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review 2017-02-03 03:00
Gertrude's Grace - Jaimey Grant

A cheeky and romantic short story that absolutely hits the spot! The debonair Duke Chatterton is just the match for Gertrude and all her botched society outings. Falling (and I mean literally) head over heels happens in more than one way for both Gertrude and the reader with this story. This author strikes again with another wonderful regency romance worth adding to your tbr.

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review 2016-05-23 14:14
Dual Review ~ FREE Today on Amazon
Gertrude's Grace - Jaimey Grant

Dual Review (Amelia's and mine) on the blog. FREE today on Amazon


My review:

*Book source ~ A review copy was provided in exchange for an honest review.


Lady Gertrude tries so hard to be what Society expects of her…a Lady. But it seems no matter what she does it turns out wrong. Her illustrious graceless career peaks when she falls on Lord Chatterton, the catch of the Season. The ton makes fun of her, but Chatterton does not. He treats her like the Lady she truly is, grace or not, and Gertrude can’t figure out why. While waiting for the other shoe to drop, she falls in love with him. But that’s ok, because he’s already in love with her. With his mother, sister and all of Society against the match, do they stand a chance?


This is a fun, sweet, historical romance. Gertrude tends to be on the clumsy side, but Chatterton has a less obvious “flaw” that people rarely see because he’s taken great pains to hide it. Gertrude’s confusion over his attention is fun to witness as are the situations her clumsiness gets her into. I especially chortled at Gertrude’s opening fall in the beginning. Not because she fell and as he was helping her up she fell onto him, but what happened right after that. I will say no more. It’s a must read scene. *giggles* If you’re looking for a fun short read with great characters then look no further!



Source: imavoraciousreader.blogspot.com/2016/05/dual-review-gertrudes-grace.html
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review 2016-01-03 20:27
My Lady Coward: An Episodic Regency Romance - Jaimey Grant

Maria's emotional turmoil really drew me into the story. It is difficult to turn a page and not feel her pain. Richard was harder for me to connect with yet he did gain some of my admiration towards the end. Overall an easy and quick read that will entertain while entangling one's heart and mind. 3.5 stars

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review 2015-12-07 02:09
Sacrificial Lamb Cake - Jaimey Grant;Wendy Swore;Rita J. Webb;Paige Ray;Jeanne Voelker;K. G. Borland;Gwendolyn McIntyre;Katrina Monroe;S. M. Carrière



    Well, I can definitely say that this story was one HELL of a ride. *Bad pun intended!* I have to admit that when I was asked to read and review this, I was slightly hesitant. I'm not typically keen on heavy religiously themed stories, but honestly, the blurb and the way the author described it won me over. Especially when I started thinking that it sounded vaguely similar, with the modern day comedic based religious theme, to one of my favorite movies...Dogma.




So yeah, that solidified it for me. I know what you're probably thinking...




and with that, I say to you



Okay, Okay, back to the story. So I went for it, and honestly I am glad I did. The hilarious plot line of a tattooed, orange haired, trucker mouthed, lesbian being the second coming, and the big G and his disciples being the heads of a huge corporation, and Judas as the ultimate anti-hero, I loved every second of all of that!



Even with the comedic awesomeness aside, the characters were compelling, the action scenes were engaging, and the visuals that the author painted were extremely vivid, whether it was the urban setting, an exceedingly grotesque foe, or even a steamy little romp. Monroe seriously knows how to tell a story. The sarcasm, and medium use of profanity were just extra little perks, like the yummy cherry on top of a hot fudge sundae.




I also appreciated that you didn't have to be well versed in the bible to get a lot of what was going on and who key players were. I would say that even a person with very little biblical knowledge would easily be able to follow along and recognize most, if not all the big names.


I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

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review 2015-05-21 14:03
Forgotten, and other Heartless tales - Jaimey Grant

"Forgotten" is a set of three interconnected novellas involving the notorious Duke of Derringer (Heartless) and his extended family members.

The first one sees Michaella Harcourt, who was engaged to Derringer's brother Gabriel, being courted by another man.

The second sees Gabriel in France with his wife.

The third sees Gabriel's return to England ... and all of the uproar that it causes.

Fans of clean Regencies are sure to enjoy Grant's well-researched and entertaining tales. Major characters in one book are minor characters in another, so it's like being part of a community.

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