Review: Fool Me Twice by Meredith Duran

Fool Me Twice Meredith Duran Rules for the Reckless series#2

Book two in Meredith Duran’s Rules for the Reckless series is about Alastair de Grey.  Alastair is in book one, That Scandalous Summer, and he is not a very likable character.  He found out his late wife cuckolded him and gave away political secrets but his attitude towards his brother and brother’s wife do not […]

Review: Wallflower Gone Wild by Maya Rodale

Wallflower Gone Wild by Maya Rodale

Olivia Archer has spent four seasons on the marriage mart. Four. The only thing to come out of those four seasons are embarrassing nicknames like Prissy Missy and London’s Least Likely to Cause a Scandal. Having spent her life following the rules taught by her mother and the finishing school she attended hasn’t worked to get […]

Review: Night of Pleasure by Delilah Marvelle

Night of Pleasure (final) @ 2700 high res

He stared down at her, his head, his heart and his body pulsing. He’d never felt anything like it, but those alluring eyes made him want to grab her and bite down hard. He inclined his head. “Good afternoon, Miss Grey. How are you?” Derek Holbrook, Viscount Banfield, and his intended met the night of […]

Review: The Bride Says Maybe by Cathy Maxwell

The Bride Says Maybe (The Brides of Wishmore #2)

The Bride Says Maybe is the second book in The Brides of Wishmore series by Cathy Maxwell. My main complaint about the first book, The Bride Says No ,was that it was all over the place as far as POVs and the woman who was supposed to be the main character, Lady Aileen, took such a […]

Review: When the Duke Was Wicked by Lorraine Heath

When the Duke Was Wicked by Lorraine Heath

Being a fan of Lorraine Heath and learning that her newest series would be about the children of the characters from her Scoundrels of St. James series I was instantly hooked and couldn’t wait to get my hands on this book. As soon as it was offered for review I jumped at it and requested immediately. But then […]

Review: The Gentleman’s Madness by Bonnie Dee and Summer Devon

The Gentleman's Madness by Summer Devon

Blurb: “An imprisoned heart finds escape in forbidden love. “ No pride. No privacy. No hope. Academic John Gilliam thought being caught embracing another man was the worst that could happen. Until he agrees to “treatment” at an asylum, where a vicious attack leaves him shaken and afraid. But having all means of writing or […]

Review: The Bride Says No by Cathy Maxwell

The Bride Says No by Cathy Maxwell

I usually start my reviews with a summary in my own words and then move on to how I felt about the romance, plot, characters, etc. I’m going to do things a bit different with this review. Blurb from Goodreads: Lady Aileen never thought she’d be in this position—falling in love with her sister’s betrothed! […]

Review: No Good Duke Goes Unpunished by Sarah MacLean

No Good Duke Goes Unpunished by Sarah MacLean

He opened the door wide and turned back to face her, this woman who had changed his life. Who had ruined his life. William started out life with everything, the world at his feet, titled and handsome, until  he wakes up one morning in his soon to be stepmother’s bed covered in blood. Now he’s Temple, one of […]

Review: The Rogue’s Proposal by Jennifer Haymore

The Rogue's Proposal (House of Trent #2) by Jennifer Haymore

“Are you afraid?” he asked softly.  “I don’t believe this will be a journey for the fearful.” If someone made me choose my favorite romance genre I would probably have to say historical romance but that is also the genre I am most picky about.  I only have a handful of authors I regularly read […]