The Themes: Don’t let anyone tell you who you are, only you get to decide that. Fear is a waste of energy and
The Carhart Series:
This Wicked Gift – wonderful, sweet
Proof by Seduction – for completists, you can see her potential
Trial by Desire – one of only two Milan books I don’t recommend
The Turner Brothers Series:
Unveiled – This is the romance novel hero I would marry, given that choice.
Unclaimed – She’s the rake in need of reformation.
Unraveled – great and a personal favourite
Unlocked – a bullied woman finds peace
The Brothers Sinister Series:
The Governess Affair – very good novella
The Duchess War – great
A Kiss for Midwinter (novella)– CLASSIC and an absolute favourite
The Heiress Effect – the secondary plot was lovely
The Countess Conspiracy – fantastic
The Suffragette Scandal – CLASSIC
Talk Sweetly to Me (novella) – good not great
The Worth Saga: Starting 2015
Once Upon a Marquess – nah
Her Every Wish novella – excellent
After the Wedding
The Devil Comes Courting
The Return of the Scoundrel
The Kissing Hour
A Tale of Two Viscounts
The Once and Future Earl
Independent Historical Novellas:
The Lady Always Wins – fair
What Happened at Midnight – fair
A Right Honorable Gentleman – short story, interesting
The Pursuit Of… – historical, LGBTQ, good
The Cyclone Series:
Trade Me – very good
Hold Me – GREAT! Better on each re-read.
The Year of the Crocodile (novella) – quick, entertaining, placeholder story
What Lies Between Me and You
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Which series do you like more or do you think is better: Turner Brothers or Brothers Sinister?
Well, I’d marry Ash Turner given half a chance, but I’d have to say the Brothers Sinister given how good they are and that I think Suffragette Scandal is a god damn masterpiece.
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Hello, can The Suffragette Scandal be read as a stand alone?
Absolutely and it’s one of the best romances ever published. I can’t praise it enough.