Romancing Mister Bridgerton by Julia Quinn

November 21st, 2017 Kimberly Review 25 Comments

21st Nov
Romancing Mister Bridgerton by Julia Quinn

Romancing Mister Bridgerton is the fourth novel in the Bridgertons series by Julia Quinn, and I continue my journey with the narrations of Rosalyn Landor. Penelope Featherington has been in love with her best friend’s brother Colin Bridgerton since childhood, but like the rest of the ton, he barely notices her..but this season things are going to get interesting.

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Falling Into Bed with a Duke by Lorraine Heath

November 10th, 2015 Kimberly Giveaway, Review 46 Comments

10th Nov
Falling Into Bed with a Duke by Lorraine Heath

Falling Into Bed with a Duke is the first novel in Lorraine Heath’s all new Hellions of Havisham series. Humor, strong characters and a little mystery romance made this devilishly good tale delightful. I love discovering hellions and strong opinionated heroines who know exactly what they want ..or maybe not. Lorraine Heath writes characters that you connect with and root for. Come meet Minerva and Ashe..I dare you not to fall for them.

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Say Yes to the Marquess by Tessa Dare

December 23rd, 2014 Kimberly Review 38 Comments

23rd Dec
Say Yes to the Marquess by Tessa Dare

Say Yes to the Marquess the second book in Tessa Dare’s Castle Ever After series was such a delicious romp. Take a strong, quirky, intelligent heroine and a ruthless prizefighter and notorious rake then, mix in a castle, meddlesome siblings and you have the makings of a brilliant tale that will make you laugh and swoon!

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How the Scoundrel Seduces by Sabrina Jeffries

August 19th, 2014 Kimberly Review 46 Comments

19th Aug
How the Scoundrel Seduces by Sabrina Jeffries

I have been thoroughly enjoying the Duke’s Men series by Sabrina Jeffries with its regency romances and suspenseful mysteries. How the Scoundrel Seduces shares investigator Tristan Bonnaud’s story and that of a young woman we met in the last pages of When the Rogue Returns. Tristan is swoon-worthy and I adored seeing him fall. How the Scoundrel Seduces brings us laughter, romance and suspense while tying up some threads from previous books. I consumed this in a single evening and was left pining for the next book.

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How to Lose a Lord in 10 Days or Less by Elizabeth Michels

July 1st, 2014 Kimberly Review 65 Comments

1st Jul
How to Lose a Lord in 10 Days or Less by Elizabeth Michels

How to Lose A Lord in 10 Days or Less is the third book in the Tricks of the Ton series by Elizabeth Michels. This is a series I have thoroughly enjoyed with feisty, original female protagonists and complicated heroes. Laced with humor, passion and suspenseful moments How to Lose a Lord in 10 Days or Less was a fun romp that had me laughing and sighing. I found myself lost within its pages.

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Engaging the Earl by Diana Quincy

June 17th, 2014 Kimberly Review 53 Comments

17th Jun
Engaging the Earl by Diana Quincy

I have thoroughly enjoyed the Accidental Peers series by Diana Quincy, so when an opportunity presented itself to review the newest novel, Engaging the Earl I jumped at the chance. While this was not my favorite of the series, Quincy once again gave me a feisty heroine to make me laugh and a hero who I felt for even as I wanted to slap him in the back of the head.

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A Dangerous Madness by Michelle Diener

May 19th, 2014 Kimberly Review 35 Comments

19th May
A Dangerous Madness by Michelle Diener

I love Michelle Diener’s historical suspense mysteries. They are all based around actual events, with delightful characters and a side dish of romance. A Dangerous Madness is connected to her previous novels; The Emperor’s Conspiracy and Banquet of Lies since we see characters from those novels but all are standalone and can be read in any order.

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The Bride Says No by Cathy Maxwell

January 27th, 2014 Kimberly Review 48 Comments

27th Jan
The Bride Says No by Cathy Maxwell

The Bride Says No is the first book in the Brides of Wishmore series by Cathy Maxwell. I have read a few of Maxwell’s earlier works and enjoyed them. The Bride Says No is the story of two sisters and while it visits some familiar tropes I consumed this in a single afternoon and rather enjoyed the escape. Mini review: a heartwarming forbidden romance, with growth, love and lessons set against a small Scotland village during the Regency Era.

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