Books by Evelyn Richardson

F
A Foreign Affair

I think the Congress of Vienna of 1814-185 is really interesting. The fates of millions of people were decided amongst serious partying, and it was interrupted by Napoleon's escape and the events leading up to the Battle of Waterloo. Any romance placed in this setting should be fascinating. A Foreig ...

C
Fortune's Lady

Fortune's Lady is an average Regency offering. It has some interesting moments, but most of them will likely be forgotten as soon as the last page is turned. Lady Althea is stunningly beautiful, and she's a duke's daughter. That makes her the catch of the season, and everyone likes ...

D+
Lord Harry's Daughter

For the first 19 chapters of this book, I was loving it. I loved the setting - Spain during the Peninsular Wars. It gave a good description of the lives of the wives and daughters who followed the drum - something we don't often see in a Regency Romance. I loved the main characters, Lord Mark Adair ...

C-
My Lady Nightingale

Where, oh where, was Evelyn Richardson's editor? I almost feel guilty reviewing My Lady Nightingale in its present incarnation. The book enjoys the advantages of an unusual premise, an interesting plot, and engaging characters, but it's so sloppily edited that I could not enjoy it at all. I'm tempte ...