I have to say, Regency romances were the first romances I ever read. Sitting in a pink rocking chair at my grandma's cabin, I devoured them. She had a little bookcase filled with them, right next to the stairs so you could look outside and see the squirrels playing on the back deck. They will always have a special place in my heart.
So, here are a few I'd like to highlight. So, if you didn't see them the first time around, check them out! Great reading for the weekend.
A Lot Like a Lady She's in town for the Season, but she's not a lady. A a maid in masquerade, she will find that there is more than fun and games to be found in London. This is a wonderful trip through Regency London. Deception and romance mingle together to take you along an adventurous rollercoaster. Loved this book!
A Limited Engagement She needs money and he needs a fiancee. Preferrably one who doesn't expect to actually get married in the end. This is a wonderful example of what Regency romance should be. Breaking the ever-important rules, romance where they least expected it, and a lot of fun.
The Earl's Masquerade Can two people, trying to solve separate mysteries, help each other out? Murder and theft provide a backdrop for adventure and romance. This was an exciting book, and part of a delightful series. Unexpected developments and fun scenes made this a great book.
Deceiving the Duke of Kerrington As a lady's maid, should she admit her mistress has run off to elope, or aid her by taking her place for a time? And what about her lady's intended fiancee? This is a sweet romance and the start of a good series. Twists and turns pull you emotionally to the very last page.