Tag: Historical

Guest Review: Once Upon a Maiden Lane by Elizabeth Hoyt

Guest Review: Once Upon a Maiden Lane by Elizabeth Hoyt

Mary Whitsun is a nursemaid to Lord and Lady Caire’s children (Wicked Intentions, Maiden Lane #1).  She was raised at the Home for Unfortunate Infants and Foundling Children and when old enough had moved on to employment.  She was happy where she was and on the day that our  book begins she just wants to […]

Guest Review: Romancing the Scot by May McGoldrick

Guest Review: Romancing the Scot by May McGoldrick

Grace and her father are in Antwerp having just gotten off of a ship from the colonies.  When their baggage carriage turns up at their inn without their trunks Grace goes down to see what happened.  When she returns to her room she finds her father dead and people searching her room. She runs and […]

Guest Review: Enchanted by the Highlander by Lecia Cornwall

Guest Review: Enchanted by the Highlander by Lecia Cornwall

Gillian is fascinated by John Erly, an Englishman and the Captain of her brother-in-law’s army.  Gillian has always been quiet and shy and because of this she has let her family think and speak for her for her whole life.  When Gillian has the opportunity at a masquerade ball to be an unknown she takes […]

Guest Review: The Scandalous Flirt by Olivia Drake

Guest Review: The Scandalous Flirt by Olivia Drake

Aurora Paxton had it all.  Beautiful, vivacious – having the time of her life during her first season.  That all came to a crashing halt when she was found in a compromising position with an Italian diplomat, Stefano.  When her father demanded that Stefano marry Rory, Stefano admitted to having a wife back in Italy.  […]

Guest Review: The Right Kind of Rogue by Valerie Bowman

Guest Review: The Right Kind of Rogue by Valerie Bowman

Meg has been in love with Hart since she was 16 years old.  She wants nothing more than to be with him but she knows it’s hopeless.  Their parents are enemies and barely tolerate Meg’s friendship with Hart’s sister, Sarah.  Also, Meg is a wallflower with no dowry as her father has gambled it away.  […]