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My Fair Mistress by Tracy Anne Warren | Re-read Book Review

My Fair Mistress by Tracy Anne Warren | Re-read Book Review

MY THOUGHTS TIMES READ I have read this multiple times in the last 6 years. WHEN I FIRST READ I read this in paperback (I have a copy back in the Philippines) around 2008 or 2009. ORIGINAL REVIEW Read my first review here (this is also a re-read review) WHAT I REMEMBER I remember a lady bargaining her virtue to the financier Rafe Pendragon and the story was (and still is) sizzling.  I have also read multiple books by Tracy Anne Warren that mention Rafe Pendragon as the investor that helped a few heroes in Warren’s other books become rich (see Wicked Delights […]

• Posted June 16, 2015 • 0 Comments

My Fair Mistress by Tracy Anne Warren | Book Review

My Fair Mistress by Tracy Anne Warren | Book Review

This is perhaps one of my favorite books by Tracy Anne Warren.  In fact, I believe this was the first book that I have read from her and she has become one of my auto-buy authors ever since.  I have probably read this book about 5 times and I just love it.  It’s like every time I read it, I get sucked into the romance between Rafe and Julianna. The way Miss Warren weaves in romance, love, and lust in the book is believable in a sense that as a reader, you would think that this kind of situation would really happen in […]

• Posted March 21, 2013 • 0 Comments

A Most Scandalous Proposal by Ashlyn Macnamara | Book Review

A Most Scandalous Proposal by Ashlyn Macnamara | Book Review

This is Ashlyn Macnamera’s debut novel so she is definitely a new to me author.  Don’t get me wrong, I do love to read new to me authors.  In fact, I have discovered a lot of awesome authors this way.  However, this story just missed the mark.  I read the book knowing this was going to be about Miss Julia St. Claire but instead, I was reading about the sister Sophia meeting another guy!  I mean, I just barely started reading and by the time I reached Chapter 3, I was totally confused about where this story was headed. True, […]

• Posted March 16, 2013 • 0 Comments