About Me

I’m a Mass Communications fresh graduate who just started her first job, and I simply adore the Regency period, romance and Jane Austen! I fell in love with the Regency period when I first saw Pride and Prejudice in 2006. Since then, I’ve come to love everything about it and as a natural consequence, fell in love with romance novels set in that time period! I’ve since expanded my love to include the whole of the 18th and 19th century set romance novels. I have an obsession for old-fashioned things and love collecting antique/vintage items, be them clothes, jewelry or ornaments! I also love period dramas, especially ones produced by the BBC 😀

I spend most of time reading HR books, naturally, but I also spend alot of time dreaming up adventures that involve sexy men in breeches and Hessian boots! Who knows, maybe one day, I’ll write my very own historical romance novel…

Published on May 8, 2009 at 1:58 PM  Comments (26)  

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  1. Hi, nice to meet you !

  2. Cool! I’ve found another junkie!!! lol
    I am in college too, and run my own book blog where I gush about all the historicals! Eve want to book chat or anything, shoot an email my way =)


    • Awesome! Nice to meet you too! Hope you enjoy my blog!

  3. Well! Color me Happy! I found a girl after my own heart!I just L O V E your blog. It takes A LOT of time to do what you do so I thank you from the bottom of my heart for taking that time out of your life 🙂

    I started my ‘blog project’ just last November, and I’m having so much fun! I made sure to subscribe to yours so I can keep an eye on the new releases 🙂
    I also shared ‘you’ with my FB friends that are in reading HR.

    Hope you stop by and say hi 🙂



    • Thanks so much for stopping by 🙂 I’m glad you’re enjoying my site and thanks for spreading the word!

  4. Hi! I stumbled on your site and I am blown away!!! I feel line I have found a kindred just by reading your about me 🙂 I really don’t read blogs (have to say yours is the 1st ine) and I have found myself coming here frequently. BTW, love the BBC period dramas…try sullivan productions anne of green gables/anne of anvonlea if you have not already!!! I am going to share this with all of my friends!!!

  5. Hi there, it’s so nice to find people out there who share the same interest as me 🙂 i found your site while searching for a book that i read long ago but never finish…and it bother me sooo much that i can’t remember what the title is or the author..and after looking at your site i was wondering if you could help me find this book….i remember what the story line was i just couldnt remember anything else i been looking for this book for 4-6 years now and if your could help me out i would really appreciated.

    • I can try to help but I can’t promise anything 🙂 Tell me a bit about this book! And by the way, thanks for commenting 🙂 Makes me glad to see people are enjoying my site!

  6. thank you..okay so from what i remember the story is about a Lady who wished to be free and to see and do things that a Lady can’t do….so she disguise herself *now this is where the memory get a little funny* iam not sure if she disguise herself as a boy or just disguise herself to be a beautful Lady and attended a masquerade ball alone..this is where she meet him…something happen and they in up in a small box/closet space(very small space) causing them to be in a very intimate position..somehow they got out and free, but her brother/brothers found out about it and damanded that a marriage proposal is a must…and unlike other book a the gentleman would do so because of the Lady reputation…but nooo this guy refuse such a thing and he was saying very wicked things to get out of it…than i have to leave and never had a change to come back and finished the book 😦 😦

    i hope this help if i remember anything i’ll email you 🙂

    • Hmmm, the only story I could come up with to vaguely fit that description is ‘Duchess by Night’ by Eloisa James. Heroine goes to a masquerade ball dressed as a man and meets the hero. Have a looksie and let me know if it’s the one!

  7. I love your blog! Just fab! Where r u now from dear? I’m in London!

    • I’m Malaysian Daisy but grew up in Bangkok, Thailand 🙂 Nice to meet you!

  8. I love your blog especially the format you use for your reviews. It’s very original. I’ve recently started a blog and I’m following you from Wales, UK.

    • Thanks 🙂 I’m glad you’re enjoying my blog! Will definitely check yours out!

  9. Sorry, forgot to give by blog details :
    rakesandrascals .wordpress.com

    Hope you’ll stop bye!

  10. Sorry, blog address should read :


    Not having a very good evening!!

  11. Bookmarked your blog site. I adore it. Im not one for making a book review site but heres my blog anyway. Kinda mental though. vanz1925.blogspot.com

  12. Hi there:

    Hope this isn’t too off-topic, but I’m a romance reader, aspiring author, and dollmaker who’s into all things Scottish (who doesn’t love a hot guy in a kilt, right?) Anyway, I’ve been playing around with a line of Highlander dolls for the ladies who, like me, love Scottish romances. If you like them, would you mind sharing the link with your friends and/or followers? I’ll do custom, too–hair color, eye color, etc. Sorry if you think this is spam, but I really think (hope) romance readers might love them. https://www.etsy.com/shop/NinaMasonDolls (click on the Highland Hunks section) or ninamasondolls.blogspot.com.

    Nina Mason
    writer, dollmaker, and Scotophile
    Woodstock, Georgia

    • I’ll see what I can do 🙂

  13. I’m a new writer. Well, not so new, since I’ve written two novels and a novella. But new in the sense that my first book will be published in late 2013. It’s called Alias Thomas Bennet and it’s set in the Regency era in England, inspired by Pride and Prejudice. My favourite authors are Jane Austen and Tessa Dare. Like me on my author page!

    • Sure thing 🙂

  14. What a great blog! I am a huge Jane Austen fan and discovered Mary Balogh a year or so ago. Now that I am caught up on her novels, I was looking for more similar to her and luckily found your blog. Thanks for the reviews, I will definitely check out your top ten authors and follow this site for new books!

  15. Hi. i was wondering if there is a way to put in a review request. This is the URL for my book. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00I0D9LQ8


  16. Love your blog O:-)

  17. So love reading historical romances for thirty years. Love the Chase sister .

  18. Hello! Love regency romance and historical romance,and I love your list of top authors and what you’ve got to say about each! Impressive.

    So, here’s my question… Do you know which are Indie and self-published authors??

    I want to support those authors especially–I think any author is amazing for just being there and communicating and creating this entire universe that we get to enjoy.

    Anyways…since you appear to be pretty knowledgeable on the subject,I thought I’d ask…! 😉

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