Category: Caz

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...

My Once and Future Duke (The Wagers of Sin #1) by Caroline Linden

Review by Caz Caroline Linden writes the most wonderful character-driven romances, and she’s a favourite author of mine. Whenever I want to read something I know will be beautifully and intelligently written, with a gorgeous hero and a heroine I can root for, she’s someone I know I can rely on to deliver something that will hit the spot, and...

VIRTUAL TOUR: Lord Ravenscar’s Inconvenient Betrothal (Wild Lords and Innocent Ladies #2) by Lara Temple

Review by Caz In this second book of Lara Temple’s Wild Lords and Innocent Ladies series, attention turns to Alan Rothwell, Marquess of Ravenscar, a former officer who, along with his friends Lord Hunter (Lord Hunter’s Cinderella Heiress) and Lord Stanton fought in Spain and Portugal and is a veteran of Waterloo. All three gentlemen are handsome, wealthy and have cut...

A Duke in the Night (Devils of Dover #1) by Kelly Bowen

Review by Caz In the years since the publication of her début novel, Kelly Bowen has become an auto-read author and has a few books on my keeper shelf. Her writing is assured and intelligent, she comes up with intriguing, well thought-out plots, and her characters are engaging and often just that bit different to the norm for the genre....

The Captain’s Disgraced Lady (The Chadcombe Marriages #2) by Catherine Tinley

Review by Caz The Captain’s Disgraced Lady is Catherine Tinley’s second novel, and tells the story of a young woman whose family history has always been shrouded in mystery and an army officer who is so haunted by the things he has seen and done that he believes himself defiled.  It’s not an especially original plotline, but it’s generally handled...

The Lady Flees Her Lord by Ann Lethbridge

Purchase Now from Amazon Driven to despair by her husband’s endless abuse and ridicule, Lucinda, Lady Denbigh, can endure no more. With no one to turn to, she flees London to take quiet refuge in the countryside, determined to build a new life of her own. Posing as a widow, she finds a small cottage to lease on the far...

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Scandal at the Christmas Ball by Marguerite Kaye and Bronwyn Scott

Purchase Now from Amazon One Christmas house party leads to two Regency love affairs!  A Governess for Christmas by Marguerite Kaye  At the glittering Brockmore house party, former army major Drummond MacIntosh meets governess in disgrace Joanna Forsythe, who’s desperate to clear her name. Both are eager to put their pasts behind them, but their scandalous affair will make for a...

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Snowdrift and Other Stories by Georgette Heyer

Purchase Now from Amazon Previously titled Pistols for Two, this collection includes three of Heyer’s earliest short stories, published together in book form for the very first time. A treat for all fans of Georgette Heyer, and for those who love stories full of romance and intrigue. Affairs of honour between bucks and blades, rakes and rascals; affairs of the...

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RETRO REVIEW: Miss Truelove Beckons by Donna Lea Simpson

Purchase Now from Amazon When Truelove Becket’s betrothed went missing in a naval battle, she vowed never to marry unless she found someone she loved as much. In the seven years since then, the quiet vicar’s daughter has lived a simple and contented life helping the poor people of her village. But now another man has asked for her hand...

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Caught by the Scot (Made to Marry #1) by Karen Hawkins

Purchase Now from Amazon When the dark Duke of Hamilton loses his beloved wife, he heeds her dying wish that he make certain her three brothers marry well for she fears they are all headed to ruin. Heartsick, the Duke approaches the task with a heavy hand, ordering the three brothers to marry within three months or forego their inheritance....

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