Coming Soon… in June

It's time to look ahead to see what books we're most excited about reading in June. As usual, we've a wide variety of choices, although it seems there's a bit of a consensus about our [...]

By | May 22nd, 2017|6 Comments

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The Runabout

Pamela Morsi’s Wild Oats was a delightful read that put a fun twist on the trope of a woman being delivered an indecen ...

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From Duke Till Dawn

From Duke Till Dawn changes the perspective usually seen in historical romance.  Most times the story is told through t ...

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Black Tie Optional

It’s no secret that the Marriage of Convenience is my favourite trope when it comes to historical romance.  But it’ ...

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It's You

I have loved Jane Porter’s women’s fiction since I read the almost autobiographical Flirting with Forty and Odd Mom ...

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The Lady Travelers Guide to Scoundrels & Other Gentlemen

The Lady Travelers Guide to Scoundrels & Other Gentlemen might well win an award for being the longest title in hist ...

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The Mistress of Normandy (aka The Lily and the Leopard)

Everyone who reads historical romance has a favorite period that they love time-warping back to again and again.  Mine ...

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From Duke Till Dawn by Eva Leigh

From Duke Till Dawn changes the perspective usually seen in historical romance.  Most times the story is told through the viewpoint of the rich, where the mansions, ballrooms and men’s clubs of London are standard fare.  Author Eva Leigh takes all of that glamour and turns it on its ear to show how isolated from real life that perspective is.  Along the way she opens up a whole new side of the city, full of shady characters living by their wits and entertainments that feed the sensual desir ...