Reviews by Jeanne W

B+
Lady Midnight

Having written traditional Regencies and one Super Regency, Amanda McCabe makes a solid debut in her first full length Regency historical, Lady Midnight. Katerina Bruni, the daughter of the most famous courtesan in Venice, is at a party on a yacht with her potential first protector, her mother, a ...

D
Marriage Most Scandalous

With over forty novels published, I expected smooth, experienced writing from Johanna Lindsey. A Marriage Most Scandalous has great writing but also many flaws and a hero and heroine who increasingly are not worthy of any admiration or respect. After Sebastian Townsend sleeps with a woman who t ...

C+
A Connecticut Fashionista in King Arthur’s Court

Although A Connecticut Fashionista in King Arthur’s Court is labeled as a Time Travel Romance, it obviously has Chick Lit elements. While debut author Marianne Mancusi's writing is quite readable and smooth, the first half of the book is ordinary and lacked the elements of surprise I expect from T ...

B
Goddess of Light

What if you have never experienced love in your existence as an immortal god? And if you have found true love with a mortal woman, can you find a way to stay with her forever? These questions are answered convincingly in the third book of P.C. Cast’s Goddess series. From the beginning, the charm o ...