LibraryThing Review Emily Townsend is the paid companion of the dowager Countess Bradleigh. When the dowager's grandson, the Earl of Bradleigh, announces his engagement, the Countess sweeps her household to London to get
LibraryThing Review There isn't much to be said about this story that is not already in the blurb, except maybe the villain. There are no real spoilers there. The real story is in the interaction between the two
LibraryThing Review This is a nice little story, but it seemed like a long short story rather than a novel. Candace Hern writes very well, and she presents interesting and entertaining characters, some of them very funny
LibraryThing Review I wasn't a big fan of this book. It was predictable and the characters were very bland and boring. It wasn't the worst book I've read, but it was far from the best.
LibraryThing Review I love a good Regency romance, whether it's a tame Georgette Heyer or a more racy Julia Quinn...and who can forget about Jane Austen? I had to take advantage of an opportunity to discover a new author
Review: A Proper Companion (Regency Rakes #1) This was no Georgette Heyer book, but I still enjoyed it for the most part. There were a few instances where I thought it might turn out to be one of those (surprise!) harlequin romance novels but thankfully remained clean other than a few out there references.