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...

The Sins of Lord Lockwood (Rules for the Reckless #6) by Meredith Duran

Review by Lady Wesley I freely admit that not every Meredith Duran book has been my cup of tea, but in the Rules for the Reckless series she has impressed me beyond words. Literally. I find it difficult to write a proper review, when all I want to say is, “This book is great. Read it!” Our esteemed editor here...

SATURDAY SPOTLIGHT: The Devilish Duke by Maddison Michaels

Devlin Markham, the notorious “Devil Duke” of Huntington, needs a woman. And not just any woman. If he can’t woo one of the most eccentric bluestockings of the Ton within the month, he can kiss his hard-earned fortune goodbye. But he’s always thought love a wasted emotion and marriage an inconvenience at best. And oddly enough, Lady Sophie Wolcott seems...

Hazard (Rockliffe #5) by Stella Riley

Review by Em Stella Riley’s writing – the period detail, the mannerisms, the settings – and wonderful storytelling – plots, dialogue, characters – are par excellence.  Her Rockliffe novels are particularly smart and engaging with multiple plots and storylines that run throughout the series, and feature a terrific cast of primary and secondary characters.  Hazard is no different – although...

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....

SATURDAY SPOTLIGHT: Winning Violet (Flower Girls #1) by Becky Lower

Everything’s coming up roses for an English miss and an American gentleman in this delightful new series from the author of the Cotillion Ball saga! After British soldiers killed his wife and child during the War of 1812, Parker Sinclair vowed to never set foot on English soil. But as Thomas Jefferson’s landscaper, one must sometimes make the ultimate sacrifice....

VIRTUAL TOUR: The Trouble with True Love (Dear Lady Truelove #2) by Laura Lee Guhrke

Review by Lady Wesley This second installment in Laura Lee Guhrke’s Dear Lady Truelove series features the younger sister of Irene Deverill, the heroine of book one, The Truth About Love and Dukes. Clara Deverill is shy and retiring, the polar opposite of her sister who is off on her wedding trip with the Duke of Torquil. Irene – a...

RETRO REVIEW: Whitney, My Love (Westmorland Saga #2) by Judith McNaught

Review by Hollis Jade Having just closed the book (well, browser, it was an eBook) on Whitney, My Love, I’m left with so many feelings, some of them a little conflicted. I’d only just discovered Judith McNaught’s writing — quite literally — having read Kingdom of Dreams a few days ago but I couldn’t resist diving right into the second...

SATURDAY SPOTLIGHT: How to Ensnare a Highlander (The MacGregor Lairds #2) by Michelle McLean

When Lady Elizabet Harding’s family is targeted by the notorious Highland Highwayman, she finds herself wounded and an unwelcome guest of the charming outlaw who’d ruined her reputation earlier that day. Elizabet only wants to get even for her family’s downfall, but the more time she spends with the scoundrel, the more complicated her feelings become. By day, Laird John...

AUDIO REVIEW: Beguiled (Enlightenment #2) by Joanna Chambers – Narrated by Hamish McKinlay

Review by Em In real life (ha!), I’m a mom, wife and teacher. In my limited ‘me’ time, I read romance novels. And on those random (too few) afternoons when I have a car all to myself and no little ears listening in, I cue up romance on the Audible app; it’s a special treat and one I savor. The...

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