I’m a big fan of Lara Temple’s capable heroines and rakish heroes, and her latest book serves up both in a fantastic Regency romance!Continue reading “Review: A Match for the Rebellious Earl”
Review: The Duke Heist
If you’ve been with me for a while, you’ll know I’m a fan of Erica Ridley’s historical romances, and this new series starter is one of her most fun yet!
Review: Unexpectedly Wed to the Officer
I really loved the first book in the Regency Belles of Bath series, An Unconventional Countess (review here) so I was thrilled to be offered the chance to review the second book early – and it’s just as delightful!
Blog Tour: Would I Lie To The Duke
I loved My Fake Rake, the first book in Eva Leigh’s Union of the Rakes series, which spices up Regency romance with pop culture references from the 1980s, so I’m really excited to be on the blog tour for book two, Would I Lie To The Duke!
Review: The Wallflower Wager
The Governess Game is one of my all-time favourite romances, so I was excited to read the next book in the series!
Review: Scot Under The Covers
Remember how much I adored It’s Getting Scot In Here? Well, Suzanne Enoch is back with the sequel, the equally pun-tastic Scot Under The Covers, and it’s just as amazing!
Review: A Duke Is Never Enough
The second book in Darcy Burke’s new Spitfire Society series is out on Tuesday, and it’s a great read for a cosy afternoon in!
It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of Stephanie Burgis’s Harwood Spellbook series, which combines Regency romance, magic and feminism into wonderfully cozy, comforting, enjoyable reads. The newest novella in the series, Moontangled, is out today!
Review: An Unconventional Countess
After two excellent five-star reads, it’s safe to say Jenni Fletcher has become a favourite romance author – An Unconvential Countess is her newest book, and the start of a new series set in Bath!
Review: Dukes, Actually
For Christmas 2018, we got the first four books in Erica Ridley’s The Twelve Dukes of Christmas series – for 2019, we got four more! My review is somewhat belated, but despite the series name, these are definitely not so festive you couldn’t read them all year round!