ARC Review: Nobody’s Princess

Nobody's Princess by Erica Ridley Publication Date: 26 July 2022 My first Wild Wynchester experience was the fantastic The Perks of Loving a Wallflower. It was one of my favorite titles of last year. Then I read the first book, The Duke Heist, and loved that one almost as much. So my expectations of this... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: The Perfect Crimes of Marian Hayes

The Perfect Crimes of Marian Hayes by Cat Sebastian Publication Date: 07 June 2022 Picking up right where we left off at the end of The Queer Principles of Kitt Webb, this second book in Cat Sebastian's hist-rom series gives us a rather fun trope, that of blackmail-to-lovers. We get two loveable bisexual disasters in... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: A Lady for a Duke

A Lady for a Duke by Alexis Hall Publication Date: 24 May 2022 Every time a new Alexis Hall book comes out, I find myself declaring that it is the best book he's ever written. And then he releases another and makes a liar out of me. Such is the case with his new Regency... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: Say You’ll Be My Lady

Say You'll Be My Lady by Kate PembrookePublication Date: 22 February 2022 "It occurred to him then that men who preferred their females biddable and compliant were fools. He far preferred a lady unafraid to speak her own mind to stand up to him." After having met Lady Serena Wynter in the first book in... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Not the Kind of Earl You Marry

Not the Kind of Earl You Marry by Kate Pembrooke I have to admit, I always told myself that I was a contemporary romance gal, and that I really didn't like historicals. This was based on a couple of regency reads a long time ago that really didn't float my boat. But I can tell... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: Something Fabulous

Something Fabulous by Alexis HallPublication Date: 25 Jan 2022 What can I say? Alexis Hall has long been one of my favorite authors, and this hilarious regency romp did not disappoint. I've never really liked the few regency romances that I've read, so I had pretty much written off the whole genre. Leave it to... Continue Reading →

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