Posts Tagged ‘Julia Quinn’
Veena’s review of And Then She Fell (Cynster Sisters Duo, Book 1) by Stephanie Laurens Historical Romance published by Avon 26 Mar 13 For years Cynster males defined Regency heroes for me. Those brave, strong, silent warrior males who recognized what they wanted instantly and then spent the rest of the book winning their lady [...]
Yes, yes…I know I’m late getting my list ready for you, faithful reader. Life gets busy sometimes and I get distracted. But here I am with my list! Yay!! Onward!
C2’s review of A Night Like This (Smythe-Smith, Book 2) by Julia Quinn Historical romance released by Avon, 29 May 2012 In Julia Quinn’s newest release, Daniel Smythe-Smith finally returns home to England after years in exile on the Continent. A male Smythe-Smith?? You know you’re intrigued…
C2’s review of Just Like Heaven (Smythe-Smith, Book 1) by Julia Quinn Historical Romance published by Avon 31 May 11 The Smythe-Smiths are here! The Smythe-Smiths are here!
C2’s review of The Lady Most Likely…A Novel in Three Parts by Julia Quinn, Eloisa James and Connie Brockway Historical Romance published by Avon 28 Dec 10 Based on the author firepower behind “The Lady Most Likely”, I’m sure reader expectations are high. I mean, Julia Quinn, Eloisa James and Connie Brockway working together in [...]
Liviania’s review of Ten Things I Love About You by Julia Quinn Historical romance released by Avon 25 May 2010 I will freely admit to being partial to Julia Quinn. The Viscount Who Loved Me was one of my first romances and you don’t forget the books that first brought you to the genre. But [...]
My thoughts on RomCon are all over the place. If you want an extremely detailed minute by minute playbook, this is not where you’ll get that. RomCon? Well, I’d do it again. I’ve never been to any conferences/conventions before 2010, but this year I’ve hit up RT, Lori Foster’s get together, and now RomCon. I [...]
Birdie’s review of Ten Things I Love About You by Julia Quinn Historical Romance published by Avon 25 May 10 SIDE NOTE: I’m a JQ fan. Just getting that out there before I start the review. But if I say that I am a JQ fan, I also have to say that as of late [...]
You’re in for a treat today! Welcome to Duck Chat! Ohmyohmyohmy! Squeeeeeeeeeeeee! Kathryn Smith is here!!!!! As most of you know, Kathryn’s vampire series, Brotherhood of the Blood, is a favorite of fans everywhere, but the really big news lately is that she’s writing straight historicals once again, and Kathryn will be talking about that [...]
Lawson’s review of What Happens in London by Julia Quinn Historical romance released by Avon 30 Jun 09 This book is the sequel to The Secret Diaries of Miranda Cheever, following Miranda’s best friend Olivia. I don’t know how many have been wanting this story, but I’m glad to see that Olivia got her story [...]
No, that’s not a typo. I’m unique. And the rogue duckie – so instead of making my own “Best of 2008″ list… I’m going for the new year. These are the 10 books I’m most looking forward to in 2009. (You’ll notice some books don’t even have cover art yet.)
Liviania’s review of Mr. Cavendish, I Presume (Two Dukes of Wyndham, Book 2) by Julia Quinn Historical romance released by Avon 30 Sep 08 The Lost Duke of Wyndham told of a highwayman and a servant falling in love. Julia Quinn appropriately approaches its companion Mr. Cavendish, I Presume in a different manner. It’s a [...]
Sandy M reviews The Two Dukes of Wyndham Series by Julia Quinn Historical romances released by Avon 27 May 08 and Sept 08 There’s been a lot of talk since the release of the second book of this duo, Mr. Cavendish, I Presume, about readers being disappointed it is only a regurgitation of scenes word [...]
Lawson’s review of Mr. Cavendish, I Presume (Two Dukes of Wyndham, Book 2) by Julia Quinn Historical romance released by Avon 26 Sept 08 The second book in the Two Dukes of Wyndham series, which follows The Lost Duke of Wyndham, picks up where the last one left off. Or maybe it should be, it [...]
Well, it’s taken me a week to recuperate and get back into the swing of things since I got home from San Francisco. Was it all worth it? Damn straight! I was supposed to be at the RWA National Conference as a writer. I started writing only a year or so ago, so I was [...]