Books by Regina Scott

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A Distance Too Grand

A Distance Too Grand is the first book in the American Wonders series highlighting epic locations in the United States. This book takes place in the Grand Canyon and is all about a guy, a girl and the things we do for love. Meg Pero is a determined woman.  Raised by her father, a famous photogra ...

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The Heiress’s Homecoming

Although The Heiress’s Homecoming is the final book in a series of four, I don’t think it’s absolutely necessary to have read the other three – although given that I enjoyed this one, I may well give the others a try. The series deals with the Everard Legacy and follows its four heirs – ...

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The Irredeemable Miss Renfield

Ever take a sip of champagne that's gone just a little flat? It looks right, it smells the same - but the bubble, the sparkle, the excitement are missing. That's what this book was like for me: all the ingredients for a good story were there, but there was just enough that didn't work to make this l ...

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The Marquis' Kiss

The Marquis' Kiss would have been rated higher if the style had been a little less florid and the characters less flamboyant. Characters don't talk so much as they declaim. They don't move - they posture. At one point, I was just waiting for Snidley Whiplash to come out of the bushes, twirl his must ...

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The Bluestocking on His Knee

The Bluestocking on His Knee is a very ordinary Regency. That description can either be insulting or an indication of the safe and familiar, depending on how you touchy you feel. For me it was an average read, breaking no conventions of the genre. It was actually so average that my only problem with ...