This book isn’t usually the Regency romance we get, but it is absolutely one we deserve. I giggled so much while reading this delightful story that the spouse thought I was losing my mind. As usual, Hall’s excellent use of language in both the narrative and dialogue of this tale elevated it from potential massiveContinue reading “Book Review: Something Fabulous by Alexis Hall”
As an author who experiences chronic anxiety, I identified perhaps too well with the character of Amelia in this Regency romance story. In her place, I’d happily retreat to the countryside and abandon all my triggers, but I also sympathized with her desire to stay part of her loved ones’ lives. It’s a difficult balanceContinue reading “Review: A Delicate Deception (Regency Impostors #3) by Cat Sebastian”
Two years later, David Lauriston and Murdo Balfour meet once again. The events of this book revolve around King George’s visit to Scotland, which personifies one of the things I’m most enjoying about this trilogy. So much of Regency(ish) romance takes place in London and English estates. Shifting the location to Edinburgh brings to lifeContinue reading “Review: Beguiled (Enlightenment #2) by Joanna Chambers”
The list of romance authors I follow seems to be growing, as I add yet another writer whose books I shall now proceed to devour all of. I read this title in a single evening and immediately purchased the next in the series. Many romance books star lovers from vastly different backgrounds, but David LauristonContinue reading “Review: Provoked (Enlightenment #1) by Joanna Chambers”
The 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.