Author: Lorraine Heath

When the Duke was Wicked by Lorraine Heath | Book Review

When the Duke was Wicked by Lorraine Heath | Book Review

When the Duke was Wicked is Lorraine Heath’s first book in her brand new series Scandalous Gentlemen of St. James.  You should note that this newest series flows with her other series Scoundrels of St. James, in that the main characters are Lady Grace Mabry (Sterling and Frannie’s daughter in Surrender to the Devil (Scoundrels of St. James #3) and Henry, the Duke of Lovingdon (Olivia Stanton’s son in Between the Devil and Desire (Scoundrels of St. James #2).  This story kicks of the series in a good note since it slowly introduces us to the other scandalous gentlemen that […]

• Posted February 26, 2014 • 0 Comments

The Last Wicked Scoundrel by Lorraine Heath | Book Review

The Last Wicked Scoundrel by Lorraine Heath | Book Review

Finally, we read about Dr. Graves and the true reason he became fascinated with being a physician.  This novella is a short and sweet story about Dr. William Graves and Winnifred, the Duchess of Avendale who we meet in In Bed with the Devil (Scoundrels of St. James #1).  She is Catherine Mabry’s friend who was abused by her husband, the Duke of Avendale.  This story starts a couple of years after Avendale was found “dead” (the reason for this can be read in In Bed with the Devil). In this story, Winnie has finally found confidence and courage and […]

• Posted January 20, 2014 • 0 Comments

In Bed with the Devil by Lorraine Heath | Book Review

In Bed with the Devil by Lorraine Heath | Book Review

Ridiculously Short Plot Lady Catherine Mabry strikes a bargain with Lucian, the Devil Earl to have someone killed and they fall in love in the process. Main Characters Lady Catherine Mabry Lucian Langdon, Earl of Claybourne Themes Oliver Twist Murder plots Amnesia/PTSD Setting London, England – 1851 MY THOUGHTS I haven’t read this book in quite a while and re-reading it again made me fall in love with Lucien all over again!  I felt that this book was fresh (even though I had read it before) and perfect for my mood last week (which is why I am currently re-reading […]

• Posted July 18, 2013 • 0 Comments