Books by Katherine Greyle

C-
Almost an Angel

Although I can see that the author was trying for something fun and whimsical with this novel, ultimately all I felt reading it was frustration. Between the heroine's too-stupid-to-live actions, an eight-year-old acting more like a fifteen-year-old, and numerous instances of coitus interruptus, it w ...

C
No Place for a Lady

No Place for a Lady took me a long time to read - a very, very long time to read. It started off interestingly enough, but after the first three chapters or so I lost interest in these characters, and things did not improve from there. Marcus Kane, Lord Chadwick, is the heir to a ...

B-
Miss Woodley's Experiment

Yes, I like historical accuracy. No, there isn't much accuracy in Miss Woodley's Experiment. Yes, I normally would grouse about that. No, I'm not going to in this case. Why, because this is a comedy, and a darn funny one too. If a book is a comedy, a good comedy but it's history lite, I just kick ba ...

C+
Major Wyclyff's Campaign

As Major Anthony Wyclyff lies in his hospital bed dying of fever, he begs his charitable visitor Sophia Rathburn to marry him. Lady Sophia, an old hand at hospital visits, accepts his proposal. It's her standard response, intended to give comfort when she's certain the patient is dying. Considering ...

B-
Rules for a Lady

Every couple of weeks I request a new set of books for review. Sometimes I've read other books by an author on the list or have heard about them. Many times I just pick based on the brief description. It leads to some pretty interesting discoveries - some good, some bad. This time around I've been f ...

B+
Oracle

When I finally picked up Oracle, which sat in my to be read pile for months, I was all geared up for what I thought would be a ponderous read. Nowhere on the blurb does it scream "sexy, fun, and emotionally engaging." Instead it says things like "well plotted, well-written, important fiction, destin ...