Tag Archives: England

Review: A Necessary Deception (The Daughters of Bainbridge House #1) by Laurie Alice Eakes

A Necessary Deception was a great ride back into the past. The author did a wonderful job of describing life in the ton and life in general back in the regency time period in England. This first book in the … Continue reading

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Review: Born of Persuasion (Price of Privilege Trilogy #1) by Jessica Dotta

Born of Persuasion is a well written, interesting story, however it is also a very dark one. I felt very frustrated throughout most of the book. The heroine, Julia, is so easily deceived and lead astray throughout the entire story. … Continue reading

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Review: The Courting Campaign (The Master Matchmakers #1) by Regina Scott

The Courting Campaign was such an enjoyable read. Regina Scott did a great job of crafting a hero who was very scientific, but still approachable. Sir Nicholas Rotherford is a driven man. He feels compelled to solve a scientific problem … Continue reading

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Review: A Heart’s Home (a novella) by Laura J. Marshall

A Heart’s Home is a short, sweet novella for those who enjoy romance. I was able to read it just an afternoon. Asyra grew up in India, where she never fit it due to her light skin and hair. She … Continue reading

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Review: The Governess of Highland Hall (Edwardian Brides #1) by Carrie Turansky

The Governess of Highland Hall is a beautiful romance set in England in the early 1900’s. Fans of Downton Abbey will appreciate the wonderful descriptions of the estate, as well as the many people who live and work there. I … Continue reading

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Review: Madeline’s Protector by Vanessa Riley

Madeline’s Protector was an exciting read, full of danger and many misunderstandings between the hero and heroine of the novel. Madeline is a believer, who finds herself in a marriage of convenience with Justain, a man who does not follow … Continue reading

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Wow! This was a great book! I enjoyed it from the very start and about halfway through, it became one of those books I just didn’t want to put down. The characters in this story seem doomed to not ever … Continue reading

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