Books by Juliana Gray

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A Most Extraordinary Pursuit

Having previously enjoyed Juliana Gray’s historical romances, I was intrigued when I learned she would be venturing into the sub-genre of historical mysteries with her latest series.  It is connected to her Princess in Hiding books by virtue of the fact that the plot of A Most Extraordinary Pursu ...

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The Duke of Olympia Meets His Match

Juliana Gray neatly bridges the gap between her recent Princesses in Hiding series and her forthcoming one in this novella featuring the Machiavellian Duke of Olympia. In the earlier books, readers were introduced to this distinguished, powerful, older man as he pulled strings behind the scenes in o ...

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How to School Your Scoundrel

This is the third and final book in Ms Gray’s A Princess in Hiding trilogy, in which three royal sisters have to flee their homeland following a revolution. The princesses are transported to England where their uncle, the powerful Duke of Olympia arranges for them to go into hiding disguised as yo ...

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How to School Your Scoundrel

I once took an English class on Shakespeare and his works. We read a couple plays and sonnets as a class, but for our final project we were directed to split into groups and choose a play to read and present on our own. More than half of the works selected had characters cross-dressing or wearing va ...

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How to Master Your Marquis

This is the second book in Ms Gray’s Princess in Hiding series which features three royal sisters from a small Germanic principality who have been smuggled to England to evade threats to their lives. I have to say that “girls in breeches” is probably my least favourite trope of all, but having ...

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How to Tame Your Duke

Juliana Grey's writing in How to Tame Your Duke flows beautifully and she does a lovely job of painting pictures with her words. However, while the writing works from a stylistic perspective, much of one's enjoyment of this book will hinge on one's ability to suspend disbelief. And as I read, I jus ...

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A Gentleman Never Tells

There was sufficient buzz surrounding Juliana Gray's "debut" novel (she writes under a different name) that I was particularly excited to review A Gentleman Never Tells. I haven't read the first book in the trilogy, but this second novel lives up to the author's reputation. Six ...