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Review of “One Good Earl Deserves a Lover” by Sarah MacLean

One Good Earl Deserves a Lover is not going to be one of my favorite books.  It isn’t going on my keeper shelf to be re-read over and over again (good thing, since it is a library book).  I’m not going to be tempted to name any pets Pippa or Cross/Jasper.  It wasn’t that kind …

Review of “Against the Tide” by Elizabeth Camden

And the streak continues.  Now that I’ve reached 3 bad books in a row maybe I’ll get one I like–you know since bad things supposedly come in threes.Against the Tide had so much potential.  The heroine, Lydia, is a young woman in 1891, who actually works for a living and isn’t a servant or a …

Review of “Wicked Intentions” by Elizabeth Hoyt

Yesterday, after finishing Follow My Lead, I waited a few hours to jump into a new book–not because of how good it was, but because of how bad it was.  I must confess to sometimes being a bit superstitious when it comes to reading and I’m always a bit wary of starting a book after a …

Review of The First Three Books in the Blue Raven Series by Kate Noble

I’ve been on a bit of a reading binge–so much so that I actually procured a 3rd library card–my Queens Library card still lets me borrow e-books, despite no longer living there.  I also have a Sunnyvale Library card that I applied for almost immediately after moving to California last year.  Now, I am the …

Review of “No Proper Lady” by Isabel Cooper

I want to start off by saying that this book is very far from what I normally read (I like my paranormals to be contemporary, thank you very much).  However, I gave it a try because I was looking for something different after going through the entire Pink Carnation Series in preparation for the release of …