Books by Tracy Anne Warren

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Bedchamber Games

This final book in the Rakes of Cavendish Square trilogy features Lord Lawrence Byron, the twin brother of Lord Leo whose story was told in the first instalment, The Bedding Proposal.  I enjoyed both that and the previous book (Happily Bedded Bliss) enough to want to read this final one, even thoug ...

B
Happily Bedded Bliss

I’ve been eagerly awaiting Happily Bedded Bliss since I read the first book in Tracy Anne Warren’s Rakes of Cavendish Square (The Bedding Proposal) last year. That book was a compelling read that was quite dark in places, given the treatment doled out to the divorced heroine, both by her ex-husb ...

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The Bedding Proposal

There are a couple of things about The Bedding Proposal which immediately mark it as something “a bit different” in terms of an historical romance. Firstly, the heroine is seven years older than the hero (he’s twenty-five, she’s thirty-two) and secondly – and most importantly – the heroi ...

D
The Man Plan

I generally like books by Tracy Anne Warren, which is why I requested this book to begin with. Unfortunately, this book hit quite a few of my “ick” triggers and I just could not get past them enough to enjoy the story. Ivy Grayson has loved James Jordan since she was a little girl. ...

B+
The Trouble with Princesses

This is the third and final book in Ms Warren’s Princess Brides trilogy, and the story focuses on Princess Ariadne of Nordenbourg, who has decided that she will tread a less conventional path than her friends Mercedes and Emmaline, the heroines of the previous two books. The Troubl ...

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At the Duke's Pleasure

For some plots to work, the reader needs to suspend their disbelief a bit. Sometimes the only time you can enjoy a story is if you just accept that a character is acting illogically – but without that lack of rational thought, there wouldn’t be a plot. You acknowledge, accept, and enjoy. At t ...

C+
Seduced By His Touch

Lord Jack Byron lost a great deal of money in a card game and the only way he can pay up is to marry his creditor's spinster daughter, Grace Danvers. The father (a mega-rich tradesman) wants the best for his girl, and demands that Jack court her and make her fall in love with him. (Because obvious ...

C+
Tempted by His Kiss

When I started Tempted by His Kiss, I'll admit to feeling some skepticism. Innocent, moderately childlike, delicate little blonde heroines generally aren't my thing. I find this especially true when they are paired with older, brooding heroes since there's something about the scenario that seems v ...

B
My Fair Mistress

Two of my least favorite historical romance themes are “the martyr” and the cross-class romance. However, Tracy Anne Warren’s storytelling may cause me to rethink my likes and dislikes because, despite these cliched ideas, I found My Fair Mistress to be an intriguing story. Lady Julianna Hawt ...

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The Wedding Trap

European Historicals are what hooked me on romance reading in the first place, but it’s getting to the point where I am afraid to try a new author. I guess I’ve just read one too many by authors who seemed to be trying (and failing) to be Julia Quinn. Relative newcomer Tracy Anne Warren seemed l ...