Showing posts from May, 2017

A Raging Madness: New Excerpt from Jude Knight's Regency Noir

I am delighted to welcome Jude Knight back to the blog today with another wonderful excerpt from her new dark Regency romance, A Raging Madness . I absolutely loved this book, and would recommend it to any historical fans out there. It has everything you'd hope for in a Regency romance, plus a few other aspects--madness, opium addiction, surgery, riverboats--you never knew you needed. If you haven't read it yet, be sure to get yours now. Links below. ;) -J  A Raging Madness By Jude Knight Genre: Regency romance, historical romance, historical suspense, Regency noir, gothic    Heat rating: PG-13    ISBN: 9780473393670 Page count: 382 pages on Kindle  Publication date: 9 May 2017 Their marriage is a fiction. Their enemies are all too real. Ella survived an abusive and philandering husband, in-laws who hate her, and public scorn. But she’s not sure she will survive love. It is too late to guard her heart from the man forced to pretend he has married such a disreputable wido

Out today! Broken Things: New Historical Romance from Jessica Cale

It's here! After a year and a half of living at The Rose and Crown, I am so excited to finally be able to share Broken Things with you. This book is a little different from the first three of The Southwark Saga in the respect that there is more focus on the love story (and waaaaay more sex), but I very much hope you'll like it. This one is my favorite so far, and I'm excited to hear what you think! So without further ado, Broken Things :  Broken Things The Southwark Saga, Book 4 Historical Romance Corbeau Media Release date: May 1st, 2017 Content warnings: Contains a great deal of profanity, violence, graphic sex, and references to rape and domestic violence. Rival. Sister. Barmaid. Whore. Meg Henshawe has been a lot of things in her life, and few of them good. As proprietress of The Rose and Crown in Restoration Southwark, she has squandered her life catering to the comfort of workmen and thieves. Famous for her beauty as much as her reputation for rage,