Books by Connie Brockway

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Hot Dish

I don’t think it’s any secret to AAR regulars that I’ve been moaning and groaning ever since Connie Brockway, the author of my favorite historical romance, announced her defection from the genre. While I will still allow myself a boo-hoo every now and then, Hot Dish is a dazzling and fun conte ...

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My Surrender

Connie Brockway brings her Rose Hunters trilogy to a close with My Surrender. Readers grumbling about the dearth of serious historical romances - grumble no more. This is an intense and very satisfying book. Charlotte Nash is the last of the sisters whose father gave his life in a French prison. ...

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My Pleasure

My Pleasure is the second book in a trilogy about three sisters who lost their father when he sacrificed his life to free a group of political prisoners. In return, the three men pledge to protect the sisters. Helena works as a lady's companion - and plays a dangerous game at night. Serving as a cou ...

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My Pleasure

There's nothing quite like reading those first few pages of a book and knowing immediately that you're in good hands. That's what my experience reading Connie Brockway's latest was like. With a few pages I knew My Pleasure was going to be an exceptionally good read. It was precisely that. Hel ...

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My Seduction

With My Seduction, Connie Brockway kicks off her Rose Hunters trilogy, a series that promises great adventure, beautiful romance, and characters more interesting than many seen recently. Though not a DIK for me, this book did remind me of all the reasons why I like Brockway so much. As the bo ...

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Bridal Favors

If Connie Brockway can do it, why can't Hollywood? Bridal Favors is, to put it simply, as close to a perfect romantic comedy as you are ever likely to find. It's funny, charming, unputdownable, and contains at its heart an utterly adorable romance between two equally adorable characters. And, as I ...

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The Bridal Season

My Dearest Enemy and All Through the Night are two of my keeper books, both by Connie Brockway but very different from each other in style. The Bridal Season is Ms. Brockway's latest, and although not a keeper for me, it did have characters that I just couldn't stop reading about. Letty Potts ...

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McClairen's Isle: The Ravishing One

Connie Brockway provides a strong finish to her trilogy about the children of Ronald Merrick, the despicable Earl of Carr. This final installment centers on Carr's daughter Fia, who has spent the last few years doing everything she can to escape her father's influence, but fearing deep in her bones ...

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McClairen's Isle: The Reckless One

The second book in a trilogy labors under some problems. It has to recap the story from the first book so new readers will not get lost and set the stage for the story in the third book as well, and do all this without losing sight of the main goal - to tell its own story. McC ...

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McClairen's Isle: The Passionate One

If you are one of the many people who will be shocked to see this grade attached to a Connie Brockway novel, all I can say is that you are no more disappointed than I. At this book's conclusion, I was actually depressed to see the hero and heroine together. This, in the end, explains the grade. ...