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    Delightful and more unique than most Regency Roman

    A Night in Grosvenor Square A Match for Princess Pompous by Sarah M. Eden (4 stars) Delightful romance with the twist of a Mary-Poppins-esque matchmaker. Sarah M. Eden is always thinking of fun new twists to help my romance addiction not get too predictable! She has yet to disappoint; I never hesitate to buy a book if its written by Ms. Eden. Confections and Pretense by Annette Lyon (4 stars) Unique situation filled with meaningful encounters. No lords and ladies in this one! An Englishwoman employed at Gunther's (famous ice shop in London) meets an American Businessman. Well-researched, interesting and, dare I say, sweet! Little London by Heather B. Moore (3 1/2 stars) An enjoyable story, some unauthentic situations and language, but Ms. Moore always writes a good tale! A daydreaming miss gets caught by a Marquess who joins in... fun premise! My rating scale: *poor, **ok, ***good, ****very good, *****something special
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    Loved all three!

    I love the Timeless Regency Collections! I’m always excited when a new one comes out, but this one had me even more excited than usual. I love all three of these authors! I couldn’t wait to see what they had in store for me! A Match for Princess Pompous by Sarah M. Eden – I love Mrs. Northrop! It is fun to watch her in action! I loved her desire to help people find true happiness. And I wanted Jack and Odette to find happiness! They were such great characters! Their devotion to each other was so sweet. I also really liked Terrance. Confections and Pretense by Annette Lyon – This Regency novella was a little different. It was a nice change to have a hard working heroine, who still holds on to her dreams. And Davis, our hero, is American. I really liked both Anne and Davis and their inherent goodness. It was interesting to see some of the differences between what was acceptable in England vs. America, and how that influenced what happened. I loved the ending! Little London by Heather B. Moore – I loved this novella! Ellen is a breath of fresh air. I can just picture her dancing in her meadow. It provided the perfect backdrop for a very romantic meet. I loved the role Quinn’s brother played in everything. And there is the sweetest epilogue!! I received a complimentary copy of the book, which I voluntarily reviewed. I have given my honest opinion.
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    Fun Light Romance

    The first story is a bit unique in that Mrs. Northrop is a key figure, but not the heroine. I love how she is able to untangle the problems facing the young lovers and even help additional couples. She reminds me somewhat of Miss Pearl in the Power of the Matchmaker series or even Mary Poppins. 5 stars The second story is my least favorite. The romance feels rushed and the brutality and violence is surprising given the genre and target audience in these collections. Consequently, it makes the ending forced and way too quick for believability. There are also some plot holes that are not resolved - such as how does the character who has just been brutally beaten attempt to run when their feet are tied? 3 stars Little London is my favorite of the three. Although it borders on insta-love, it still feels believable. I absolutely love Robert's character and hope the author considers writing his own story someday. There are some inconsistencies with the use of titles, but I like the characters enough to overlook the author's mistakes. 5 stars Romance - PG, kissing Language - PG / clean Violence - a character is attacked and beaten up in Story 2. Overall rating - 4 stars

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