Review

Review: A Little Light Mischief by Cat Sebastian (2019)

A Turner Series Novella

Heat Factor: Marshmallow toasting levels

Character Chemistry: Molly is just what Alice needs

Plot: Disgraced vicar’s daughter grows spine, learns art of blackmail

Overall: Good build up, abrupt resolution

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Review: Pursued by the Rake by Mary Lancaster (2020)

Season of Scandal Book #1

Heat Factor: It’s not throbby and there’s no slick flesh but by golly it was satisfying

Character Chemistry: It was seriously the sweetest, most adorable romance and I MELTED

Plot: Lady-in-Waiting is tricked and compromised, and then rescued by hands-down my current favorite hero (this man is like, 50% chill and 50% capable and my heart swelled so much I was concerned for my health)

Overall: After what has felt like a tiny smut slump, this absolutely adorable and totally sexy regency reminded me why I love this stuff in the first place.

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Review: A Wallflower Christmas by Lisa Kleypas (2008)

Wallflowers, Book 4.5

Heat Factor: Get cozy on the rug in front of the fire heat level

Character Chemistry: Very solid, considering it’s a novella that also involves all four Wallflowers

Plot: I shouldn’t love you, you rogue, but I can’t help myself.

Overall: Very good for a snuggle with a blanket and a cuppa

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Review: A Good Rogue is Hard to Find by Kelly Bowen (2015)

Lords of Worth, Book 2

Review of Lords of Worth, Book 1 here.

Heat Factor: High

Character Chemistry: Excellent banter and touching moments of real connection

Plot: Presents a legitimate moral dilemma

Overall: It’s ridiculous, but I’m not reading this for the realism

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Review: How to Marry a Marquis by Julia Quinn (1999)

Agents of the Crown, Book 2

Heat Factor: Like hot chocolate on a snowy day. But the really rich, decadent, sensual kind of hot chocolate.

Character Chemistry: Excellent

Plot: Well, it involves someone using a false identity and also courtship lessons. So it’s ridiculous.

Overall: This book gives me the warm fuzzies inside.

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