The Highlander’s Irish Bride by Vanessa Kelly

⭐️⭐️⭐️ Opposites attract in this Regency-era Scottish romance.  Kathleen Calvert excels at creating scandals in London.  She is distraught when one of these scandals sees her banished to Scotland.  Grant Kendrick is the most serious brother in the Kendrick family. Through a long journey filled with misadventure, this couple finds a middle-ground through love. The first half of thisContinue reading “The Highlander’s Irish Bride by Vanessa Kelly”

Dangerous Lover by Mary Lancaster

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Mystery and romance combine to deliver a brilliant, intelligent, passionate story.  There is no doubt that this book is the author’s most exemplary.  I was intrigued from page one.  The romance combined with the mystery created a rich world which captivated me. Sir Nicholas Swan hires a new governess, Alexandra Battle, to teach his illegitimate daughter, Evelina.  TheContinue reading “Dangerous Lover by Mary Lancaster”

The Princess Stakes by Amalie Howard

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I immensely enjoyed this unique, thought-provoking, refreshing story.  The novel had discerning differences from the regular Regency novel.  The book goes from India to a boat to London.  I fell in love with the all-encompassing spirit of the story.  This book is a love story between two characters who have to go through tragedy and adversity to shapeContinue reading “The Princess Stakes by Amalie Howard”

To Dare A Rogue by Lana Williams

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I enjoyed the slow burn love story of James and Charlotte.  James is a returning soldier, a tortured soul struggling to reintegrate into society.  He wastes his nights away with women, gambling, and drinking.  He is lost until he connects with his best friend’s sister, Charlotte.  Charlotte is chaffing at her overbearing, cruel father and his plans forContinue reading “To Dare A Rogue by Lana Williams”

Her Scottish Scoundrel by Sophie Barnes

⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2 I enjoyed this book. However, some issues held it back from its full potential.  The writing kept the plot interesting and fresh.  This was a slow burn; I felt that the first half of the book dragged.  The characters were in their heads a lot, and the character development was slow.  By fifty percent, the book was good,Continue reading “Her Scottish Scoundrel by Sophie Barnes”