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Miss Bates Reads Regency Romance: Carla Kelly's LIBBY'S LONDON MERCHANT

Miss Bates dislikes romance where the heroine has to choose between two suitors. She prefers her romance protagonists to know this is the one, no matter how antagonistic or impossible their relationship seems to be, whether thanks to external, or internal reasons, or both. 1,315 more words


Review of "Miss Grimsley's Oxford Career" by Carla Kelly

Kelly, Carla. Miss Grimsley’s Oxford Career. 1992. Springville, UT: Sweetwater Books, 2013. ISBN-13: 978-1-46211210-4. $8.99 USD.

4 stars

On occasion, when I found myself being overwhelmed by the common trends of overly steamy, overly ton-focused Regency romances, I have sought out an alternative in the classic traditional Regency, and I have long heard that Carla Kelly is one of the best of the traditional Regency authors. 312 more words

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Review - Regency Christmas Wishes by Carla Kelly, Janice Preston, and Christine Merrill

Three Regency tales of festive wishes come true… 


Captain Grey had been fighting malarial fever in Savannah when he met Theodora Winnings. 1,186 more words

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Featured Book - March 18

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Borrowed Light by Carla Kelly

This book was among seven nominated for the RWA’s Rita Award in 2012. I’m including Borrowed Light in my featured books because I so often recall characters and scenes from the book.  139 more words


Review - The Star in the Meadow by Carla Kelly

Marco Mondragón and his wife Paloma are living hectic but happy lives at the Double Cross, on the edge of Comanchería. Five years after the death of Comanche leader Cuerno Verde, cautious diplomacy between the tribe and the colonists is underway to end Comanche raids into New Mexico. 808 more words

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