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Slightly Dangerous, by Mary Balogh

10 Feb

Slightly Dangerous, by Mary Balogh

In my recent review of Slightly Married I alluded to my favorite novel in that six-book series-Slightly Dangerous, the last title of the sextet, is it.

It has excellently done humor, great characters, and excellent pacing, as well as clever plotting and much better writing than the other five titles put together. Plus, we finally see the Duke we all love to hate get his comeuppance what’s not to love?

Here’s the awful blurb: Continue reading

Slightly Married, by Mary Balogh

29 Jan

Slightly Married, by Mary Balogh

As many of you know, I’ve been introducing (gently, I hope :grin: ) my significant other to all and sundry subgenres of romance. Given that he has always been an avid and discerning reader in many genres (the man owns and has read repeatedly multiple copies of Shakespeare’s complete works and Good Omens, as well as Pratchett, Gaiman, Asimov, Heinlein and many more), I have taken pains to chose the better writers and novels in each subgenre.

So far, he tells me I’ve succeeded.

*pause for cheers* Yes, little ones, we will convert every other person to romance *evil cackle in background*

Occasionally, though, there’s a dud. Continue reading