A young American seeks and finds a husband in Regency England. He might not be the man she thought he was. Also includes some interesting historical horticulture.
by fangswandsfairy • 2014 Historical Romance Reading Challenge, Book Review Fiction, Historical Romance • Tags: aristocracy, Avon, collaboration, Count, Duke, Earl, eligible, HarperCollins, Horses, house party, Lady, Lord, Marriage, matchmaker, officer, Regency, Season, the ton
I just love the Regency house party. Where house parties set in the Edwardian period are almost always murder mysteries, the Regency house party novel is a frothy chance for mischief and matchmaking.
Every girl wonders whether the boy who wants her first kiss REALLY loves her. When her entire life, her chance for love depends on judging whether it’s true or if he loves her Pounds Sterling, Grace needs a little more than pretty words and bouquets.
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Historical Romance • Tags: Accidental Duchess, blackmail, Cards, Duke, Fairbourne Quartet, French, Gaming, Georgian, Jove, Madeline Hunter, Penguin, the ton, treason
A young woman of means is blackmailed via an adolescent experiment. If compromised she could be ruined and only one man can save her as she struggles to solve the problem on her own through her uncanny luck at the gaming tables.
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Historical Romance • Tags: aristocracy, Bronwen Evans, England, governess, Libertine Scholars, London, Napoleon, society, strong women, the ton, war hero, Waterloo, women's rights
An injured hero, unjustly accused of a crime and a wife on the lam discover each other in an action filled historical romance series starter.