Historical Romance

Review: Lady Be Good By Meredith Duran

Review: Lady Be Good By Meredith Duran

  So What Did I Think Of Lady Be Good By Meredith Duran?   This story had really great drama and premise, from the beginning there was action and exciting things going on that kept my interest throughout. There was mystery and plotting that built up nicely...

Review: All The Ways To Ruin A Rogue by Sophie Jordan

Review: All The Ways To Ruin A Rogue by Sophie Jordan

  So What Did I Think Of All The Ways To Ruin a Rogue by Sophie Jordan? I've read the first story in the series A Good Debutante's Guide to Ruin and liked it so was interested in reading the next book in the series and I'm happy to say that I really enjoyed All...

Review: Rules for a Proper Governess by Jennifer Ashley

Review: Rules for a Proper Governess by Jennifer Ashley

  So What Did I Think Of Rules for a Proper Governess by Jennifer Ashley?   The drama was awesome, intense and captivating with multiple issues that kept grabbing my attention. Them dealing with their differences in class, Sinclair dealing with the tragedy...

Book Review: The Dark Affair by Maire Claremont

Book Review: The Dark Affair by Maire Claremont

The Dark Affair was a deep emotional story that defiantly pulled me in. With James Powers being held in an asylum dealing with some seriously heart breaking issues that led him down a dark path. Things was so dark and deep that at a point I was worried if James would...

Review: Eleven Scandals to Start to Win a Duke’s Heart

Ever since I picked up MacLean’s first historical romance Nine Rules To Break When Romancing a Rake I was instantly drawn into her world of English society and passion. In the third book to her Love by Numbers series the focus is on Juliana, the younger sister of twin...

Defiant Review

In this new historical romance tale by Kris Kennedy I’m immediately drawn into the drama in a race against time as a war is brewing and a kingdom is in danger. I didn’t really know what to expect from this story since it is the first that I have read from Ms. Kennedy...

Earl of Darkness Review

  A tasty treat Earl of Darkness by Alix Rickloff was an entertaining story filled with magic and danger at every turn. Cat, the main character is a down on her luck thief who takes a job as a favor for her friend and partner.  When she breaks into the house to...

The Border Vixen

Being thrown back into time of the sixteenth century Scotland we’re following Margaret “Mad Maggie” Kerr who at 17 years old find her self having to marry in order for her to keep the borderlands, a strip of land that connects Scotland and England, in the Kerr...

How Many Ways Can You Adore Me?

In Sarah MacLean's newest tale she was able to capture all the magic, adventure and steamy hot romance that her made her first historical romance such a success. In this story we now focus on Gabriel's twin brother Nicholas St. John who we met briefly in the first...

My Mother’s Daughter

I was quickly swept into Celia and Jonathan's world with all the trials and tribulations that they had to face in rigidly strict world of eighteenth century London with all of societies rules and regulations. Celia being the daughter of a famous courtesan and Jonathan...

In The Wild

Review Out in the wildlife of the famous Yellowstone National Park in 1904, Maggie finds herself away from the comfort of her wealthy Newport life with all the parties, social appearances and friends.  She’s placed on the adventure of her life with her father to find...

Nine Rules To Break When Romancing A Rake

While I usually don’t read Historical Romances, I have to say that lately I’ve been really shocked at the good historical romances I’ve been reading, including this one. I was totally intrigued in reading the synopsis on the back because one of the things that I don’t...