Review: The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice & Virtue

One doesn't often come across a Georgian novel that's narrated purely from a male's perspective. Not only is Mackenzie Lee's writing a breath of fresh air, but it's also incredibly clever and fun. Henry Monty is your classic rake. He drinks, gambles, fornicates, and is determined to be as much of an embarrassment to his … Continue reading Review: The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice & Virtue

New Release: An Eye for an Earl

Step into the world of The Scarlet Salon, London's most elite and notoriousย brothel Isabelle Beaumont may be the most sought-after courtesan in London, but thereโ€™s more to this beautiful seductress than meets the eye. Born to nobility, yet consigned to a life on the streets, Isabelle has done more than just survive. Hell truly hath … Continue reading New Release: An Eye for an Earl

The Last Visit to the Tudor Court

I've enjoyed reading Philippa Gregory's historical novels ever since her release of "The Other Boleyn Girl." Not only are her books very well-researched and historically accurate but she really makes me sympathize with her main characters. "The Last Tudor" was the story of the three Grey sisters: Jane, Katherine and Mary. It's told from each … Continue reading The Last Visit to the Tudor Court