One of my favorite romance tropes (especially if comedy) is the marriage/engagement of convenience. I haven’t analyzed why I love it very deeply, but my instinct tells me its a delight in the absurd about two people forced together who end up falling in love (because, of course, its romance and there has to be a HEA). This plot is perhaps most believable in the … Expand →
One of my favorite hist-ro series is Eloisa James’ The Essex Sisters quartet. Highly recommended for their humor, lovable characters and fabulous romance (and sizzling scenes), James weaves into her Regency time period contemporary issues like alcoholism and grief with a masterful touch. We first meet the Essex sisters with Much Ado About You, Tess’ story. As the eldest sister, Tess knows that she must … Expand →
My top eight contemporary historical romance novels (had to leave out Austen & Heyer…!). These are the books you can enjoy again and again. Splendid by Julia Quinn. I love stories of masquerades gone wrong, and this one is funny, warm and wonderful. Read an excerpt here. The Gilded Web by Mary Balogh. Mistaken identities and bed tricks…what could be juicier? I love the Earl … Expand →
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