Book Review Extravaganza


  1. Hey Belinda,

    Wow. Good for you reading five books and reviewing them.

    You've got to love those Victorians. Imagine talking all that talk about being proper, when folks were being very naughty.


    1. Thanks! I wish I had kept it up this week… I think I made my brain tired haha.

      It's the quiet ones you have to watch out for… you know… ladies in the street, freaks in the bed…

      Did I just reference Ludacris when talking about the Victorians? Why yes, I think I just did.

      1. I bet you Ludacris would get a kick out of being applied to Victorian lit. ;D—

  2. Five books in a week? Yay for a week off work! The Bargain sounds good–love men in uniform.

    1. No kidding! I couldn't believe it once I actually looked at my read pile vs my to-read pile. I think you'd enjoy The Bargain… though the hero isn't in uniform anymore, he still acts like he is. ;)

  3. I love Regency Romances, but they have to be funny. Hence, my love of Georgette Heyer. Never laughed so hard in my life as when I read Friday's Child.

    1. I really enjoyed The Bargain. I was chuckling because the hero was just so cute when he was snarky! Of the books I read, that was the funniest. Some people found the heroine really spoiled, but I think that's because those readers bought into the hero's younger sister, who was ridiculously biased against the heroine.

      The Grand Sophy by Miss Heyer had me absolutely rolling. I haven't read Friday's Child… adding it to my list!

    1. Me too! Sometimes I get overwhelmed with all the reviews on Goodreads, though. So I thought I'd pull sections of my reviews out to share what I've been reading.

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