Books by Rhonda Woodward

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Lady Emma's Dilemma

Lady Emma’s Dilemma is what I think of as a “quiet” Regency. It’s not one of those whippet-quick tours of the ton with brisk, snappy dialogue, and neither is it a comedy of manners or pseudo-romantic suspense. Instead, it’s a quiet story about two people who get a second chance at love, an ...

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Moonlight and Mischief

I was very afraid, when reading the opening chapter, that this was going to be another young-woman-offered-as-a-gambling-debt-collateral kind of book. Thankfully, Rhonda Woodward quickly alleviated my fears and instead I was treated to very nice fish-out-of-water story. The Earl of ...

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The Wagered Heart

Miss Julia Allard is standing innocently on a street in London, enjoying her first Season, when a man - the Duke of Kelbourne - suddenly kisses her very publicly in order to fulfill a drunken wager. The resulting scandal sends Julia back to her quiet country life, where her neighbors whisper that sh ...

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A Hint of Scandal

A Hint of Scandal is unlikely to create any strong emotions either way. It's not the type of book one raves about, but neither is it one that causes the reader to recoil in horror. The main feeling it evokes is one of sameness; you've likely seen every plot point in the book many times before. A ...

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A Spinster's Luck

Even when it fails miserably, there's something admirable about an author taking risks when she writes, especially if it's within the constraints of a fairly strict genre. Rhonda Woodward's A Spinster's Luck takes absolutely no risks at all, resulting in a competently-written but absolutely dull Reg ...