Yours Truly, The Duke is the first book in Amelia Grey’s new historical romance series, Say I Do. Amelia Grey is one of my favourite historical romance authors so I was very happy to see this start of a new series, and I wasn’t disappointed. Fredericka has been taking care of her sister’s orphaned childrenContinue reading “Review: Yours Truly, The Duke by Amelia Grey”
The Lady Takes It All by Terri Brisbin is the first book in her new series Unexpected Heirs of Scotland and is a wonderful start to the series. Joshua Robertson is a former diplomat and explorer who partnered with the wrong person. His reputation practically in ruins, he unexpectedly inherits the viscountcy of Dunalastair, quietingContinue reading “Review: The Lady Takes It All by Terri Brisbin”
The Masquerade of the Marchioness by Claire Delacroix My rating: 5 of 5 stars The Masquerade of the Marchioness is the 2nd book in Claire Delacroix’s new regency series The Ladies’ Essential Guide to the Art of Seduction. Although the book is a part of a series, it can easily be read as a standalone.Continue reading “Review: The Masquerade of the Marchioness by Claire Delacroix”
This past weekend was the Romancing the Capital book conference here in Ottawa. This was the fourth year for the conference, and I’m very happy to say that the organizer, Eve Langlais, is planning on doing another in 2019! Yay! As you may have guessed, this conference focuses on romance novels in all forms from sweet to well, basically whatever you can think of. This was my third year attending, and the second year in which my friend, Dianne, attended with me…and we are planning on attending next year as well, and maybe dragging along another friend or two.
Saturday August 5th was day two of Romancing the Capital 2017 (RTC) a romance author/reader event organized by Eve Langlais which takes place in Ottawa, Ontario. This is the third year for the conference, and my second year attending. The conference is a small one compared to some others, from what I understand (this is the only one I’ve attended personally), but it gives readers the opportunity to really mingle with the authors in attendance and get to know them a little better.