Books by Sharon Page

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The Worthington Wife

This sequel to An American Duchess focuses on Julia Hazelton, sister to the hero of that book. Julia reacts to the lively atmosphere of the 1920s by trying to help others, seeking to use her dowry to enrich the lives of women widowed by the first war. Older brother Nigel, still the stuffy sort, t ...

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The Club

When I read historical romance, I read it for two things – the history and the romance, both of which must be believable. In The Club there is little of either, and what is there is farfetched. To find a missing friend, Jane St. Giles, Lady Sherringham, is willing to take extrao ...

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Sin

Can an erotic romance have too much sex? I didn't used to think so, but I do now. Sin has so much sex and so little plot that it went from arousing to boring, the death knell of any erotic novel. The impetus for the non-sexual action in Sin comes from Lydia Harcourt, a Harriet Wilson-type aging ...

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A Gentleman Seduced

In Sharon Page’s Regency-set A Gentleman Seduced, Diana is about to marry Stephen, a gentleman to be sure, but a seemingly passionless one. He’s never even tried to kiss Diana on the mouth. So before settling into dull, staid respectability, Diana wants one sensual adventure. Luckily for her ...