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Donna’s Review: A Fierce Wind by Regan Walker

Donna’s Review: A Fierce Wind by Regan Walker

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Overall Rating: 5.00

One of the best things about Regan Walker’s books is the historical accuracy. This book takes place in the 1790’s after the French King was deposed and before Napoleon. Frederick West, brother to the Earl of Torrington, works for the British crown.

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Donna’s Review: The Duke with the Dragon Tattoo by Kerrigan Byrne

Donna’s Review: The Duke with the Dragon Tattoo by Kerrigan Byrne

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Overall Rating: 5.00
Kerrigan Byrne writes wonderfully complex books that leave the reader feeling every emotion – love, hate, sympathy, worry, anger, laughter, joy and wraps them all in a great read with a HEA.

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Donna’s Review: The Heiress He’s Been Waiting For by Kaitlin O’Riley

Donna’s Review: The Heiress He’s Been Waiting For by Kaitlin O’Riley

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Overall Rating: 5.00
I am so thrilled Kaitlin O’Riley is writing again! Her first series about the five Hamilton sisters who run the family book shop is one of my all-time favorites. Those books have been re-read and sit on a keeper shelf.

Posted September 4, 2018 by Felicia S in 2018 Read, Donna's Reviews, Reviews / 0 Comments
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Donna’s Review: An Earl Like You by Caroline Linden

Donna’s Review: An Earl Like You by Caroline Linden

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Overall Rating: 5.00

I have read, and own, every book Caroline Linden has written, and they just get better and better. This book is the second one in the Wagers of Sin series and it’s wonderful!

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Donna’s Review: London’s Wicked Affair by Anabelle Bryant

Donna’s Review: London’s Wicked Affair by Anabelle Bryant

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Overall Rating: 4.00
Matthew Strathmore, Earl of Whittington, is determined to get his sister, Amelia, married and out of his London townhouse. Their parents live in the country as his father can’t breathe well in the London air.

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