Books by Janet Mullany

B+
Improper Relations

Improper Relations is a delightful book, one I enjoyed from start to finish. Told from the first person point of view - of both the hero and the heroine, alternately - it has a plot that is familiar enough. The hero and heroine are caught in a compromising position and forced to marry, and eventuall ...

A-
The Rules of Gentility

On the back cover of The Rules of Gentility by Janet Mullany it says: “Pride and Prejudice meets Bridget Jones’s Diary”. This, while not untrue, is not quite on the spot. To give potential readers a true hint of what they are in for when they buy this book, the tagline should have read: “Meg ...

B
Dedication

Don't be fooled by its sedate-looking cover. Like other Signet covers, it features the couple leaning into each other, sitting on a bench, Yes, they have a book, but frankly it looks like every other trad Regency cover you've seen in recent years. But this is nothing like every other Regency. Not on ...