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Libby's London Merchant and One Good Turn by Carla Kelly

Libby’s London Merchant and One Good Turn  are connected novels and more lovely, consistent, sincere stories from Carla Kelly. Clearly, I am going to read and find something to enjoy in every Regency romance novel in her catalog. 812 more words

Carla Kelly - The Spanish Brand Series Review: The Double Cross, Marco and the Devil's Bargain, and Paloma and the Horse Traders

A friend encouraged me to read this series of books, and, at first,  I was reluctant to do so.  I have read and loved Carla Kelly’s regency romances and historical romances, but New Mexico in the 1700’s?  635 more words

Historical Romance

TBR Challenge: Mrs Drew Plays Her Hand by Carla Kelly

Young widow Roxanna Drew was fair game in the sport of cads. Her suddenly impoverished state made her as vulnerable as her beauty made her tempting to men with more money than morals.

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Historical Romance

The Wedding Journey by Carla Kelly

The Wedding Journey is another lovely and highly recommendable Carla Kelly Regency romance about genuinely kind and likable people falling in love against the backdrop of war. 591 more words

With This Ring by Carla Kelly

Here I am with a review of a novel published in 1997, but a good romance remains so and is always worth a look. eBooks are a boon to people looking for stories they would otherwise be unable to get their hands on. 507 more words

The Sisters Trilogy: Marrying the Captain, The Surgeon's Lady, & Marrying the Royal Marine by Carla Kelly

Title Discrimination Aid:
Marrying the Captain: He’s sick, she’s pretty.
Marrying the Royal Marine: He’s pretty, she’s sick.
The Surgeon’s Lady: Everyone’s sick, she’s pretty, his bedside manner is excellent. 1,024 more words

The Admiral's Penniless Bride by Carla Kelly

As an author, Carla Kelly shows belief in people’s innate goodness, even when her characters are being buffeted about by the unpleasantness of the world. This faith in humanity creates an undercurrent of true kindness in all of her works which I really enjoy and appreciate. 514 more words