Tag Archives: Regina Scott

The Artist’s Healer by Regina Scott

The Artist’s Healer is a wonderful addition to the Grace-by-the-Sea series. I believe that readers could enjoy this novel as a stand alone, however, the building up of the French threat to the village, as well as continuing characters from … Continue reading

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Review: The Heiress’s Convenient Husband by Regina Scott

This romantic and clean Regency novel, with a hint of intrigue, is a great addition to the Grace-by-the-Sea series. If you haven’t read book one, The Matchmaker’s Rogue, you should still be able to jump in and have fun reading … Continue reading

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Review: The Matchmaker’s Rogue by Regina Scott

This was a delightful and clean Regency tale! Romance with a dash of mystery and danger mixed together in the beautiful and tranquil setting of Grace-by-the-Sea. I enjoyed these characters, from Jess and Lark, to the various and frequently amusing … Continue reading

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Review: A Distance Too Grand by Regina Scott

What an enjoyable setting for a book! I have been to the Grand Canyon twice and this story really brought to mind the amazing views and the natural, rugged beauty of this place. I also felt very immersed in the … Continue reading

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Review: Never Marry a Marquess by Regina Scott

I loved this book from start to finish! Marriage of convenience stories are a favorite of mine, and this one was done exceptionally well. I couldn’t help but love the main characters, Ivy and Kendall. Ivy was so good with … Continue reading

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Review: Never Kneel to a Knight by Regina Scott

Never Kneel to a Knight was a delightful story! I enjoyed seeing Charlotte help Matthew and his sisters learn to navigate society. This story could possibly be enjoyed as a stand alone, however, reading the book directly before this novel, … Continue reading

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Review: Never Vie for a Viscount by Regina Scott

Never Vie for a Viscount is a sweet addition to the Fortune’s Brides series. I believe that this story could be enjoyed as a stand alone, however, the reader will get a much more thorough picture of the matchmaking exploits … Continue reading

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Review: A Yuletide Regency

by┬áRegina Scott, Sarah M. Eden, Jen Geigle Johnson, Annette Lyon, Krista Lynne Jensen, & Heather B. Moore My review is for the first novella of this collection, titled Always Kiss at Christmas by Regina Scott. I look forward to also … Continue reading

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Review: Never Envy an Earl by Regina Scott

What a fun and romantic addition to the Fortune’s Brides series! This novel adds nicely to the entire story and brings in a couple of characters from previous books to make them main characters. Although this story could probably be … Continue reading

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Review: Never Borrow a Baronet by Regina Scott

Never Borrow a Baronet is a sweet and fun addition to the Fortune’s Brides series. Although this story could probably be enjoyed as a stand alone novel, I think that readers will understand the roles of Miss Thorn and Fortune … Continue reading

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