Books by Susannah Carleton

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Twin Peril

It is time for Michael Winslow, the Duke of Fairfax to marry, and though he has always wanted to marry for love, he is not very hopeful about doing so. Other than his title, there is not much to recommend him: "ordinary," "average," and "unremarkable" are words used to describe him. He is also boo ...

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A Rake's Redemption

Theo Middleford, Viscount Dunnely, was once a rake - rather a tame rake, since he has always confined himself to widows, but still a rake. One night when he was surprised by a "widow's" returning husband, he decided it was time to marry. His cousins and a good friend are all marrie ...

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A Twist Of Fate

A novel without conflict is like a hot fudge sundae without the fudge. A Twist of Fate lacks any real conflict, and it reminded me of unadorned vanilla ice cream - pleasant, perhaps even sweet, but fundamentally uninteresting. While lost in a snowstorm, Lord David Winterbrook ...

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The Marriage Campaign

If writing traditional Regency Romances were an Olympic sport, Susannah Carleton would get a 10 for technical proficiency and a 5 for artistic impression. The Marriage Campaign has a lot of excellent details, but because of the short length required in this sub-genre, the details are hastily display ...

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A Scandalous Journey

like to try traditional Regencies by debut authors whenever I can. As the Mary Baloghs and Diane Farrs move on to single titles, I can't help hoping that someone will step up to fill their shoes. A Scandalous Journey isn't that break-out, "wow" book I was hoping for, but it's not bad either. For a d ...