Tightrope by Amanda Quick brings us back to Burning Cove. Espionage, obsession and romance await you in this 1930s historical romantic suspense.
For the Duke’s Eyes Only by Lenora Bell is the second novel in the School for Dukes and features Lady India Rochester a forward thinking archaeologist and Daniel Bonds, the Duke of Ravenwood, a thrill-seeking antiquities hunter. Bell took me on quite the ride as she shared their past and revealed their secrets. From Paris to London the wicked banter and off the chart heat had me devouring their story.
Privateers, puzzles and kidnapping. Arrgh, Matey! The Other Miss Bridgerton by Julia Quinn is the third novel in the Rokesbys series and I’ve had such a blast with these stories. A witty, delightful heroine and a scoundrel with a soft-side await you as we set sail to Portugal!
Fans of historical fiction will want to grab the delightful anthology, A Christmas to Remember by Lisa Kleypas, Lorraine Heath, Megan Frampton and Vivienne Lorret. I devoured these stories set at Christmas and had a good time with them all.
I tend to be an eclectic reader and often follow my moods. After several reviews from fellow bloggers, I began the School for Dukes series by Lenora Bell and dove headfirst into What a Difference a Duke Makes. I had the most splendid time with this hero and feisty heroine.
It’s In His Kiss by Julia Quinn, narrated by Simon Prebble is the seventh Bridgerton novel and shares the romance of Hyacinth, the youngest and most outspoken of the siblings. A diary, hidden jewels and wicked banter made this tale delightful.
I have really been enjoying The Four Hundred series by Joanna Shupe. A Notorious Vow is the third book in the series, but can be read as a standalone. Greedy relations, a desperate young woman and a smexy recluse made for a deliciously entertaining read.
A feisty heroine, a troubled, soon to be Duke, and two orphaned girls made The Governess Game by Tessa Dare an addictive, swoon-worthy edition to the Girl Meets Duke series. Pirates, malaise, and lessons aided in delivering a heartwarming tale that left me wishing Tessa Dare released a new book every month. A girl can dream right?