Top Ten Spring Hist-Ro Reads (in ebook form)

Must have oldies but goodies and new on the shelves hist-ro reads to get you in the mood for spring!

  1. The Gamekeeper’s Lady by Ann Lethbridge
    On sale date: Apr 1, 2011…this one sounds perfect for days indoors with the rain beating down, longing to get outside!  A natural aristro’s daughter and a bad boy Lord ala gamekeeper–hot!  Anything close to Lady Chatterly’s Lover gets a thumbs up in my book!… get this juicy Harlequin Historical as an ebook on their website and save 10%! 
  2. Jenna Petersen’s Rogue for a Night.  I love anything Jenna pens, and this one sounds like a spicy star crossed lovers Sunday.  Available only in ebook format, you can get your e-copy on Amazon.com.  Jenna reminds us that even if you don’t  have a reader, you can download an app to your phone.
  3. Eloisa James Storming the Castle is also a novella available only for download.  Related to her Fairy Tale series, its sure to be a pleasant escape for days spent by our weeping windows (I have rain on the brain, its a Pac NW thing)
  4. Georgette Heyer is notoriously hard to get a hold of in print, so click on over to Amazon and download yourself a copy of Cotillion.  Reported to be the funniest of Heyer novels, you can bet its getting downloaded on my phone as we speak.
  5. Matchmaker, matchmaker…spring fever comes!  Get yourself an e copy of Cousin Cecilia by Joan Smith and get in the spirit of the season. 
  6. A Prudent Match by Laura Matthews.  She’s afraid of his passion and wants to teach him romance…April showers bring May flowers, of course!
  7. Sense and Sensibility by the great Jane.  Get ready for the movie by brushing up on your Eleanor and Marianne.
  8. One Night is Never Enough by Anne Mallory.  Wicked rakehell meets Diamond.  Even better, she gets tossed him by her father after a loss at the card tables.  Yummy!
  9. Mary Balogh A Secret Affair.  I need to catch up on my Balogh, and this one looks delicious
  10. Intentions of the Earl by Rose Gordon is not only a bargain, its also a series…so you can easily read the first, love it, and then quickly download the second and third! 

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