Author: Jenny Holiday

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Viscountess of Vice by Jenny Holiday

Viscountess of Vice by Jenny Holiday

Viscountess of Vice is like a prequel to the first two installments of the Regency Reformers series by Ms. Holiday where we finally get to see how James achieved the inconceivable feat of marrying Catharine, aka the Viscountess of Vice. In both The Miss Mirren Mission and The Likelihood of Lucy we see Catharine and… Read more »

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The Engagement Game by Jenny Holiday

The Engagement Game by Jenny Holiday

I’ve enjoyed the previous installment of this series, all featuring hot, rich, commitment-phobic CEOs. In The Engagement Game Marcus has built his own advertising agency from scratch, with no help from his disapproving asshole of a father, who had a lifelong mistress and divorced his mother while she was battling cancer. Can someone say douche… Read more »

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The likelihood of Lucy by Jenny Holiday

The likelihood of Lucy by Jenny Holiday

You know how sometimes when you’re reading a historical the language and expressions can get a little tedious because it’s so…well, historic? I’ve found Jenny Holiday’s historical romances very fresh in this regard. While keeping it in period, the writing is current and easy to follow, it doesn’t feel like those modern adaptations of Shakespeare where the… Read more »

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The Miss Mirren Mission by Jenny Holiday

The Miss Mirren Mission by Jenny Holiday

  Well, I must say I’m very fond of Ms. Holiday’s writing style. I’ve really enjoyed reading The Miss Mirren Mission. I think it follows her previous works “theme” of the anti-commitment, emotionally-stunted hero who can’t help but fall for the quirky, irreverent but still lovable heroine. In this instance, Eric (AKA Blackstone the Earl)… Read more »

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Sleeping With Her Enemy by Jenny Holiday

Sleeping With Her Enemy by Jenny Holiday

I read the previous book of the 49th Floor series by Ms. Holiday and loved it, so it was a no brainer when I found that Sleeping With Her Enemy, the next one, was about to come out. While I enjoyed the book and read it fairly quickly, I didn’t like it as much as I… Read more »

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Saving the CEO by Jenny Holiday

Saving the CEO by Jenny Holiday

All work and no fun… makes the hot CEO throw his rules out the window. I loved this book. Jack Winter was absurdly rigid and had lots of rules regarding relationships… or more accurately how to avoid them at all costs. He was completely anti-commitment. What I loved about this is that he wasn’t scared… Read more »

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