Tuesday, March 27, 2007

regency romance

Lady Rogue by Amanda McCabe
regency romance delight. 214 pages.

The Love Affair of an English Lord by Jillian Hunter
Only a lady could keep such a handsome secret, when a sexy injured man, rumored to be a ghost, crawls through her window into her closet. 361 pages.

The main difference between a short regency romance novel and a long regency romance novel is sex. More pages = more sex.

Also, the audiobook I listened to on my Collinsville car trip this weekend had a surprising amount of sex in it, considering it was about two amateur detectives in their sixties on a jaunt to Indiana that turns into a murder mystery investigation of their 96 year old friend.
Killing Cassidy : A Dorothy Martin Mystery by Jeanne M. Dams was delightful, and it was narrated by the late great Kate Reading. I listened to it. 7.5 hours.


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