Tagged with Judith McNaught

Top Ten Summer Vacation Reads (Historical Romance)

Thank goodness the winter has long last left. As the lazy days of summer creep closer, its time to pack your bags and get gone. Whether jetting off to some foreign destination, or simply taking a day trip to your local park, here is a list of my top ten summer vacation hist-ros.  Feel free … Continue reading

My Top Eight in Hist-Ro Contempo

My top eight contemporary historical romance novels (had to leave out Austen & Heyer…!).  These are the books you can enjoy again and again. Splendid by Julia Quinn.  I love stories of masquerades gone wrong, and this one is funny, warm and wonderful.  Read an excerpt here. The Gilded Web by Mary Balogh.  Mistaken identities … Continue reading

Whitney, My Love: Judith McNaught

Raised by a cold-hearted father, the wild and wildly infatuated Whitney is sent away to France to be “finished” by her Aunt and Uncle.  Under their kind and loving care, Whitney is allowed to blossom into a woman who has looks, wit, and is widely considered an Original.  Faithful to the memory of her first … Continue reading

Elizabeth Boyle: Love Letters from a Duke

Rags to Riches.  Mistaken identity.  Dukes.  Mayfair. Sounds like my kind of book! At least that’s what I thought as I plucked this one from the shelves a couple of months ago. I had read a few of Elizabeth Boyle’s novels before Love Letters, and found them to be satisfying reads. But let me tell … Continue reading