Betting on a Duke’s heart felt like an homage to older historical romances, in some ways for the better and in some ways for the worse. Dina and Aetius had great chemistry, but he was just a BIT too asshole-ish for me at times.
If I had to choose three words to describe Waiting for a Scot Like You they would be: Hot, hawt, and FUN. Seriously, I just had SO MUCH FUN reading Duncan and Beatrice’s story.
I’m such a sucker for confident business women – determined to do what they love despite all the odds – and insecure but hardworking lords who are all too aware of their responsibilities. That’s what you get with The Heiress Gets a Duke.
I dove straight into Someday My Duke Will Come right after finishing the first book in the series, A Good Duke is Hard to Find. I loved Quincy Nesbitt as soon as he was introduced in A Good Duke and was excited for his pairing with Lady Clara Ashford – his best friend’s cousin. And once I started reading, I didn’t want to put it down.
Lady Ana Maria no longer belongs below stairs with the servants, but neither does she feel she belongs in the glittery world of the London elite. Where she does feel like she belongs? In a world of brilliantly colored fabric…and with her brother’s best friend, Nash, Duke of Melvern.
Reading My Last Duchess reminded me why I fell in love with Eloisa James’s writing and made me want to start the entire Wildes of Lindow Castle series all over again!
I was super excited for this final installment in the Rogue Files series. I really enjoyed Nora in her sisters’ books, The Duke’s Stolen Bride and The Virgin and The Rogue, and was SO ready for some opposites attract/enemies to lovers romance. And while there was some of that, there was also a lot of strange pacing and a decided lack of connection between Nora and Constantine.
The first book in the Wallflowers vs. Rogues series picks up shortly after the end of One Fine Duke with the Duke of Thorndon’s sister Beatrice and carpenter/sailor Stamford Wright who just. keeps. disturbing. her. peace.
A Widow’s Guide to Scandal was a delightful childhood friends to lovers romance with a bit of Revolutionary War intrigue on the side! I believe this was my first US Revolutionary War romance, which made for a very interesting setting to Henrietta and Marcus’s story.
Would I Lie to the Duke by Eva Leigh My rating: 5 of 5 stars You’ll laugh! You’ll cry! (Like, literally, I cried. Real tears. Running down my face. And I don’t cry reading very often. Hit me right in the feels.) I absolutely adored Would I Lie to the Duke! (Even though it made …