Publisher: Endeavour Press

August 15, 2016

Review – The Clandestine Betrothal by Alice Chetwynd Ley

Review – The Clandestine Betrothal by Alice Chetwynd Ley

Not too long ago, I read the third book in this series (as they work as standalones) and was met with a clean romance — the kind not typically found in the genre anymore. It wasn’t a standout but sweet enough and a quick read. The Clandestine Betrothal followed a similar suit but I found it less enjoyable. The first […]

July 25, 2016

Review – A Season at Brighton by Alice Chetwynd Ley

Review – A Season at Brighton by Alice Chetwynd Ley

Get ready for a simple romance in this reprint of Alice Chetwynd Ley’s A Season of Brighton. Though the third in a series, this book can be read alone as many romances can. Following the tale of three sisters with a mother intent on marrying them off to one of the most eligible bachelors around, it’s a mark of what a romance […]

July 21, 2016

Review – Parthena’s Promise by Valerie Holmes

Review – Parthena’s Promise by Valerie Holmes

I’m not much of a beach-goer but if I were to go and take a book, this one would be ideal. Parthena’s Promise is the perfect example of short and sweet. A historical romance set in the early 1800’s, Holmes introduces us to Miss Parthena Munro and Mr. Jerome Fender. The lady has had her troubles and in a surge of […]

July 13, 2016

Review – The Toast of the Town by Alice Chetwynd Ley

Review – The Toast of the Town by Alice Chetwynd Ley

I managed to read the Eversley books completely out of order. These books work as standalones, but the characters tie in to each other so it made for a few memory gaps that thankfully didn’t take away too much from the story. In the third book, A Season at Brighton, there’s talk of a Miss Georgiana Eversley who broke the heart of […]