Books by Elena Greene

B+
Lady Dearing's Masquerade

This is a SuperRegency from Signet, which means it has a greater page count and more sensuality than your basic Regency, both of which Elena Greene puts to good use in Lady Dearing's Masquerade. The widowed Olivia, Lady Dearing, survived ten hellish years with her husband and now that her year of ...

C-
Saving Lord Verwood

If I had to choose one word to describe Saving Lord Verwood, that word would be "odd." It's odd at the beginning, blissfully normal in the middle, and terribly, terribly odd at the end. Because I enjoyed parts of it, I found it more difficult to assign a grade than to summarize the book in a single ...

B-
The Redwyck Charm

The Redwyck Charm features Marcus Redwyck, Earl of Amberley, a charming beta hero. Marcus is good, kind, decent, hardworking, and that rare creature, a male virgin. Beta heroes are sometimes dull, but Marcus was too intense to be dull and I thought he was the best thing in the book. If only the hero ...

B-
The Incorrigible Lady Catherine

I hope that Regency Romance readers aren't frightened away from this book by the dreadful cover. The hero and heroine are pictured outdoors. He looks like an underpaid model from the J.C. Penney catalogue, with his arm swinging up in a way that can only be called "dorky." She's worse; her dress is a ...