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By Rosemary Stevens -
This work is the third in Stevens’ mystery series, which features famous Regency dandy Beau Brummell. Frederica, the Duchess of York, has invited ...Read Review
By Jo Manning -
Beautiful, wicked, seductive Lady Sophia Rowley is bored by her forced seclusion on her late husband’s country estate. Add to her boredom ...Read Review
By Shannon Donnelly -
Glynis Chatwin has a mission: to prove that she is a lady. Glynis and her brother are the children of a union between ...Read Review
By Barbara Hazard -
Billed as a Regency romance, you get quite a bit more than that for your money. It’s also a quietly spooky ghost ...Read Review
By Eloisa James -
This is the final volume of James’s Regency trilogy (Potent Pleasures, Midnight Pleasures) and it is a pleasure to read. The main ...Read Review
By Catherine Palmer -
Ivy Bowden has always enjoyed the Yorkshire country life she leads with her parents and three younger sisters. Now, in 1815, she is anticipating ...Read Review
By T.F. Banks -
In June 1815, as Wellington’s army faces down the French somewhere in Belgium, in London the officers of Bow Street wage war against ...Read Review
By Jo Beverley -
Clarissa Greystone, known as the Devil’s Heiress, is haunted by the circumstances surrounding the death of her despised fiancé. Forced to take ...Read Review
By Tracy Fobes -
Although this novel is set in the Scottish Highlands in 1813, it begins with a flashback to 1796 when the Duke of Argyll’s wife ...Read Review
By Teresa Medeiros -
Laura Fairleigh’s dear friend and benefactor has died, leaving Laura and her siblings homeless unless they can prevail upon her son for ...Read Review
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