Books by Kate Moore

B-
The Husband Hunter's Guide to London

I remember reading some of Kate Moore’s recently republished Signet Regencies and enjoying them, so I was pleased when I saw that she had a new book coming out and eagerly picked it up for review.  The Husband Hunter’s Guide to London is an entertaining and well-written novel featuring two like ...

C+
To Save the Devil

Sometimes you read a book which you quite like, possibly even in one sitting, so you don’t think too much about it while perusing it. But afterwards you lean back and begin to consider some details, and suddenly they just don’t fit, thus marring your enjoyment in retrospect. This is what happene ...

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Sexy Lexy

As I took my first look at Sexy Lexy, thumbing through the pages and reading the back cover, I expected to find a tiresome bit of fluff with little complexity. The title itself failed to inspire thoughts of profound reading or deep characters. But proving the point once again that we shouldn’t a ...

C
Winterburn's Rose

Winterburn's Rose is much like a delicate flower growing in a garden. It is different in color, texture, and tone than most other flowers. But it isn't going to fully bloom, although the author uses a fairly unique green thumb to help it along. Winterburn is Leigh Nash, the Earl ...