Review: Persuasion by Jane Austen

PersuasionPersuasion is Jane Austen’s last completed novel and, in my opinion, her best. Yes, Pride and Prejudice is light, bright and sparkling- with a host of characters that delight the reader but there’s something about Persuasion that sticks with you long after you’ve finished the last page and put the book back on the shelf… Read more

Georgette Heyer: The Mother of Regency Romance

80 years ago when a young Georgette Heyer sat down to write her first, and arguably the world’s first, Regency Romance: Regency Buck I like to think she knew exactly what she was doing. Anyone who puts as much attention to detail into her novels as she did has to have a master plan. Read more

Review: Playing By The Greek’s Rules by Sarah Morgan

untitledWhen I was deciding what to kick off Romance Fiction February off with, a really brilliant Mills & Boon was the only logical choice. That’s because whenever I’m in the mood for sheer, unadulterated romance fiction only a Mills & Boon will do! Besides, picking one to review was easy, Playing By The Greek’s Rules by Sarah Morgan is everything you could want to read in your moments of escape and more. Read more

The Female Scriblerian’s Romance Fiction February

Love- James JoyceHi everyone and happy February to you all! Since February is officially the month of Love I couldn’t resist running a series called ‘The Female Scriblerian’s Romance Fiction February’ or RFF for short! Basically, it’s an excuse for me to celebrate my favourite genre and will revolve around romance fiction in all of its many forms. Love makes the world go round and here at the Female Scriblerian I’m all about promoting it, especially when it’s within the pages of a book. Read more