Book review: Virginia Heath, Never Rescue a Rogue

Never Rescue a Rogue Why on earth would she want to kiss him when he vexed her so? Diana Merriwell and Giles Sinclair only tolerate one another for the sake of their nearest and dearest. Everyone believes that they are meant to be together, but Diana and Giles know that it is animosity, not attraction, … More Book review: Virginia Heath, Never Rescue a Rogue

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Book review: Rachel Brimble, Victoria and Violet

Victoria & Violet It should be a dream come true to serve the Queen of England… When Violet Parker is told she will be Queen Victoria’s personal housemaid, she cannot believe her good fortune. She finally has the chance to escape her overbearing mother, a servant to the Duchess of Kent. Violet hopes to explore … More Book review: Rachel Brimble, Victoria and Violet

Guest post: Lucy Morris, Tempted by Her Outcast Viking

Tempted By Her Outcast Viking Tempted by the Warrior But she’ll never wed Brynhild had once been close to Erik – until he’d betrayed her, and she’d hoped never to see him again. Now the fiercely independent shieldmaiden needs Erik’s skills to rescue her sister. Striking a truce with the tough, isolated loner they reach … More Guest post: Lucy Morris, Tempted by Her Outcast Viking

Book review: Ella Matthews, Secrets of her Forbidden Knight

Secrets of Her Forbidden Knight She’s rescued a knight Now she needs the favour returned… When widowed Lady Johanne happens upon an injured knight, she sees an opportunity to form an alliance and protect her home, Castle Brae, from her enemies. The betrothal she proposes might be merely for appearances, but the very real attraction … More Book review: Ella Matthews, Secrets of her Forbidden Knight

Book review: Josie Bonham, The Duke’s Bluestocking

The Duke’s Bluestocking Temptation like never before for the fashion-loving bluestocking when she meets an unconventional duke. Headstrong Grace Bamford is determined to remain unwed and keep her independence. Which means interesting, marriageable men are best avoided. Her classical studies and philanthropy are more important to her than a husband and a lot safer. Angus Medley’s life is … More Book review: Josie Bonham, The Duke’s Bluestocking

Spotlight: The Du Lac Chronicles, Mary Anne Yarde

The Du Lac Chronicles (Book 1 of The Du Lac Chronicles) By Mary Anne Yarde A generation after Arthur Pendragon ruled, Briton lies fragmented into warring kingdoms and principalities. Eighteen-year-old Alden du Lac ruled the tiny kingdom of Cerniw. Now he half-hangs from a wooden pole, his back lashed into a mass of bloody welts … More Spotlight: The Du Lac Chronicles, Mary Anne Yarde

Book review: Philippa Jane Keyworth, Lord of Worth

Lord of Worth London 1776: Lord Worth is busying himself restoring his family fortunes and burying any feelings he still harbours for the woman who rejected his proposal. The fact that the lady in question—Lady Rebecca Fairing—happens to be his sister’s best friend, his niece’s godmother, and present at every Societal gathering of consequence is… … More Book review: Philippa Jane Keyworth, Lord of Worth

Book review: Kathleen McGurl, The Storm Girl

The Storm Girl The gripping new historical novel from the USA Today bestselling author of The Girl from Bletchley Park and The Forgotten Secret. A heartbreaking choice. A secret kept for centuries. 1784. When Esther Harris’s father hurts his back, she takes over his role helping smugglers hide contraband in the secret cellar in their pub. But when the free traders’ … More Book review: Kathleen McGurl, The Storm Girl

Guest post: Sarah Rodi, Escaping with Her Saxon Enemy

Escaping With Her Saxon Enemy Her tempting enemy is a chink in her armour! Viking shield maiden, Svea Ivarsson, would far rather face Saxon warriors than be on the run with the fiercely captivating Lord Ashford Stanton, protector to the Saxon King. Reaching Ash’s family castle, Svea must swap her chainmail for life as a Lady. … More Guest post: Sarah Rodi, Escaping with Her Saxon Enemy