Review: A Gentleman Never Keeps Score (Seducing the Sedgwicks #2) by Cat Sebastian

Gentleman Never Keeps ScoreI guess I’m a bit lucky coming to this book as a reader who doesn’t have a lot of experience with “Regency” romances. To me, this is merely an unexpected romance set in an historical era, so I was a lot more forgiving of aspects of the plot that seemed to bother other readers based on the reviews that I skimmed. This is the story of a shared quest that brings two very different men together, and I was happily along for the ride.  Continue reading

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Review: Unmasked by the Marquess (Regency Impostors #1) by Cat Sebastian

Unmasked by the MarquessThe most interesting and appealing thing about this book is that it did not follow what I’ve come to realize is the traditional romance plot structure. I thought I knew exactly how this book was going to go. I was completely wrong, and I loved it all the more for it.  Continue reading

Review: The Soldier’s Scoundrel (Turner Series #1) by Cat Sebastian

Soldier's ScoundrelI’m starting to see the appeal of romances, especially the ones where a happily ever is guaranteed. I don’t always like the emotional angst characters have to go through to get there, and I’ve discovered that I’m not a huge fan of the “you’re better off without me” trope (it hits a bit close to home in my own personal history). However, there are certain instances where it works, such as in a time and society where two people in love being together is literally a crime (sadly, this is still the case in our own time).  Continue reading

Review: The Lawrence Browne Affair (Turner Series #2) by Cat Sebastian

Lawrence Browne AffairA break from the daily routine in the form of a business trip to Seattle for the day job meant a break in my regular reading habits. Ages ago, my favorite contemporary romance author (okay, Anna Zabo is really the only contemporary romance author I really read) noted that a novel by one of their favorite romance authors was having a Kindle sale, so I snatched it up. This story was a quick and fluid read over the course of two lovely evenings, and exactly the right fare for my trip.  Continue reading