Books by Blair Bancroft

C-
Lady Silence

Lady Silence has an interesting premise, a very busy plot, and a hero and heroine lacking in chemistry. The opening chapter grabbed me instantly, but the book never regained momentum. When Damon Farr is about to leave and join the Army, his butler comes to him with a problem. A p ...

D
The Lady and the Cit

Aurelia Trevor inherited her family home, Pevensey Park, after her father died, but her uncle, also her guardian, has control of it until she reaches age 25 or marries. Afraid that under her uncle's dubious care, the estate will be ruined long before four years are up, she decides to marry. There ...

B
The Harem Bride

I’ve always liked any kind of story about people who marry without knowing each other well, for whatever reason, and who must then find a way to make their marriage work. The Harem Bride is a charming example of the species. We meet Penelope Blayne as she rides through a storm ...

C+
A Season for Love

This book isn't perfect, but it's different. I picked it up after reading the back cover because it sounded interesting. It's actually nothing like the back cover, which makes the book sound like a single love story. There are actually two romances for the price of one here, and both get equal weigh ...

B-
The Major Meets His Match

The Major Meets His Match has lots of excellent elements: An exciting story, an intelligent hero, a forthright heroine, a totally delightful teenage boy who is the target of assassins, a clergyman who is sort of "Mr. Collins lite," and much more. The only thing it lacks is a couple who made a good c ...

B-
The Indifferent Earl

Miss Abigail Todd journeys from Boston to England to claim an inheritance from a mysterious relative, and she is surprised to find herself falling in love with the man society has termed The Indifferent Earl. This is Blair Bancroft's first Signet Regency, and while it has its flaws, overall it is en ...