Books by Julia London

B-
The Secret Lover

The Secret Lover is my first Julia London book and I can safely say that I've never read a book where the protagonists drove me as crazy as these did. Strangely enough, I'd also recommend the book because of those same protagonists. Ms. London's latest is related to her Rogues of ...

B
The Beautiful Stranger

The Beautiful Stranger is the third book in the Rogues of Regent Street series, but if you haven't read the others, not to worry; I hadn't either and it didn't detract from Arthur and Kerry's story one bit. Arthur Christian still feels tremendous guilt over his friend Philip's death. He believes ...

C+
The Ruthless Charmer

When I first heard the title The Ruthless Charmer, I envisioned an amusing regency-set historical about a witty hero determined to use his charisma selfishly. To put it mildly, this is not the case for this book. Far from being a diverting, roguish Cary Grand-like hero, the title character of Julia ...

D
The Dangerous Gentleman

Other reviewers at this site have liked Julia London's novels, so I was looking forward to reading this one. This is an unfortunate example of what different tastes we reviewers have. Adrian Spence kills one of his best friends at the opening of this novel. He and his remaining two friends, a ...

B-
Wicked Angel

Wicked Angel is author London's second book; the hero and heroine of her first novel, The Devil's Love, appear as secondaries here. I am very much impressed by the writing in Wicked Angel, the complex characterizations, and the emotion the author was able to convey through the characters' words and ...

B+
Wicked Angel

One of the best things about discovering an author with their debut book is that as a reader you get to watch that author grow and tune their craft. Such is the case with Julia London. I first discovered this new talent with her first book The Devil's Love. Her newest release, Wicked Angel shows ama ...

C
The Devil's Love

Have you ever wished for something to be true so much that you convinced yourself it was, even though all signs pointed to the contrary? This is what happens to the heroine in Julia London's The Devil's Love. Abbey Carrington has convinced herself that Michael Ingram, Marquis of Darfield, has been w ...

B-
The Devil's Love

If I could distill what it is that makes some heroines come across as warm, lovable and kind while others with very similar characteristics come across as fluffy girls, I'd bottle and sell it. Abigail Carrington in The Devil's Love is the kind of heroine I love and she is the best thing in the book. ...