Books by Jennifer Ashley

B-
The Care and Feeding of Pirates

Jennifer Ashley's The Care and Feeding of Pirates is part funny, part exasperating, part exciting, and a little frustrating. Oh, I enjoyed it and found it a good read, but a way too clueless heroine and a saggy middle kept it from being an excellent one. Honoria Ardmore is the si ...

C+
The Pirate Hunter

After reading The Pirate Next Door, I knew that I had to read the sequel featuring James Ardmore's story. But even though I tore into The Pirate Hunter right as my copy arrived, I soon realized it could have used stronger editing; the tale is rougher than that of its predecessor and at times Ardmore ...

B+
The Pirate Next Door

If you haven't tried any of this author's books yet, you just might want to get to it because The Pirate Next Door is, quite simply, a lot of fun. Watching proper widow Alexandra Alastair learn to let down her guard and actually enjoy falling for her rather unorthodox (to say the least) neighbor was ...

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The Pirate Next Door

As widowed Alexandra Alastair compiles a listing of possible second husbands, she wonders whether she should add the new Viscount Stoke to her list. When she hears, through a connecting wall, a villain attempting to hang him, Alexandra races to the rescue and begins an adventure that will turn her s ...

B+
Perils of the Heart

Pity poor Evangeline Clemens. She was educated at a proper English academy where young ladies were taught "only to expect the conventional from life, and to be indignant when the extraordinary thrust itself upon them." Evangeline is headed for Boston to become a governess. Along the way, however, th ...