Medieval

B+
The Lady Brewer of London

I started The Lady Brewer of London on an afternoon where I had just a few minutes of free time between errands - a grievous mistake. This is an epic, set in fifteenth-century England, and not easy to put down. Between the romance, intrigue, and historical detail, there's a lot to enjoy in this stor ...

B
The Templar's Seduction

The Templar's Seduction is the first Mary Reed McCall novel I've read, though it is the last book in her Templar Knights series, and, rumor has it, her last book for a while. Sir Alex de Ashby is "a man bound by his own instincts for self-preservation above all else." He was drummed out of the Kn ...

B
Secret Vows

Medieval romances aren't usually my favorite sub-genre, but for one reason or another I have found myself reading more of them than usual this year. Secret Vows appealed to me because I found the conflict interesting: The heroine is forced by her evil brother-in-law to marry his sworn enemy. Not onl ...

A+
Velvet Bond

Velvet Bond is my favorite Medieval Romance. It isn't filled with Court intrigue or warriors and battles. Instead it is simply the story of an incredible romance between a man and a woman amidst the country setting of medieval Britain. Lord Raynor and Lady Elizabeth are forced into marriage by ed ...