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Historical Romance 101 Is Back Again!

Historical Romance 101 Is Back Again!

Posted 29 March, 2016 by Amanda / 1 Comment

If you loved our Historical Romance 101 posts last year, you’ll love them again this year. Every Monday and Friday in April (except the first), we’ll be posting about all things historical romance. On the 29th, we’ll end the month with a read-along of Indigo by Beverly Jenkins, so if you’d like to chime in, […]

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The Study of Seduction by Sabrina Jeffries {Amanda’s Review}

The Study of Seduction by Sabrina Jeffries {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 22 March, 2016 by Amanda / 6 Comments

Solid historical romance from Sabrina Jeffries. Thoughts on The Study of Seduction Sabrina Jeffries has always been an author whose books I enjoy… but never totally love. The Study of Seduction seemed to fit that pattern, although I did like that Edwin had ties to the Duke’s Men series (where he was supposed to marry […]

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The Rogue Not Taken by Sarah MacLean {Amanda’s Review}

The Rogue Not Taken by Sarah MacLean {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 14 March, 2016 by Amanda / 6 Comments

Must have more Scandal and Scoundrels. Thoughts on The Rogue Not Taken It’s not often I stay up until 1:45 a.m. reading, but when I do, there’s a good chance it’s because of Sarah MacLean. A Sarah MacLean book kicked off the Great Historical Romance Bender, so it should come as no surprise that I loved […]

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Against the Dark by Carolyn Crane {Amanda’s Review}

Against the Dark by Carolyn Crane {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 7 March, 2016 by Amanda / 2 Comments

I can haz moar Associates now? Thoughts on Against the Dark Against the Dark was so good I had to get the second book in the series immediately upon finishing. I do love books like that. It opened up a world of possibilities: what is this Association Cole works for, and where can I met […]

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I Kissed a Rogue by Shana Galen {Amanda’s Review}

I Kissed a Rogue by Shana Galen {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 1 March, 2016 by Amanda / 4 Comments

Didn’t quite live up to expectations. Thoughts on I Kissed a Rogue I’ve read Shana Galen books before… I’ve even read a Covent Garden Cubs novel before. So I was curious to read I Kissed a Rogue. (A title that also makes me think of I Kissed an Earl by JAL, which inspired a Katy […]

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Winter by Marissa Meyer {Amanda’s Review}

Winter by Marissa Meyer {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 15 February, 2016 by Amanda / 8 Comments

Can haz more Marissa Meyer now? Thoughts on Winter In order to prepare myself for Winter, I embarked on a reread of the four other books in The Lunar Chronicles (counting the Fairest “novella”). They stand up remarkably well to rereads, and prepared me to dive straight into Winter. At 800+ pages, Winter is both […]