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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

A Timeless Romance Anthology: All Regency Collection

The All Regency Collection introduces readers to six regency novellas, six romances, and six delightful stories written by six different authors that introduce us to characters all yearning for love in unique and compelling circumstances. 262 more words

Historical Fiction

TBR Challenge: Carla Kelly's MISS CHARTLEY'S GUIDED TOUR, Or What Happens When the Itinerary Is Tossed

Miss Bates shares an ambivalent relationship with Carla Kelly’s historical romance fiction. She enjoys them, doesn’t love them. She reads them from cover to cover, but experiences moments of restlessness, or boredom. 1,713 more words

Historical Romance

Mrs McVinnie's London Season by Carla Kelly

Widowed at 24 by war, Jeannie McVinnie wishes to free her father-in-law to join his old regiment for a Highlands fishing trip. She practices a small deception by accepting an invitation issued to another Jeannie McVinnie: a plea for help from Captain William Summers to his former nursemaid to oversee the London Season of his spoiled ward.

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Historical Romance