heath

Gillie Trewlove is a tavern owner in Whitechapel with no plans to ever marry.  She loves her tavern and she knows if she got married it would be handed over to her husband. Not happening.  One night she’s taking out the trash in the back alley and comes across a man being robbed and assaulted. […]

Review: Devil in Spring by Lisa Kleypas

Review: Devil in Spring by Lisa Kleypas

Devil in Spring is the third book in the Ravenels series. I didn’t read the previous two books in the series, and I don’t feel I suffered for it. This stands alone well. Pandora has no intention of ever marrying. She knows she’s considered peculiar by the Ton, but she doesn’t mind. She’s biding her […]

Guest Review: More or Less a Countess by Anna Bradley

Guest Review: More or Less a Countess by Anna Bradley

Nicholas Balfour, the Earl of Dare hates England. He’s been in Italy for years, since his brother died, and he never wanted to return.  Now his father is dead and he returns to England to assume the title.  Unfortunately his aunt holds all of the purse strings and she’s demanding he stay in England, find […]

Throwback Thursday Review: How to Abduct a Highland Lord by Karen Hawkins

Throwback Thursday Review: How to Abduct a Highland Lord by Karen Hawkins

Every Thursday, we’ll be posting throwback reviews of our favorite and not-so-favorite books. Enjoy! Rowena: Man, it’s crazy how long we’ve been blogging. I forget that it wasn’t always just Holly, myself and Casee. We’ve had a whole team here that has changed over the years and when I came across this review from our […]

Guest Review: Born to Be Wilde by Eloisa James

Guest Review: Born to Be Wilde by Eloisa James

Lavinia has had a thing for Parth since she met him.  Sure, she’s managed to tell herself that it’s really nothing to get excited about but when she proposes marriage to him in order to save her family’s finances, and he turns her down, she realizes her feelings were deeper than she thought.  She’s hurt […]