Books by Amelia Grey

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To the Duke, With Love

To the Duke, With Love is the second book in Amelia Grey’s Rakes of St. James series and is both my first - and probably last - book by this author.  This is wallpaper historical romance by numbers, and I suppose the alarm bells should really have started ringing when I realised that the hero – ...

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Last Night with the Duke

Amelia Grey doesn’t really get her new Rakes of St. James series off to a good start.  Last Night with the Duke has all of the romantic elements of a fairly average story but what brings its rating down is the listless way everything unfolds.  It’s romance without the romanticism and a love af ...

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Mistletoe, Mischief and the Marquis

‘Tis the season for sugary-sweet holiday stories on my e-reader.  Author Amelia Grey brings that Christmas spirit into her novella Mistletoe, Mischief and the Marquis with cute kids, a snowy setting and a yuletide gathering of friends.  I would have to be a Grinch not to enjoy this kind of story ...

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The Earl Claims a Bride

When a trilogy is called The Heirs Club of Scoundrels, who can resist? I love a good Regency, and I love a good scoundrel, so what could possibly go wrong? Plus, we have a feisty heroine with a scheme, scoundrel friends of the hero, and a small pack of stray dogs. Then there's the whole arranged mar ...

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The Rogue Steals a Bride

Sometimes my initial impression of a book is incorrect. Usually, that’s a good thing, when my first thoughts about a book are negative and then things improve. In The Rogue Steals a Bride, though, it was the opposite. What started out as an interesting, light-hearted book, went downhill quite quic ...

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A Duke to Die For

At the risk of sounding like a total bitch and reaping mounds of wrath, I’ll just say it: It’s books like this that make a mockery of the romance genre. Henrietta’s guardians are cursed: they just keep dying. Now she’s left to the last one on her father’s will, the Duk ...

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A Dash of Scandal

Maybe Sylvester the Cat said it best: "Thame old, thame old." The heroine is an anonymous gossip columnist. There's a thief on the loose - the Mad Ton Thief, believe it or not. The heroine cries virtue ad nauseam while kissing the hero at every turn and suddenly (and inexplicably) suggesting t ...

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Never a Bride

"He has a scar on the back of his neck." According to the back cover blurb, that's what Mirabella Whittingham knows about a man she thinks is responsible for the death of her best friend. So what does our intrepid heroine do? She decides to kiss all the men who danced with her friend in order to fee ...