Have you been reading the Italian Gourmet-Baby-Food Baron’s Ironically Pregnant Virgin Mistress? If not, you should. The serial is on Chapter 5.
Dear Ms. Napier: This was a bit of a surprise to me given how explicit it is. It read more like a Blaze at times than a Harlequin Presents. I also thought that it had a bit of a different HP feel. I wonder what those who don’t like HPs ... more >
One Night with His Virgin Mistress by Sara Craven. 19 year old heroine bedsits a flat while trying to write a historical adventure romance (reads like a classic bodice ripper btw). Hero is a quazillionaire who foregoes his fortune to work as a troubleshooting engineer. The two end up living ... more >
Angelo’s Captive Virgin by India Grey. I know that some well known authors like Grey’s voice but the doormat to asshole ratio is very high in this book, leaving me dissatisfied. Anna, or Lady Roseanna Delafield, is forced to sell her family estate. The family has fallen on hard times ... more >
For our UK readers, the 100 Years of Mills & Boon Centenary Exhibition opens on June 6th at the Manchester Central Library. According to the Manchester site, The exhibition explores the evolution of 20th century social and sexual mores in Britain, alongside the development of the world’s leading romance publisher. ... more >
Of the three books reviewed below, two have that distinct HP feel to them replete with the high powered arrogant hero and the less empowered female. The two with the distinctive HP evoked more emotional response than the first one, His Mistress by Arrangement, but I gave higher marks to ... more >