Review: Once More, My Darling Rogue by Lorraine Heath

Once More, My Darling Rogue (Scandalous Gentlemen of St. James #2)

Despite my love for Lorraine Heath and her historical romances the beginning of Once More, My Darling Rogue left me a little cold. This is the second book in the Scandalous Gentlemen of St. James series, which is a spin-off of the Scoundrels of St. James series and while I was excited to get Drake […]

Review: Evernight by Kristen Callihan

Evernight by Kristen Callihan Darkest London series #5

Oh, but she was mad, mad, mad.  She stifled a cackle.  Holly Evernight, The Mad Scientist.  To think her cousin Sin used to call her Doctor Frankenstein to get a rise out of her. MINOR SPOILERS FOR SHADOWDANCE, THE PREVIOUS BOOK, AHEAD. In Shadowdance Holly Evernight is kidnapped by Amaros and forced to put a clockwork heart into Will […]

Review: What a Duke Dares by Anna Campbell

What a Duke Dares by Anna Campbell Sons of Sin series #3

Penelope Thorne and Camden Rothermere, Duke of Sedgemoor, have been friends since childhood.  When Cam decides to marry he asks the only woman he has ever liked.  They have known each other forever and will suit nicely.  Nicely enough to not bring the nasty l word into the equation.  Love has no part in Cam’s […]

Review: To Marry A Scottish Laird by Lynsay Sands

To Marry A Scottish Laird (An English Bride In Scotland #2)

To Marry A Scottish Laird has been  sitting on my TBR list for a while. I started it and only got to the end of the first chapter before I set it aside for a couple of weeks because of several must read now books that caught my attention and got me all distracted. To be fair, this happens to […]

Review: This Wicked Gift by Courtney Milan

The Wicked Gift by Courtney Milan

I have never been able to get a grasp on Courtney Milan’s books.  She has such a gift for writing and creating the perfect sentence and wording however I find that I need to be in a certain mood when I open one of her books.  I know when I start one, the story will be rich […]

Review: Sharp Love by Ava March

Sharp Love (Gambling on Love #2) by Ava March

Friends since childhood, William Drake and Jack Morgan have only ever had each other. Growing up in the slums of London, they had to scrap and scrape to get by, sometimes doing unsavory things, but somehow still managed to protect one another and give each other a measure of comfort. As they grew older Jack decided he wanted to […]

Review: Grim Shadows by Jenn Bennett

Grim Shadows (Roaring Twenties #2) by Jenn Bennett

After reading the first book in Jenn Bennett’s Roaring Twenties series, Bitter Spirits, my first thought was “why didn’t I pick this up sooner?” Such a great romance. Apparently when you mix bootleggers and speakeasies, ghosts and zombies, one sexy, freckled heroine and a big, scarred hero what you get is complete awesomeness. Set in […]

Review: The Accidental Duchess by Madeline Hunter

The Accidental Duchess by Madeline Hunter The Fairbourne Quartet series #4

Lydia Thornton is being blackmailed over her silly attempt at a book from many years ago.  The problem with the book is that, even though she was simply writing down what she observed, it could seem like she was spying for the enemy.  The spying could be explained away however she had also wrote some very embarrassing […]

Review: Confessions of a Royal Bridegroom by Vanessa Kelly

Confessions of a Royal Bridegroom by Vanessa Kelly

Griffin Steele, is a rich man who owns a brothel, and one night a baby boy is dropped off in a basket with a note that the baby is in danger. Justine, the goddaughter of his attorney, is brought in to help care for the baby, until everyone can figure out where the baby came from. […]

Review: Otherwise Engaged by Amanda Quick

Otherwise Engaged by Amanda Quick

Amity Doncaster is captured by the man London calls The Bridegroom.  She manages to escape but her would be murdered tells her exactly why he captured her.  Her recent meeting with Benedict Stanbridge has been all the talk of the gossips and The Bridegroom doesn’t want Amity to trap Benedict into something he doesn’t want. Contrary to […]