Books by Mia Marlowe

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Lord Bredon and the Bachelor's Bible

In Mia Marlowe’s Lord Bredon and the Bachelor’s Bible, Edward Lovell, Lord Bredon, owns an estate in dire need of money. Fortunately for him, he discovers The Bachelor’s Bible, which reveals the dowries of eligible girls, so he decides to marry Miss Martha Finch’s eighty thousand pounds. ...

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The Curse of Lord Stanstead

I know I tend to be a bit of a stick-in-the-mud when it comes to the sub-genres I read, so I occasionally try to branch out a bit. I’ve enjoyed a few Historical Paranormals lately, so when I came across The Curse of Lord Stanstead, I thought I’d give it a go, even though I wasn’t all that impr ...

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Never Resist a Rake

Never Resist a Rake is one of those books which frustrated me no end, because it had a lot of potential which was never realised. It’s not a terrible book – I’ve read far worse, believe me! - the writing is accomplished and the main characters are attractive and well-suited, but overall, it l ...

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Plaid Tidings

I don’t mind admitting that when I saw the cover of this book, my heart sank. It looked just like so many of those other “highlander romances” out there (you know the sort of thing – bare-chested men in kilts!) that made me think I was in for one of those battle-filled, warring-clans, boy-me ...

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ErinSong

(Ms. Groe now writes as Mia Marlowe) Winter days just cry out for reading romance. When I’m sitting at home looking out on a day of fog, snow, or icy rain, for me there’s no greater treat than settling in with a fiery romance. When I picked up Erinsong, it was about noon and so gray it looked l ...

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Maidensong

Sometimes I come across a book that I desperately want to like, but even if I give it every chance in the world to thrill me, I just can't make myself recommend it. Maidensong is one of those books. It has so many unique elements going for it - non-English characters, an amazing setting, a meaty, ep ...