Author: Caz

RETRO REVIEW: Seduce Me at Sunrise (The Hathaways #2) by Lisa Kleypas

Review by Hollis Jade Being relatively new to the historical romance genre, and thus totally overwhelmed by the selection and substantial backlists of all the Must Read Authors, it’s taken a few years for me to get caught up on some of the books that are absolute staples and longtime favourites of so many readers. Which is why you see...

VIRTUAL TOUR: Unmasked by the Marquess (Regency Imposters #1) by Cat Sebastian

The one you love… Robert Selby is determined to see his sister make an advantageous match. But he has two problems: the Selbys have no connections or money and Robert is really a housemaid named Charity Church. She’s enjoyed every minute of her masquerade over the past six years, but she knows her pretense is nearing an end. Charity needs...

The Duke Who Ravished Me (Rebellious Brides #4) by Diana Quincy

Review by Jenny Q If you’ve read the previous books in Diana Quincy’s Rebellious Brides series, you’re familiar with Adam Fairfax, Duke of Sunderford, or Sinful Sunny, as he is known in the society columns. An unapologetic libertine who revels in hosting orgies in his palatial town house, he can’t understand what’s come over the friends who used to join...

RETRO REVIEW: The Soldier’s Scoundrel (Turner Series #1) by Cat Sebastian

Review by Hollis Jade A romance between two people, or in this case two men, from different classes is one of my favourite tropes in the Historical Romance genre. And in The Soldier’s Scoundrel, Cat Sebastian takes it one step further by matching up the son of an earl, who is genteel and duty-bound, not to mention a battle-worn former...

From Courtesan to Convenient Wife (Matches Made in Scandal #2) by Marguerite Kaye

Review by Caz The four books in Marguerite Kaye’s new series, Matches Made in Scandal, are set in some of the world’s most exciting cities – St. Petersburg, Paris, Venice and London – and are all linked by a mysterious woman known only as The Procurer who specialises in helping young women whom life has dealt a poor hand and...

A Scot’s Surrender (The Townsends #3) by Lily Maxton

Review by Em A Scot’s Surrender is my first Lily Maxton book and though I didn’t love it, I liked it very much.  As a fan of queer historical romance, I’m always on the lookout for new authors to follow and it was a nice surprise to discover Ms. Maxton incorporating two queer characters, one of whom is unapologetically bisexual,...

RETRO REVIEW: A Seditious Affair (Society of Gentlemen #2) by K.J. Charles

Review by Hollis Jade I can’t remember how this book got on my radar or who recommended it but not only is this an excellent m/m romance but it’s one of the best historical romances I’ve ever read. It’s very political, as per the title, and yet easy to follow. I recently read a book by another author that dealt...

A Rogue of Her Own (Windham Brides #4) by Grace Burrowes

Review by Lady Wesley Regular readers of my reviews know that there is no place I would rather visit than Grace Burrowes’ Windham World, where Percival and Esther Windham, the Duke and Duchess of Moreland, preside over a gaggle of children, in-laws, grandchildren, and – in the Windham Brides series – four unmarried nieces. In the first three volumes of...

VIRTUAL TOUR: Lady in Waiting (The Reluctant Brides #1) by Marie Tremayne

She wants to escape her present . . . When Clara Mayfield helps her sister elope, she’s prepared for the scandal to seal her fate as a spinster. What she doesn’t expect is to find herself engaged to the vile Baron Rutherford as a means of salvaging her family’s reputation. Determined not to be chained to a man she loathes,...

The Ton’s Most Notorious Rake by Sarah Mallory

Review by Em I’ll admit I love a good rake and it’s a treat to witness the best ones fumble, bumble and stumble after meeting their one true love.  I had high hopes for The Ton’s Most Notorious Rake, but (to my chagrin), the version presented in Ms. Mallory’s book is actually a pretty great guy; his confused affection for...

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