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November 4, 2019

I have to admit at about a quarter into this book, I couldn’t figure out what was businesslike about the marriage of this couple at all, because quite frankly they seemed to have fallen quite thoroughly in love with each other while exploring Florence (and where better...

October 31, 2019

In this third book in Susanna Craig’s Rogues and Rebels series, it’s the eldest of the Burke family, barrister Paris, who meets his match. Still suffering guilt over the consequences his participation in the failed 1798 Irish Rebellion brought down on his friends and f...

August 13, 2019

One night in a cafe in Paris, two people both on the cusp of beginning a grand adventure meet by chance. Phoebe is about to leap into her dream of owning her own restaurant, in association with an acclaimed French chef, also her lover. Owen has just left London and is...

July 31, 2019

The earl in question’s need for a convenient bride is based on a fallacy (no, earldoms can’t be entailed away if the heir isn’t married by some arbitrary age) but the author rather adorably admits they know that and used it for a plot device anyway because, you know, f...

July 28, 2019

Though this is the second in the House of Lovell series from this author, it reads perfectly fine as a standalone. It’s a second chance romance featuring Anne, Lady Howard, and Edward Lovell, the Earl of Chatham (formerly Lord Bredon). Lovers when they were younger, Ed...

June 12, 2019

Adeline is a happy widow. Her former husband was a controlling, abusive type who constantly criticized her for not giving him a child. His death in a shipwreck has left her financially independent, and she’s using her money for a good cause, setting up a small school f...

April 4, 2019

Though this is the second in a series, it can absolutely be read as a standalone, since there’s only one character really in common with the first book. There’s some intriguing themes explored here about the different types of abuse a person can suffer; Daniel, while n...

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