Series: Windham

Author: Grace Burrowes

Lady Eve's Indiscretion (2013)
3.92 of 5 Votes: 5
This must be book 3 or 4 that I read by this author. None of the other was a complete winner (although they did tempt me to continue reading her but this one was the one I had higher expectations and that ended disappointing me the most. Evie and Lucas seemed like the perfect fit in the previous...
Lady Louisa's Christmas Knight (2012)
3.92 of 5 Votes: 4
Titolo: Lady Louisa’s Christmas KnightSerie: Wyndham sistersAutore: Grace BurrowesTrama: Lady Louisa è una donna strana e complessa soprattutto per la sua epoca. Non possiede una bellezza alla moda, poichè invece di essere esile e bionda, è mora e piuttosto formosa. Non sa flirtare o coversare di...
The Virtuoso (Duke's Obsession, #3) (2011)
3.9 of 5 Votes: 1
It's a good story that is brought down by the inauthenticity of the period. My immersion in the story would regularly be interrupted by some obviously wrong inaccuracy such as referencing the hero, the youngest son of a Duke, as Mr. instead of Lord. The nonchalance in which class boundaries wer...
El pianista (2012)
3.9 of 5 Votes: 4
After having read the first two books in this series, I had a hard time getting through this one and didn't even finish it. the previous two books were enjoyable, but this one followed such a similar track that I completely lost interest. I became frustrated with the characters as things didn't m...
The Virtuoso (2013)
3.43 of 5 Votes: 4
I don't know why this took me longer to read than the other Windham tales I'd read previously. Maybe Val not being the typical "alpha"(?) male sort of decreased my drive to get to the HEA. Belatedly, I realized that perhaps his virtuosity (is that he word I'm looking for?) at music (playing AND...
Lady Sophie's Christmas Wish (Windham, #4) (2011)
3.91 of 5 Votes: 3
I finished this book, but mostly out of conviction that surely something interesting was bound to happen eventually.It did not.The first half was all the main couple looking after a foundling baby, in excruciating detail. Meanwhile, the supposedly well-travelled man-of-the world hero completely f...
Lady Sophie's Christmas Wish (The Duke's Daughters, #1) (2000)
3.9 of 5 Votes: 3
Good Christmas story, Sophie and Vil, meet at an inn. Sophie is there with one of her family's maids and the maid's infant son. When the maid disappears leaving Sophie holding the baby, Vil steps up to help her.Vil helps Sophie return to her family home with the baby. He is snow bound there with ...
El deseo de Navidad de lady Sophie (2013)
3.9 of 5 Votes: 5
เป็นหนังสือวันคริสต์มาสที่อ่านช้าไปปีนึง (แต่ไม่มีผลอะไรนะคะ เพราะเป็นเรื่องย้อนยุค ยังไงก็ไม่ทันสมัยอยู่แล้ว) ไม่ได้คิดว่าจะสนุกด้วยซ้ำ เพราะหลังจากชอบงานเล่มแรกที่เกรซ เบอร์โรว์สเขียนแล้วก็ผิดหวังกับงานเล่มต่อ ๆ มา จนถึงเล่มนี้ก็เลยเริ่มถอดใจแต่สนุกเกินคาด หลงเสน่ห์ตัวละครเด็กน้อยตั้งแต่หน้าแรก...
Aşka Davet (2013)
3.9 of 5 Votes: 4
Cute book! Sophie and Vim bond over an abandoned baby while snowed in at Christmas. The misunderstanding between them towards the end is a little illogical, but not too bad as far as these things go. The hero is mad at the heroine's father for minor things that happened YEARS ago, which is pretty...
Lady Sophie's Christmas Wish (2011)
3.9 of 5 Votes: 2
Terrific, for any time of year.Lady Sophie takes in strays of all sorts, even babies born to tweenie maids. Vim Charpentier is passing by and spots a lady in distress, so he stops to help. Between the two of the them, My Lord Baby is having a grand time, not missing his mother at all. A charming ...
Lady Maggie's Secret Scandal (2012)
3.94 of 5 Votes: 2
I've been reading a lot of romance novels lately -- and this was one of the best historical romances I've read in a long time. I even got up early to keep reading it which is quite a rarity.I was really impressed with Burrowes' writing. A lot of historical's are very similar, down to the same old...
El secreto de lady Maggie (2013)
3.93 of 5 Votes: 1
What the hell kind of hero is this? Hazlit obviously had a thing for Maggie the way he was always sniffing her hair (cringe) and keeping mementos of her (3 strands of her hair coiled into a circle and tied with string, double cringe). Then he would chastise her and call her a dollymop! He came a...
The Soldier (Duke's Obsession, #2) (2011)
3.9 of 5 Votes: 4
I had read The Heir years ago and had enjoyed it thoroughly but the first attempt hadn't captured my attention. However, this second effort was worth the wait. I really liked The Soldier a lot, especially the balance of a character driven journey between Devlin and Emmie's secret mystery--which I...
Süße Küsse für den Earl (Duke's Obsession, #2) (2013)
3.9 of 5 Votes: 3
Ruh-Roh Shaggy... this one has me a little confused and I would LOVE anyone else who's read it to please give me your opinion here.Just to get it out of the way, this wasn't at all as strong as the first book in the series. The characters weren't as detailed and the storyline was REALLY similar t...
El soldado (2012)
3.9 of 5 Votes: 3
4.5 stars. A continuation of Grace Burrowes debut. In the novella Duke and his Duchess, Devlin St Just is introduced as a little boy who is soon separated from his mother, to go live with his wealthy father, Duke of Moreland and his wife. In Soldier, he is now in his thirties and his story unfold...
The Soldier (Windham, #2) (2011)
3.9 of 5 Votes: 5
Well-written, great characters, good plot. Just didn't punch my buttons. Ex-soldier, still suffering from battle trauma, takes over neglected estate, finds illegitimate daughter of previous owner and the mysterious cousin who looks after her. Male lead: Devlin St. Just, oldest but illegitimate so...
The Heir (Duke's Obsession, #1) (2010)
3.77 of 5 Votes: 4
Okay, ladies, say it with me now: If you meet a guy, and you love him, and he loves you, and you're perfect for each other in every way, and if he just happens to be a wealthy English earl... um, go for it. Right? If you love him, trust him just a liiiiittle bit. He might be able to help you. Bec...
El heredero (2012)
3.77 of 5 Votes: 3
The Earl of Wyndham is being hounded by his father who is desperate to secure the succession. In order to avoid his scheming father and matchmaking mamas he decides to stay in his London town house during the summer. An unfortunate misunderstanding involving one of the maids draws his attention t...
Mirasyedi (2011)
3.77 of 5 Votes: 2
Staying in sweltering London was supposed to save Gayle Windham, Earl of Westhaven and the first and legitimate heir to the Dukedom, from his manipulative and aggressive father, the Duke of Moreland. In a clever twist of fate, his carefully laid plans ends up indirectly falling into his father's ...
The Heir (Windham, #1) (2010)
3.77 of 5 Votes: 2
Lemonade. Marzipan. A single flower in a bud vase. The repetitive use of these images is frustrating. A further frustration is the relegation of secondary characters to a tertiary role. The female protagonist's sister is presented as a significant part of her motivation but is rarely mentioned on...