Category Archives: Mary Balogh

Review – Someone to Care by Mary Balogh

About the Book: Once the Countess of Riverdale, Viola Kingsley throws all caution to the wind when adventure calls in the form of a handsome aristocrat. . . .  Two years after the death of the Earl of Riverdale, his … Continue reading

Posted in Historical Romance, Mary Balogh, Review, Rose | 3 Comments

Best of 2017 – My Favorite Reads

It’s time again to choose those books that I felt were the best I read in 2017.  Throughout the year, as I read and review, I keep another list which includes my top picks.  This year I had over thirty!  … Continue reading

Posted in Anna Campbell, Anna Harrington, Candace Camp, Elisa Braden, Eloisa James, Emily Larkin, Karen Ranney, Kelly Bowen, Kerrigan Byrne, Loretta Chase, Lorraine Heath, Madeline Hunter, Mary Balogh, Rose, Sarah Shoemaker, Special Posts, Tessa Dare, Theresa Romain | Leave a comment

Review – Someone to Wed by Mary Balogh

When Alexander Westcott becomes the new Earl of Riverdale, he inherits a title he never wanted and a failing country estate he can’t afford. But he fully intends to do everything in his power to undo years of neglect and … Continue reading

Posted in Historical Romance, Mary Balogh, Review, Rose | 3 Comments

Review – Someone to Hold by Mary Balogh

Someone to Hold (Westcott #2) Humphrey Wescott, Earl of Riverdale, has died, leaving behind a fortune and a scandalous secret that will forever alter the lives of his family—sending one daughter on a journey of self-discovery… With her parents’ marriage … Continue reading

Posted in Historical Romance, Mary Balogh, Review, Rose | 1 Comment

My Favorite Historical Romances of 2016

A baker’s dozen of my favorite romance reads for 2016: Mary Balogh – Only Beloved – A stellar finale to the Survivors’ Club series. The Duke of Stanbrook, who has provided shelter and refuge for his wounded friends finally gets … Continue reading

Posted in Caroline Linden, Elizabeth Hoyt, Eloisa James, Emily Larkin, Grace Burrowes, Karen Ranney, Kate Noble, Kelly Bowen, Kerrigan Byrne, Lisa Kleypas, Mary Balogh, Megan Frompton, Sabrina Jeffries, Special Posts | 1 Comment

Review – Only Beloved by Mary Balogh

From the legendary New York Times bestselling author of Only a Kiss and Only a Promise comes the final book in the rapturous Survivor’s Club series—as the future of one man lies within the heart of a lost but never-forgotten … Continue reading

Posted in Bonnie, Historical Romance, Mary Balogh, Review | 5 Comments

Review – Once Upon a Dream by Mary Balogh and Grace Burrowes

Mary Balogh and Grace Burrowes team up to create a pair of Regency novellas each set at a summer house party.  In “Another Dream” by Mary Balogh, Miss Eleanor Thompson has found satisfaction as the director of a respected school … Continue reading

Posted in Grace Burrowes, Historical Romance, Mary Balogh, Rose | 6 Comments

Happy New Year – See The Roses’ Top Picks for 2014

Happy 2015!  We tried to come up with our top ten reads for 2014, but found it impossible to limit the number to ten.  Here, then are our top twenty favorites, listed by author.  These are the books that moved us, … Continue reading

Posted in Anna Campbell, AUTHORS, Carla Kelly, Courtney Milan, FEATURES, Grace Burrowes, Jess Russell, Judith James, Juliana Gray, Liz Carlyle, Lorraine Heath, Maire Claremont, Mary Balogh, Meredith Duran, Monica Burns, Sabrina Jeffries, Sophia Nash, Special Posts, Tessa Dare, Theresa Romain | 2 Comments

Only Enchanting by Mary Balogh

*****5 STARS Flavian Arnott, Viscount Ponsonby, is a member of the Survivors’ Club, a group of men and one woman who have suffered traumatic injury or loss of some form or another.  Their purpose is to support and  help each … Continue reading

Posted in AUTHORS, FEATURES, GENRE, Historical Romance, Mary Balogh, Review, REVIEWERS, REVIEWS, Rose | 2 Comments

The Escape by Mary Balogh

  Benedict Harper has finally accepted that he will never be the man he was before his war injuries.  His legs were crushed, and doctors wanted to amputate, telling him he would never walk again.  He didn’t allow it, and … Continue reading

Posted in Historical Romance, Lady Blue, Mary Balogh, REVIEWS | Leave a comment