Books by Emma Jensen

C+
Fallen

Emma Jensen's new book, Fallen is the sequel to her 1997 release, Entwined. In it we meet another casualty of the Napoleonic wars and another MacLeod sister. This book had an interesting setting and premise and was well written, but somehow it never quite took off for me. Gabriel Loudon, the Earl ...

B-
Moonlit

I first discovered Emma Jensen with her book Entwined and am happy to see her revisiting one of the more intriguing characters from that story, Trevor Robard, Viscount St. Wulfstan. Trevor, with his scarred face and rude manners, is virtually an outcast from polite society and pref ...

A
A Grand Design

Personally I’m not a big fan of Regencies. I prefer historicals because I like lots of action, but there is something to be said for subtle and consistent. Not to mention refreshing, enjoyable, and lively. All those words describe Emma Jensen’s latest novel, A Grand Design. The Marquess of T ...

B
The Irish Rogue

I read and enjoyed Emma Jensen's Best Laid Schemes last year, so when I picked up her newest novel, The Irish Rogue, I was expecting something similar - a nice little comedy of manners with some slapstick humor thrown in. I was in for a surprise, but not an unpleasant one. The Irish Rogue is a darke ...

B+
The Irish Rogue

The Irish Rogue is absolutely, totally, utterly (insert superlative here) charming. It takes many of the characters we have encountered in Regency Romances before, the charming impecunious lass and the dashing titled gentleman, gets them out of London, and places them in Dublin. Ai ...

B+
Best Laid Schemes

Best Laid Schemes has everything you'd expect in a Regency. There are interesting characters, witty dialogue, and a fun house-party setting. It also has some things you wouldn't necessarily expect, like a mischievous (and incontinent) monkey. It's not a book that will change the world, but it's a go ...