Book Review: Loving Miss Darcy

I read Nancy Kelley‘s first book His Good Opinion last year and absolutely loved it. Therefore, when I saw that there was a second book in the series ready for my reading pleasure, I didn’t hesitate to pick it up and get straight into it.  Continue reading

Book Review: Desperate Measures

I’ve had this book on my ‘to read’ list for a while now and I was looking for something short and quick to read before I went to bed. I picked it up hoping for something light and easy to read, I got what I was looking for.  Continue reading

Book Review: The Duke’s Reform

I’ve bought so many Kindle books off Amazon now that I’ve to trust the suggestions that the site makes for me in terms of what else I could be reading. When The Duke’s Reform came up as a recommendation, it sounded right up my alley.  Continue reading

Book Review: How To Build The Perfect Rake

I’ve read some of Kate Harper‘s work before; I very much enjoyed the Midnight Masquerade series last year. When I saw this book on Amazon, the title is what drew me in and I was more than willing to give it a go because I know the author and the fact that I like her style. Continue reading

Book Review: The Wolf’s Pursuit

While I was busy reading Foundation by Peter Ackroyd, Rachel van Dyken released the latest in her London Fairy Tales series, The Wolf’s Pursuit. I have enjoyed everything I’ve read of Rachel van Dyken’s up to this point, particularly the London Fairy Tales series, so I saw no reason why I wouldn’t enjoy this story and got stuck in. Continue reading

Book Review: A Laird For All Time

Scottish highlander romance novels are something that I’ve discovered fairly recently in my reading, I’ve only been picking them out for the last 12 months or so. I find them to be interesting reads, and something completely removed from the regency that I would normally choose to read. A Laird For All Time is something that I came across on Amazon’s book charts and it looked like something I might enjoy. Continue reading

Book Review: Mr Darcy And The Secret Of Becoming A Gentleman

It’s that time again, time to read another Pride and Prejudice spin-off. The one I picked this time was another of my very favourite kind – what happens from Darcy’s point of view after that infamous proposal at Rosings. This variation provides a slightly different spin on things in that the timeline of events changes and some new key points are thrown in for added interest. It’s also from an author that I’m not familiar with so I was intrigued by it from the offset.  Continue reading

Book Review: Foundation

I recently watched a documentary about how they found Richard III buried under a modern day car park, it was a fascinating show and it really put me in the mood to do some reading up about the history of England (a subject that has always caught my attention and my imagination). I knew I had the perfect book stored up ready to read on my Kindle – now seemed like the perfect time to read it. Foundation by Peter Ackroyd was something I found when watching BBC Breakfast one morning; the author spoke about how he was writing the complete history of England in a series that would span several volumes – Foundation is just the first volume. Continue reading

Book Review: Bewitched, Body and Soul

It’s been a while since I read a Pride and Prejudice variation, and I was beginning to feel a little bereft as a result. I’d seen Bewitched, Body and Soul by P.O. Dixon on Goodreads, through someone that I follow, and it seemed as good a book as any to try to satisfy my Austen craving with. Continue reading

Book Review: The de Montforte Brothers Series

I love a good freebie from the Kindle store; I’ve discovered many books that I would have otherwise been unaware of because they were free on the Kindle store. The Wild One by Danelle Harmon was one of those freebies. Reading this first book in a series of 4 lead me immediately on to the thee related stories; The Beloved One, The Defiant One and The Wicked One. This review CONTAINS SPOILERS so please be warned before reading on.

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