Books by Jeanne Savery

D+
The Christmas Matchmaker

When I was at the bookstore last week buying Signet's new Regency Christmas anthology, the sales associate managed to convince me to buy this book too. It didn't take much convincing; all I needed to see were the words "Christmas" and "house party," and the book all but sold itself. I wasn't expecti ...

F
A Perfect Match

A Perfect Match suffers from one of the worst cases of sequilitis that I've ever seen. A word in the ear of author and publisher: the Regency Romances of Jeanne Savery are not so universally read that she can bury her hero and heroine in characters from at least four previous books, and apparently s ...

B-
The Christmas Gift

Do not let the title of The Christmas Gift misguide you into thinking this book is only good during the holidays. Granted some plot points revolve around Christmas gifts and the story winds up nicely during the holiday season, but it's more background flavor than content. Jack Princeton realizes ...

C-
The Widowed Miss Mordaunt

This could have been a decent Regency read, but it suffered from more children than a day care center, and a heroine with very limited common sense. To top things off, there was also a transparent mystery to be solved. Where is Baron Selwyn Mordaunt? His sister, Constance, who ...

D
A Lady's Lesson

When I closed this book I asked myself, But why did they fall in love? and that, I'm afraid, summarizes the main problem I had with this read. Frederica MacKivern is a widow with a young son, Stu. Together with his best friend Matt, Stu devises a prank that introduces his mother ...