Victorian Rebels series

B-
A Dark and Stormy Knight

Dark. Tortured. Battle-tested. Deeply scarred. The men of the Victorian Rebels series are scoundrels and blackguards on the wrong side of the law, tormented by demons the world cannot see. In the first three books in this series, Byrne delivered irresistible antiheroes.  Unfortunately, starting wi ...

C
The Duke With the Dragon Tattoo

He is known only as The Rook. A man with no name, no past, no memories. He awakens in a mass grave, a magnificent dragon tattoo on his muscled forearm the sole clue to his mysterious origins. His only hope for survival—and salvation—lies in the deep, fiery eyes of the beautiful stranger who find ...

B+
The Scot Beds His Wife

I loved The Scot Beds His Wife.  It’s romantic, captivating, and the principal characters are charismatic and well-matched.  Readers familiar with earlier books in the series will enjoy a return to Wester Ross (in the Scottish Highlands), and getting to know Lord Gavin, the Earl of Thorne, whom ...

B-
The Duke

The eponymous duke in this fourth book in Kerrigan Byrne’s Victorian Rebels series is Collin Talmage, Duke of Trenwyth.  We met him briefly in the previous book, The Highlander, where we learned that he is a formidable soldier, rumoured to have been both a spy and an assassin. Fans of Ms. Byrne ...

B-
The Highlander

Liam MacKenzie, Lord Ravencroft, is a man of action. When we first meet him, he’s pulling the rotting skeleton of a bawdy woman he once knew out of a bog, a woman the local gossip accuses him of murdering. He has, in response to his father’s cruel teachings, become a soldier for the crown and a ...

B
The Hunter

Kerrigan Byrne certainly knows how to open a book with a bang! The prologue to The Hunter (second book in her Victorian Rebels series) is one of the most gripping and emotionally draining things I’ve read in some time. In it, we are introduced to the hero of the novel, Christopher Argent, as a you ...

B+
The Highwayman

I haven’t read anything by Kerrigan Byrne before, but after reading The Highwayman, that’s something I think I’m going to have to rectify quite soon. Set in the late Victorian era, the story centres around a man who has been so brutalised that he believes himself to be beyond redemption and th ...