Posts Tagged: Elizabeth Hoyt

Aug 21
Dear Secret Sister #4 (And I know who you are!)

Dear Secret Sister #4 (And I know who you are!)

#OTSPSECRETSISTER is hosted by On the Same Page. It’s a six month “Secret Santa” type of set up, but instead of focusing on gifts, it’s a cheer club. Everyone is paired up and throughout the round, cards, little gifts, and cheer are sent. For more information about the set up and how to join the next round, see this post over at The Book Addicts Guide. . Dear Secret Sister: This post is a long time coming and I finally know who you are (and you dear readers will know too at the bottom of this post). I’m so excited to tell the world and words can’t express how thoughtful you are! Secret Sis decided to say hello and sent Romancing the Duke by Tessa Dare! I’ve never read Dare… Read more »

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Mar 11
Dear Secret Sister #1

Dear Secret Sister #1

#OTSPSECRETSISTER is hosted by On the Same Page. It’s a six month “Secret Santa” type of set up, but instead of focusing on gifts, it’s a cheer club. Everyone is paired up and throughout the round, cards, little gifts, and cheer are sent. For more information about the set up and how to join the next round, see this post over at The Book Addicts Guide. . Dear Secret Sister: First of all, I’m so excited to participate in this round and can’t wait to FINALLY meet you when the time comes. You have been so kind and generous and I want to fangirl with you over things. Thank you for the wonderful Valentine’s package! I adore Jessica Lemmon’s writing and I’ve always wanted one of her heroes (my heart… Read more »

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Feb 28
Book Review: Elizabeth Hoyt’s Lord of Darkness

Book Review: Elizabeth Hoyt’s Lord of Darkness

Elizabeth Hoyt’s Lord of Darkness is the fifth book in her Maiden Lane series. For those not familiar with this particular series, Lord of Darkness can be read as a standalone if you don’t mind the back-story she fills in. Otherwise I recommend starting with the first book, Wicked Intentions. Godric St. John still grieves for the loss of his wife Clara. He decides to live the rest of his life as a widower and devoted to her memory; however, that changes when Griffin Reading blackmails him into marrying his sister Margaret. Margaret reluctantly agrees to the marriage when she finds out her fiancé has been murdered and fears what her family might do when they find out she’s expecting a child. Knowing Margaret will never want a real marriage… Read more »

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