Author: Stacy Reid

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When the Earl Met His Match by Stacy Reid

When the Earl Met His Match by Stacy Reid

  Oh la lá! Get ready for all kinds of inappropriate fun and some seriously sweet romance with When the Earl Met his Match. There’s a lot that goes on in this story that isn’t mentioned in the blurb so I can’t say much about it without ruining the surprises. But, I will wholeheartedly recommend… Read more »

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My Darling Duke by Stacy Reid

My Darling Duke by Stacy Reid

  Ms. Reid has such a great hand at keeping historicals light, sexy and easy to read! My Darling Duke had the perfect balance between hot and sweet, with loads of impropriety and lovable characters. Kitty is in deep trouble. With several seasons and no prospects and her mother and sisters depending on her, she’s… Read more »

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The Scandalous Diary of Lily Layton by Stacy Reid

The Scandalous Diary of Lily Layton by Stacy Reid

  Get your fans out people, this is one seriously hot read!! The Scandalous Diary of Lily Layton is a fun, engaging and slightly kinky historical romance. Lily, an intelligent, charming and innately sensuous widow has been taught to deny and hide her carnal desires as it’s shameful and unladylike to crave such things. The only… Read more »

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The Earl in My Bed by Stacy Reid

The Earl in My Bed by Stacy Reid

  I love Stacy Reid’s take on historical romance. It has all the trappings of the time (although I couldn’t say anything about accuracy as I’m just not that into history) but she makes everything flowy and fun, instead of the sometimes stilted and over flowery language often used in this sub-genre. The Earl in… Read more »

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The Royal Conquest by Stacy Reid

The Royal Conquest by Stacy Reid

I’ve started to wonder, when every historical heroine we read is not a proper lady… were there any left who were? In The Royal Conquest we meet Ms. Payton an American girl in England, with a sister married into high society and that, after being jilted by a Lord, is totally set on not marrying… Read more »

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