Posts Tagged ‘Alexandra Hawkins’
Tweet Veena’s review of A Duke But No Gentleman (Masters of Seduction, Book 1) by Alexandra Hawkins Regency Romance published by St. Martins Paperbacks 30 Jun 15 While this is a catchy title and certainly our hero the Duke is definitely a rake before he meets and falls in love, as is typical of most […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Christmas Brides by Suzanne Enoch, Alexandra Hawkins, Elizabeth Essex & Valerie Bowman Historical Romance anthology published by St. Martin’s 30 Sep 14 This is one of those rare anthologies in which every novella actually works for me. That doesn’t happen very often, because there’s usually one or two that just aren’t up […]
Tweet We were happy to have Alexandra Hawkins blog about those bad boys she’s so very good at creating as she celebrated the closing book in her Lords of Vice series, Twilight with the Infamous Earl.
Tweet Sandy M’s Review of The Scandalously Bad Mr. Milroy (Bedagraynes, Book 2) by Alexandra Hawkins Historical Romance published by St. Martin’s Paperbacks 1 Nov 13 I am thoroughly enjoying this Bedegrayne family. Therefore, I’m hoping updated versions of the last two books will be forthcoming soon. Now that I’ve gotten to know Devona and […]
Tweet These Lords of Vice are going to be missed. Bad boys to the bone, they carved their lives their own way, and romance readers had such fun going along on each and every journey with them. Last is Frost, the baddest boy of them all. I’m sure there’s debates out there on what readers […]
Tweet It’s always a pleasure to drop by, TGTBTU. I’m honored to be your guest blogger today! With the recent release of my two ebooks: The No Good Irresistible Viscount Tipton and The Scandalously Bad Mr. Milroy, I’m finally able to share more details about my earlier books that I wrote under the pen name, […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Twilight with the Infamous Earl (Lords of Vice, Book 7) by Alexandra Hawkins Historical Romance published by St. Martin’s Paperbacks 26 Nov 13 This is it. The last book in this Lords of Vice series. And ending with the baddest boy of them all seems a fitting send-off. Frost has beguiled […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of The No Good Irresistible Viscount Tipton (Bedegraynes, Book 1) by Alexandra Hawkins Historical Romance published/reissued by St. Martin’s Paperbacks 1 Nov 13 I’ve been a fan of Alexandra Hawkins for a few years now, discovering her Carlyle family series when she was writing under the name of Barbara Pierce. I never […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of All Afternoon with a Scandalous Marquess (Lords of Vice, Book 5) by Alexandra Hawkins Historical Romance published by St. Martin’s 31 Jul 12 It seems I’m in the minority among readers and reviewers in liking – no, loving this latest Lords of Vice book. I’m sorry I waited so long […]
Tweet Our thanks to Alexandra Hawkins for her guest blog giving us a look into author deadlines and the crazy lifestyle that goes with them. I sure as heck appreciate those wonderful stories I get much more now!
Tweet If you like sinful heroes who fall hard for that perfect woman who pushes all his buttons, you should be reading Alexandra Hawkins‘ Lords of Vice series. The Notorious Lord is Vane, Earl of Vanewright, and he’s as sinful as they come, as Isabel is about find out once she engages him in a […]
Tweet It’s funny how good intentions, routines, and healthy habits seem to fly right out the window when I’m on deadline. I’d like to blame the sinus infection I was fighting last month when I turned in my latest manuscript; however, I don’t have much of an excuse for the other four books in the […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Sunrise with a Notorious Lord (Lords of Vice, Book 4) by Alexandra Hawkins Historical Romance published by St. Martin’s Paperbacks 3 Jan 12 These Lords of Vice only get more and more interesting as the series goes on. Each man is so different from the other, with only their sin […]
Tweet We’d like to thank Alexandra Hawkins for joining us for the release of her latest Lords of Vice book, After Dark with a Scoundrel. Also, thanks to all of you who shared your vices, both good and bad, with the romance community. Books, print and electronic, and chocolate – why is that not a […]
Tweet These Lords of Vice by Alexandra Hawkins have been a lot of fun to read. Underneath their vices – the excesses, the debauchery and quite a bit more – however, they each have a somewhat tortured soul that only their heroine can soothe. I think Dare is my favorite so far. He’s a man […]