Tagged with clean romance

Candace Hern: A Garden Folly

 After so much sugary temptation over the holidays, I confess I developed a bit of a sweet tooth.  So, even after reading several other “clean” Regencies, I dived into the Candace Hern bookshelf to find the next read. A Garden Folly was in keeping with this month’s randomly met theme of disguises.  This time, its the Duke who … Continue reading

Jacqueline Diamond: Lady in Disguise

Don’t be fooled by the rather tatty covers of Jacqueline Diamond’s ebooks (the one above is the best version, below the worst) In the new style, author Jacqueline Diamond is going through her stacks (presumably now free from publisher copyright) and republishing many of her Regency romances in epub and ebook format.  I was hooked … Continue reading

Louise Armstrong: Love’s Gamble

Louise Armstrong’s Love’s Gamble is a short and sweet Regency retreat.  Although a touch of the colloquialisms that drive some readers bonkers, I found this to be thoroughly enjoyable and new story that could be read in a sitting. It starts out at the country home with three sisters who, through turns of fortune, are … Continue reading