Weaver series

A-
The Desperate Duke

Theo Radney is not having a good day. For one, his father died. For another, his father was the Duke of Reddington, meaning Theo must now take on responsibilities that his father never bothered to prepare him for. Finally, Theo is twenty-three going on seventeen (at most), so he promptly gets himsel ...

A
French Leave

With French Leave, Sheri Cobb South wins, places and shows. She makes the hat trick, achieves the trifecta, threepeats. This book brings her Weaver trilogy to a delightful close, and I was charmed from the very first word. Lord Waverly (the villain in The Weaver Takes A Wife) has fallen on ha ...

A-
The Weaver Takes a Wife

Halfway through reading The Weaver Takes a Wife, I was tempted to stop and look again at the copyright notice, just to assure myself that I wasn't reading a long-lost and recently rediscovered work of Georgette Heyer's. This was a delightful read from start to finish, reminiscent of the writing that ...