Tagged with Victoria Alexander

Victoria Alexander: The Virgin’s Secret

“Even the least sensible woman knew, upon meeting his gaze, that here was a man who was more than he might at first appear, who might steal the heart of even the most resistant woman. But oh, what a lovely theft! Adventurer Nathanial Harrington would never steal another man’s discovery. And he’d never be so … Continue reading

Victoria Alexander: Seduction of a Proper Gentlemen

I am now convinced that Victoria Alexander might write some of the best love scenes (making love, that is) around.  Evidence: Seduction of a Proper Gentlemen. Its a delightful country romp with a bit of magic and amnesia mixed in to throw our hero and heroine together.  And although I think the title should have … 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

Author Review: Victoria Alexander

I can always spot a Victoria Alexander from an aisle away. Mostly because her book covers are always beautiful (and usually sport a nifty stepback so that I can get a little help imagining the characters). But beyond the beautiful cover, I often lose myself in the world painted by Alexander. Reluctant rakes, mischievious debutantes, … Continue reading