Book Reviews (When There’s Nothing Else to Say)

I am wading through Day 5 of the great snotpocolypse of 2010. Yes, that’s as disgusting as it sounds. I have nothing funny, smart, or interesting to share with you because I’ve been blowing my brains out into about 1,062 kleenexes for the past week. So here, for your pleasure, are some book recommendations. Enjoy. Don’t worry, I won’t breathe on you. I wouldn’t wish this nastiness on my worst enemy. Well… maybe my worst.

Scandal in Spring by Lisa Kleypas

Daisy is one of my favorites in the series, and I like that Lisa Kleypas shook it up a bit and gave her a hero I wasn’t expecting. Lovely chemistry, and a great end to the series.

Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase

Read this because it came highly recommended from other romance fans, and I have to say I really enjoyed it, too. The hero was a little too tortured for my tastes, but it was well done and believable. Great book!

Bet Me by Jennifer Crusie

Fun read, complete with a lively cast of characters and a fairy tale ending. Epilogue possibly the best part (although the whole book was good).

Don’t Bargain With the Devil by Sabrina Jeffries

Really liked it! It was fun to see a Spanish setting, since you don’t usually get that in Regencies. I loved the charming hero and the spitfire heroine. They were a great pair, and the plot was compelling, as always!

Wed Him Before You Bed Him by Sabrina Jeffries

Loved Charlotte’s book in this series. I’m glad she finally got her time in the spotlight. I love Old Flame stories, and this one was no exception. Great chemistry between the characters, and a lot of fun plot twists!

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  • Gee all but one of these is a Regency. Should I sense a theme here? And gee, I've read all of those Regency's. I have not read Jennifer Crusie. Mainly because she does contemporary and I haven't been interested in reading that right now.

  • Well, I do enjoy my Regencies. 🙂 But I like other stuff too. Just so happens that this list is a little Regency-heavy.

  • “Devil in Winter” was my favorite of that particular series. Though I did very much like Daisy's book. Also, “Bet Me” is by and far the best Crusie book out there. I've read it and reread it.

  • I've heard several other people claim Devil in Winter as their favorite– I also loved that one, and I can see why a lot of people really like it. Glad you agree about Bet Me!