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The Tenacious Miss Tamerlane: Kasey Michaels

Part of Kasey Michaels “Regency Classics: Alphabet Series” I dove into The Tenacious Miss Tamerlane ready for a funny romp. This gem of a novel did not disappoint.  With laugh out loud funny banter, some very eccentric supporting characters, and a quiz of a heroine (Miss Tansy Tamerlane) you will love this book from start … Continue reading

Top Ten Historical Romance Series

As we look forward to long Autumn days and cold winter nights, its time to start stockpiling.  I love series romance during the Fall and Winter months, when I am less distracted by the weather and nights get darker sooner. In no specific order, here are ten of my all time favorite (and re-read again … Continue reading

Brenda Joyce: Deadly Vows

The triumphant return of Francesca Cahill to the page leaves fans like me breathless.   Joyce holds no punches as familiar characters light up on the morning of Fran’s marriage to the devastatingly wicked Calder Hart. We finally find out the fate of the scandalous painting…and delve more into the secondary character love stories.  And although … Continue reading

Christina Dodd: The Governess Bride Series

                      Set around 1839, a trio of ladies boldly enter in a business venture…an academy for Governesses. In the first of the series, Rules of Surrender, Dodd spins a tale of a governess sent to manage a group of unruly children…only to find their father … Continue reading

Christina Dodd: The Switching Places Series

Scandalous Again…. Two exquisite cousins must exchange identities in a scandalous deception. Madeline de Lacy, the duchess of Magnus, prides herself on being one of the most sensible young women in England, which is why she can’t believe that, in a turn of the cards, her noble father has losthis entire estate — and her! … Continue reading

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

Lisa Kleypas: Love in the Afternoon

If you have read the Hathaway series, you will be excited to read Beatrix, the lovable little clepto’s story.  If not, you can still jump right in to Love in the Afternoon without too much confusion. Beatrix has grown up and is still living at home; more comfortable with animals than people, she has resigned … Continue reading

Candace Camp: The Matchmaker Series

As with many of the series I read and review, I started this one somewhere in the middle with The Wedding Challenge. The Duke’s sister, Callie, finds herself inexplicably drawn to the mysterious Earl of Bromwell.  And Brom seems to have it out for the Duke, despite having the hots for his sister. Clandestine meetings, … Continue reading