Books by Kathryn Caskie

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The Most Wicked of Sins

The Duke of Sinclair has seven children and each and every one of them is a problem child. Since they’re all of age, he exiles them from their homeland of Scotland and they set up residence in the wilds of London to fend for themselves. Edinburgh society had long since called them the Seven Deadly ...

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To Sin with a Stranger

If you have longed for a series with a silly but catchy title and like the wallpaper on your historicals to be of onionskin thinness, then To Sin With a Stranger, the first in Caskie's Seven Deadly Sins series, might be for you. However, I have a feeling that most readers will find this read somewh ...

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How to Propose to a Prince

While reading How to Propose to a Prince, the third in the Royle Sisters trilogy by Kathryn Caskie, I found myself cutting my lunch hour short. Since this is my prime reading time, I knew I was in trouble. This particular story didn't hold my interest. In a word, it was boring. Even though th ...

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How To Engage an Earl

How To Engage An Earl started out promising, yet ended up sorely lacking. The plot had potential, but the details of the story did not meet the expectations I had as the book got underway. Anne Royle is the second of triplet sisters who might possibly be the illegitimate daughte ...

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How To Seduce A Duke

Three pages into How To Seduce A Duke, I groaned. The opening scene: three girls (triplets, no less) are posing as garden statuary in order to spy on the man who has caught the attention of one of the sisters. They are covered in powder, wearing togas, and hiding behind a hedge. Better yet, we soon ...

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Rules of Engagement

The buzz on Rules of Engagement is that it's a story full of laughs and, since I haven't read an enjoyable humorous novel in a long while, that's the main reason why I decided to review the book. Unfortunately, the comedy was completely lost on me. Yet, even with the lack of chuckles, the book turne ...