Books by Maire Claremont

B
The Dark Affair

The Dark Affair is the third book in Ms. Claremont’s Mad Passions series, and features James Stanhope, Viscount Powers, who was an intriguing secondary character in the previous book in the series, Lady in Red. In fact, I found him so intriguing, that I was far more interested in him than in the h ...

B-
Lady Wild

I can probably count on one hand the number of novellas I’ve read from which I’ve come away feeling as satisfied as if I’d read a full length novel. Lady Wild is, sadly, not among them, although it came pretty close. The opening meeting between the two principals is very strong and the ending ...

B-
The Twelve Days of Seduction

I love a good novella. You get a complete story in a quick read, which is great for those of us who don’t have nearly enough time to read everything we want to, but still want to read something. Which is, I think, most of us here. It’s Christmas Eve and Adriana Flint is about to ...

C+
Lady in Red

I’d heard good things about Ms Claremont’s début novel (The Dark Lady) and as I’m not averse to a romance with a large dollop of angst, I settled in to read Lady in Red with fairly high expectations. The story centers around Lady Mary Darrel, the eighteen year-old daughter of the Duke of Dunc ...

C-
The Dark Lady

The Dark Lady is one of those books that intrigued me from the moment I saw the synopsis - drug-addicted heroine, dark and gothic-sounding plot - I really looked forward to this debut. And then I read it. It caught my attention at first, but ultimately ended up a major disappointment. ...