Tag Archives: England

because historical romances are *always* so very realistic

Let’s face it, most all these historical romances are utterly and completely ridiculous: Husbands coming back from the dead; long-lost heirs and heiresses; forged wills; bad-but-actually-good pirates and crime lords; kidnapped children and heroines; murdering psychopaths always on the loose … Continue reading

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Merely A Mister (An utterly biased review)

Merely A Mister by Sherry Lynn Ferguson My rating: 4 of 5 stars To begin, let me say that Ms Ferguson penned one of my favourite regency romances a few years ago and so bought my loyalty for all eternity. … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Bennet talks some sense into Margaret Hale/ When a North&South Miss meets a Pride&Prejudice Mrs/ fun made-up dialogue

The dialogue below is not my work, but taken from the blog What Would Lizzie Bennet Do?  After Margaret Hale rejects the ardent and smoldering Mr Thornton, our Liz Bennet, the newly wedded Mrs Elizabeth Darcy takes her to hand … Continue reading

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