Books by Grace Burrowes

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The Virtuoso

a Retro Review originally published on October 25, 2011 Music has never really been my thing. I enjoy listening to it, but don’t have the true appreciation of it that some have. Grace Burrowes, the author of The Virtuoso, is one of those people who really understands the emotions, depth, and mea ...

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How to Catch a Duke

How to Catch a Duke is the sixth and final book in Grace Burrowes’ Rogues to Riches series about the members of the Wentworth family.  The first book – My One and Only Duke – saw a ducal title conferred upon Quinton Wentworth, a wealthy banker from extremely humble origins who grew up doing w ...

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A Duke by Any Other Name

This fourth book in Grace Burrowes’ Rogues to Riches series about the Wentworth family continues with A Duke by Any Other Name, a rather sweet story featuring possibly the grumpiest hero who ever grumped and the woman who engages his attention via a passel of wandering hogs.  In typical Burrowes ...

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Love and Other Perils

Love and Other Perils is a light-hearted pair of romances that will especially appeal to cat lovers. These novellas also make a good introduction to the work of the authors, if you’re not already familiar with them. Lieutenant Mayhew’s Catastrophes by Emily Larkin Grade: B- Sensuality Rat ...

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When a Duchess Says I Do

When a Duchess Says I Do is the second book in Grace Burrowes’ Rogues to Riches series featuring the Wentworth family. Duncan Wentworth is unhappily settling into life in Berkshire at an estate owned by his cousin Quinn Wentworth, the Duke of Walden. For years, Duncan tutored Quinn’s younger bro ...

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Patience for Christmas

I love novellas at Christmas - the length is just right for one evening, when you steal a couple hours away from holiday madness to breathe and remember what you’re in the season for. I try new ones every year, but only the chosen few make it to my annual re-read list. Patience for Christmas has t ...

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My One and Only Duke

When I picked up My One and Only Duke one morning, I gambled that I’d be able to put it down when necessary... and I lost that bet, since the book sucked me in from the start. The story begins with Quinn Wentworth, one of London’s most famously wealthy bankers, biding his time in Newgate pris ...

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My Own True Duchess

Opening up a Grace Burrowes book these days is like going to visit old friends.  Even though each of her novels focuses on a different couple, the author has done such a thorough job of creating her own Regency world and peopling it with the many different families who move in the same elevated cir ...

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No Dukes Allowed

In No Dukes Allowed, three widowed duchesses travel together to Brighton hoping to escape the petty gossip and claustrophobia of London.  Although each woman has personal reasons for wanting to get away, each quickly realizes the problems that plagued them in Town have followed them to their seasid ...

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A Rogue of Her Own

How much do I love reading anything by Grace Burrowes—bring ‘em on: novellas, stand-alones, her continuing series. All of the above! When I read A Rogue of Her Own, the fourth and last of the Windham Brides series, my brain was flooded with the phrase, 10 Things I Love About Grace Burrowes. With ...