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Jo Beverley
Jo Beverley is one of today's top authors of historical romance, and one of only twelve members of the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame. She sets her bestselling novels in her native England, and has a degree in English history.Her 40 novels have won just about all the awards in romance ,... show more

Jo Beverley is one of today's top authors of historical romance, and one of only twelve members of the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame. She sets her bestselling novels in her native England, and has a degree in English history.Her 40 novels have won just about all the awards in romance , including 5 RITA awards, the top award in romance, and 2 career achievement awards from Romantic Times. Reviews regularly include words like masterful, thrilling, and even sublime.She writes historical romance novels and novellas set in her native England in the middle ages, the Georgian period, and the Regency, often with mystery and adventure elements, and sometimes with a little magic. Readers have been known to argue about which of her main series is best --the Malloren series, set in the 1760s, or the Company of Rogues books, set in the Regency. The Company of Rogues series begins with An Arranged Marriage. The Malloren series begins with My Lady Notorious. Most of her novels can be enjoyed as stand-alones.You can learn about all her books here. http://bit.ly/16e0FOeTo learn more about upcoming books. http://bit.ly/1FaLRmqRemember to sign up for her newsletter.
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debjonesdiem
debjonesdiem rated it 3 months ago
Forbidden by Jo Beverley is the perfect historical romance. Ms Beverley has delivered a well-written book. She has loaded this book with amazing, lovable characters. Francis and Serena's story has all the things that keep readers from putting the book down...action, suspense, humor, sizzle and dr...
Obsidian Blue
Obsidian Blue rated it 1 year ago
I can usually power through an anthology, but stopped reading this at 25 percent. The first story was boring beyond belief and then I skipped around and realized that none of the other stories looked interesting either. It didn't help that I had to keep going back to the intro in the book to look up...
Malin
Malin rated it 2 years ago
Cynric "Cyn" Malloren, one of the younger brothers of the extremely powerful and influential Marquess of Rothgar, is on his way back to his regiment after a convalescence and is bored and looking for adventure, when his coach is held up by a couple of highwaymen. Noticing that there is something str...
 ~*Krissys Bookshelf Reviews*~
~*Krissys Bookshelf Reviews*~ rated it 2 years ago
Since being widowed two years ago, Kitty Cateril has been trapped in her late husband's home, where she is expected to mourn forever. Desperate to escape, Kitty will consider any option—even a hasty marriage to a stranger with no intention of abandoning his bachelor ways. London life suits Beau Br...
Olga Godim
Olga Godim rated it 2 years ago
It’s somewhere in between 2.5 stars and 3 stars, but I am feeling generous. The book is not bad. It just isn’t good. It’s an average romance, set in the second part of the 18th century, England. What irked me most was the protagonists’ perennial concern about money, clothing, and general lifestyle. ...
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