Tag Archives: regency

Review: The Emperor’s Aeronaut by Shelley Adina and R.E. Scott

This is a nice series starter and a fun combination of Steampunk and Regency. It took me a bit to get engaged in the story, as the authors focused a lot on the technology of the time period and setting … Continue reading

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Review: The Valet’s Secret by Josi S. Kilpack

The Valet’s Secret was a delightfully sweet Regency novel. The romance that blossomed between Kenneth and Rebecca did so under false pretenses. It was frustrating to know that Kenneth had lied to Rebecca during two of their meetings, yet it … Continue reading

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Review: Summerhaven by Tiffany Odekirk

What an absolutely wonderful Regency romance! Hannah spent much of the first half of the story hoping to remind Ollie, her childhood friend, of his promise to marry her one day. She had built up many ideas in her mind … Continue reading

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Review: An Accidental Romance by Karen Tuft

An Accidental Romance was an enjoyable and heartwarming regency romance. It is part of the Jennings Family series yet can easily be read as a stand alone novel. I had read the book that immediately precedes this one, which is … Continue reading

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Review: Never Court a Count by Regina Scott

Never Court a Count was absolutely delightful! It is book two in the Fortune’s Brides: The Wedding Vow series and comes directly after Never Pursue a Prince, which was also a wonderful tale. I believe that readers could hop into … Continue reading

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Review: An Alleged Rogue by Sian Ann Bessey

This was a sweet and very enjoyable romance with a dash of intrigue and danger. It is the third book in the Georgian Gentlemen series and I was able to read it as a stand alone novel just fine, even … Continue reading

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Review: Shadows of Swanford Abbey by Julie Klassen

What a delightful and mysterious story this was! The author did a wonderful job of creating an interesting and gothic setting, filled it with main and side characters who had captivating back stories that were revealed slowly throughout the tale, … Continue reading

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Review: Love and Lavender by Josi S. Kilpack

This was a fascinating peek into what life was like in the Regency era for two people navigating the world with challenges. Hazel had a club foot and Duncan struggled with what we would know today as some form of … Continue reading

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Review: Never Pursue a Prince by Regina Scott

This is the first book in a new series and is a delightful story! This series, Fortune’s Brides: The Wedding Vow, is related to the author’s Fortune’s Brides series. Some of the girls from the original books are now grown … Continue reading

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Review: An Unlikely Duchess by Jessica Nelson

An Unlikely Duchess was a thoroughly captivating Regency novel. It had all the great tension that I enjoy from marriage of convenience novels, with a faith thread, as well. Edmund and Sophia seemed, at first, like an unlikely pair. Yet, … Continue reading

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