Books by Fiona Harper

C+
The Bridesmaid's Secret

Set in London and Italy and involving two powerhouses in the fashion industry, The Bridesmaid’s Secret seemed like a surefire winner. I’ve liked the author's books in the past, and the prologue captured my interest. Unfortunately, the remainder of the book wasn’t as gripping as the prologue. ...

B
Housekeeper's Happy-Ever-After

I enjoyed Housekeeper’s Happy-Ever-After, finding it to be a fast read with a complex hero and heroine, but I was left wanting a bit more interaction between the two. If we had a category in the AAR Annual Reader Poll for most tortured heroine, Ellie Bond would get my vote, hands ...

B+
Invitation to the Boss's Ball

Some criticize the traditional Cinderella fairytale because Cinderella is not the strongest role model out there since she's usually a sweet, cheerful martyr to her evil stepmother and stepsisters. All she really has to do is be a good girl, fit into some dainty slippers, and a prince will be hers. ...

C
Christmas Wishes, Mistletoe Kisses

I was excited to read Christmas Wishes, Mistletoe Kisses because 1) it has a Christmas theme, a feature I often enjoy and 2) I really enjoyed the last book I read by Fiona Harper, English Lord, Ordinary Lady. Unfortunately, I found that this offering was not quite what I'd hoped. It's not that there ...

B-
Saying Yes to the Millionaire

Saying Yes to the Millionaire is light, slight, and insubstantial as a puff of cloud. It is charming though, and the plot (which concerns a treasure hunt over London) was like candy to an anglophile like me. Fern Chambers likes her life on an even keel. She doesn’t like excitement, she doesn ...

B
English Lord, Ordinary Lady

There are some series romance titles that clearly lure some readers...and send me running in the opposite direction. Take, for example, anything that includes the words "sheikh" or "cowboy." On the other hand we have a title like English Lord, Ordinary Lady. I took one look and thought, "Count me in ...