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Liz Carlyle: Wicked All Day

Miss Zoë Armstrong is beautiful, charming, rich—and utterly unmarriageable.  So, while she may be the ton’s most sparkling diamond, her choice of husbands looks more like a list of  London’s most unsavory fortune hunters.  Since a true-love marriage seems impossible, Zoë has accepted—no, embraced—her role as society’s most incomparable flirt and mischief-maker . . . … Continue reading

Liz Carlyle: Tempted All Night

“Even the most careful lady can be swayed by a scoundrel . . . Lady Phaedra Northampton is a proper English miss—but burdened by a dark secret.  She’s buried her shame in running her wealthy brother, Lord Nash’s, households while hiding behind a sharp wit and dull wardrobe . . . until a reckless village … Continue reading

One Little Sin, Two Little Lies: Liz Carlyle

I haven’t read Three Little Secrets yet, but don’t plan on rushing out to my favorite used book stores or surfing Better Than Chocolate Books anytime soon for it. In the past I have raved about Liz Carlyle’s series.  Unfortunately, this one did very little for me. And more unfortunately is that I can’t really … Continue reading

Never Lie to a Lady

Truer words have seldom been uttered. Liz Carlyle’s first book of the “Never” series (and the last one I read) is a good introduction to Carlyle so start here. Here is the story (courtesy of Carlyle’s website with some editing): “The notorious Marquis of Nash is a creature of the night; his wealth and his … Continue reading

Liz Carlyle

So, I keep forgetting to add someone who I think has potential to my want list when trading with my book buddy. Liz Carlyle.  Remember that, Mom. Especially since this is soon to happen: Book 3– July 2008, I read Never Deceive a Duke and although did not become a Carlyle convert, certainly found my … Continue reading