The Vicar’s Daughter by Deborah Simmons

The Vicar’s Daughter by Deborah Simmons

The first book in Deborah Simmons’ Regency Quartet,  The Vicar’s Daughter is one of those ‘stuffed-shirt meets wild-child’ romances (although the heroine isn’t really a wild-child as such), and while it’s fairly predictable, it’s a light-hearted, fun read and the two central characters are well-drawn and endearing.  Maximillian Fortescue, Earl of Wycliffe has just inherited Casterleigh,…

Bad Princess by Julianna Keyes

Bad Princess by Julianna Keyes

“He’s a lumberjack and a computer programmer?” “Well, it’s hard to make a living as a lumberjack.” – the royal sisters of Estau The two sisters who head up the novella Bad Princess are both aware of and yet participatory in the ridiculous yet heartfelt curveballs the narrative throws at us.  The book is a…

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