His Lordship's Last Wager: A Regency Romance Between Bitter Enemies

His Lordship's Last Wager: A Regency Romance Between Bitter Enemies

How does London?s most charming war hero rehabilitate the inveterate ton termagant, Lady Jane Babcock? In a word: cautiously....

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  • Ritsky
    Jan 03, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

    I'm still waiting... ...

    Book 3,of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Lord Sealy's turn at matrimonial blundering. This is a clash between a witty, elegant dandy and the sister of his childhood friend George, the Duke of Bath. Lady Jane has turned into a diamond of the first water and has been rejecting suit...

    Unstoppable force meets immovable object (until he moves) I have loved all the books in this series. The reason being that its heroines are intrepid self possess intelligent women that take charge of their lives and the heroes are men that try to catch up as best they can. If you'...

    Several compelling scenes and situations, very good character development but it also had some boring moments here and there which sort of made me not want to read sometimes. But still curious about the last one! ...

    DNF at 45%. The Duke's Tattoo (Horsemen Apocalypse #1) & The Baron's Betrothal (Horsemen Apocalypse #2) were vastly superior, IMO. This time the romance was secondary. Spoiled Lady Jane at nearly 11 loved Lord Seelye, a 2nd son, who went off to war against Napoleon....

    I've waited almost 5 years for this book. It was even better than I expected. Ms Davis improved her writing craft (it wasn't bad! but still got better) and wrote a very clever story. One star down because I'm not a fan of madcap road trip theme. I loved the romance and the fact...

    Yeahhhh!!! It's been a long time, almost 5 years since Miranda Davis' last book. Finally - finally!!! The wait was over! I put all my other books aside and plunged in. Before I begin, I must say I read my story with a Nook device and there was a formatting snafu which I found irrita...

    A Fun Regency Romance First off - the subtitle is a bit misleading because I don't feel that Jane and Seeyle are ever bitter enemies. Yes, they greatly misunderstand each other and such, but it's never bitter. Otherwise, Miranda Davis has created another wonderful Regency romance. I...

    This was great fun, I really enjoyed it. Definitely a one of a kind plot in this genre! The historical detail and the dialogue are both to die for. Bravo! We don't really like the heroine of this book when we meet her in the first installment, but she instantly grew on me here. She'...

    The four years waiting is paid off. Definitely my favorite of the series so far!!! I enjoyed reading this book. I mean it. I savored each sentence and when I reached the end of the book, i wished there were more. Seelye has been my favorite among the four, and love-hate relationshi...

  • Keri
    Jan 10, 2013

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

  • Karla
    Mar 23, 2013

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

  • Sara
    Jan 02, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

    I'm still waiting... ...

    Book 3,of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Lord Sealy's turn at matrimonial blundering. This is a clash between a witty, elegant dandy and the sister of his childhood friend George, the Duke of Bath. Lady Jane has turned into a diamond of the first water and has been rejecting suit...

    Unstoppable force meets immovable object (until he moves) I have loved all the books in this series. The reason being that its heroines are intrepid self possess intelligent women that take charge of their lives and the heroes are men that try to catch up as best they can. If you'...

  • Lisa - (Aussie Girl)
    Jan 10, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

  • Marquise
    Mar 07, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

  • Andrea
    Jan 12, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

  • SidneyKay
    Apr 18, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

    I'm still waiting... ...

    Book 3,of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Lord Sealy's turn at matrimonial blundering. This is a clash between a witty, elegant dandy and the sister of his childhood friend George, the Duke of Bath. Lady Jane has turned into a diamond of the first water and has been rejecting suit...

    Unstoppable force meets immovable object (until he moves) I have loved all the books in this series. The reason being that its heroines are intrepid self possess intelligent women that take charge of their lives and the heroes are men that try to catch up as best they can. If you'...

    Several compelling scenes and situations, very good character development but it also had some boring moments here and there which sort of made me not want to read sometimes. But still curious about the last one! ...

    DNF at 45%. The Duke's Tattoo (Horsemen Apocalypse #1) & The Baron's Betrothal (Horsemen Apocalypse #2) were vastly superior, IMO. This time the romance was secondary. Spoiled Lady Jane at nearly 11 loved Lord Seelye, a 2nd son, who went off to war against Napoleon....

    I've waited almost 5 years for this book. It was even better than I expected. Ms Davis improved her writing craft (it wasn't bad! but still got better) and wrote a very clever story. One star down because I'm not a fan of madcap road trip theme. I loved the romance and the fact...

    Yeahhhh!!! It's been a long time, almost 5 years since Miranda Davis' last book. Finally - finally!!! The wait was over! I put all my other books aside and plunged in. Before I begin, I must say I read my story with a Nook device and there was a formatting snafu which I found irrita...

  • Searock
    Apr 16, 2013

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

  • Liewen
    Mar 31, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

    I'm still waiting... ...

    Book 3,of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Lord Sealy's turn at matrimonial blundering. This is a clash between a witty, elegant dandy and the sister of his childhood friend George, the Duke of Bath. Lady Jane has turned into a diamond of the first water and has been rejecting suit...

    Unstoppable force meets immovable object (until he moves) I have loved all the books in this series. The reason being that its heroines are intrepid self possess intelligent women that take charge of their lives and the heroes are men that try to catch up as best they can. If you'...

    Several compelling scenes and situations, very good character development but it also had some boring moments here and there which sort of made me not want to read sometimes. But still curious about the last one! ...

    DNF at 45%. The Duke's Tattoo (Horsemen Apocalypse #1) & The Baron's Betrothal (Horsemen Apocalypse #2) were vastly superior, IMO. This time the romance was secondary. Spoiled Lady Jane at nearly 11 loved Lord Seelye, a 2nd son, who went off to war against Napoleon....

    I've waited almost 5 years for this book. It was even better than I expected. Ms Davis improved her writing craft (it wasn't bad! but still got better) and wrote a very clever story. One star down because I'm not a fan of madcap road trip theme. I loved the romance and the fact...

    Yeahhhh!!! It's been a long time, almost 5 years since Miranda Davis' last book. Finally - finally!!! The wait was over! I put all my other books aside and plunged in. Before I begin, I must say I read my story with a Nook device and there was a formatting snafu which I found irrita...

    A Fun Regency Romance First off - the subtitle is a bit misleading because I don't feel that Jane and Seeyle are ever bitter enemies. Yes, they greatly misunderstand each other and such, but it's never bitter. Otherwise, Miranda Davis has created another wonderful Regency romance. I...

    This was great fun, I really enjoyed it. Definitely a one of a kind plot in this genre! The historical detail and the dialogue are both to die for. Bravo! We don't really like the heroine of this book when we meet her in the first installment, but she instantly grew on me here. She'...

    The four years waiting is paid off. Definitely my favorite of the series so far!!! I enjoyed reading this book. I mean it. I savored each sentence and when I reached the end of the book, i wished there were more. Seelye has been my favorite among the four, and love-hate relationshi...

    Loved the Bear I have now read three books about the "Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse ". Each is better than the one before. All are very entertaining and all are very different from each other. The main characters of each are carried forward and referred to in the next book of the ...

    I am a huge fan of this series. The first two books had me rolling on the floor laughing. Seelye and Jane?s story didn?t read as easily as the first two but was still very entertaining and had lovely witty banter that helped pull it off. Not my favorite in the series but certainly ...

    Delightful! Yes, this is a historical HEA so there is that over-arching plot. But, the whole getting to the HEA was full of great and often humorous dialogue, really different settings, colorful characters (these are the Four Horsemen after all), and a bear. Add in a way too impulsi...

    I think the book could have been better with more carefuly edited first chapters (they somewhat lacked rythm) but, once the bear appeared, the book was as good as the previous ones. Also, I'm a sucker for historical road movies, especially when set in unusual but thoroughly searched su...

  • Ewa
    Feb 10, 2013

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

    I'm still waiting... ...

    Book 3,of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Lord Sealy's turn at matrimonial blundering. This is a clash between a witty, elegant dandy and the sister of his childhood friend George, the Duke of Bath. Lady Jane has turned into a diamond of the first water and has been rejecting suit...

    Unstoppable force meets immovable object (until he moves) I have loved all the books in this series. The reason being that its heroines are intrepid self possess intelligent women that take charge of their lives and the heroes are men that try to catch up as best they can. If you'...

    Several compelling scenes and situations, very good character development but it also had some boring moments here and there which sort of made me not want to read sometimes. But still curious about the last one! ...

    DNF at 45%. The Duke's Tattoo (Horsemen Apocalypse #1) & The Baron's Betrothal (Horsemen Apocalypse #2) were vastly superior, IMO. This time the romance was secondary. Spoiled Lady Jane at nearly 11 loved Lord Seelye, a 2nd son, who went off to war against Napoleon....

    I've waited almost 5 years for this book. It was even better than I expected. Ms Davis improved her writing craft (it wasn't bad! but still got better) and wrote a very clever story. One star down because I'm not a fan of madcap road trip theme. I loved the romance and the fact...

  • Peg Hughes
    Mar 23, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

    I'm still waiting... ...

    Book 3,of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Lord Sealy's turn at matrimonial blundering. This is a clash between a witty, elegant dandy and the sister of his childhood friend George, the Duke of Bath. Lady Jane has turned into a diamond of the first water and has been rejecting suit...

    Unstoppable force meets immovable object (until he moves) I have loved all the books in this series. The reason being that its heroines are intrepid self possess intelligent women that take charge of their lives and the heroes are men that try to catch up as best they can. If you'...

    Several compelling scenes and situations, very good character development but it also had some boring moments here and there which sort of made me not want to read sometimes. But still curious about the last one! ...

    DNF at 45%. The Duke's Tattoo (Horsemen Apocalypse #1) & The Baron's Betrothal (Horsemen Apocalypse #2) were vastly superior, IMO. This time the romance was secondary. Spoiled Lady Jane at nearly 11 loved Lord Seelye, a 2nd son, who went off to war against Napoleon....

    I've waited almost 5 years for this book. It was even better than I expected. Ms Davis improved her writing craft (it wasn't bad! but still got better) and wrote a very clever story. One star down because I'm not a fan of madcap road trip theme. I loved the romance and the fact...

    Yeahhhh!!! It's been a long time, almost 5 years since Miranda Davis' last book. Finally - finally!!! The wait was over! I put all my other books aside and plunged in. Before I begin, I must say I read my story with a Nook device and there was a formatting snafu which I found irrita...

    A Fun Regency Romance First off - the subtitle is a bit misleading because I don't feel that Jane and Seeyle are ever bitter enemies. Yes, they greatly misunderstand each other and such, but it's never bitter. Otherwise, Miranda Davis has created another wonderful Regency romance. I...

    This was great fun, I really enjoyed it. Definitely a one of a kind plot in this genre! The historical detail and the dialogue are both to die for. Bravo! We don't really like the heroine of this book when we meet her in the first installment, but she instantly grew on me here. She'...

    The four years waiting is paid off. Definitely my favorite of the series so far!!! I enjoyed reading this book. I mean it. I savored each sentence and when I reached the end of the book, i wished there were more. Seelye has been my favorite among the four, and love-hate relationshi...

    Loved the Bear I have now read three books about the "Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse ". Each is better than the one before. All are very entertaining and all are very different from each other. The main characters of each are carried forward and referred to in the next book of the ...

    I am a huge fan of this series. The first two books had me rolling on the floor laughing. Seelye and Jane?s story didn?t read as easily as the first two but was still very entertaining and had lovely witty banter that helped pull it off. Not my favorite in the series but certainly ...

    Delightful! Yes, this is a historical HEA so there is that over-arching plot. But, the whole getting to the HEA was full of great and often humorous dialogue, really different settings, colorful characters (these are the Four Horsemen after all), and a bear. Add in a way too impulsi...

    I think the book could have been better with more carefuly edited first chapters (they somewhat lacked rythm) but, once the bear appeared, the book was as good as the previous ones. Also, I'm a sucker for historical road movies, especially when set in unusual but thoroughly searched su...

    Brilliant Ms Davis has a unique and engaging voice in the current world of historical romance. Her books are spicy, witty and full of fascinating historical detail. Its also interesting to see a female version of the unpleasant character redeemed -its so often in such stories the ma...

  • Mary
    Jan 21, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

  • Mary
    May 08, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

    I'm still waiting... ...

    Book 3,of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Lord Sealy's turn at matrimonial blundering. This is a clash between a witty, elegant dandy and the sister of his childhood friend George, the Duke of Bath. Lady Jane has turned into a diamond of the first water and has been rejecting suit...

    Unstoppable force meets immovable object (until he moves) I have loved all the books in this series. The reason being that its heroines are intrepid self possess intelligent women that take charge of their lives and the heroes are men that try to catch up as best they can. If you'...

    Several compelling scenes and situations, very good character development but it also had some boring moments here and there which sort of made me not want to read sometimes. But still curious about the last one! ...

    DNF at 45%. The Duke's Tattoo (Horsemen Apocalypse #1) & The Baron's Betrothal (Horsemen Apocalypse #2) were vastly superior, IMO. This time the romance was secondary. Spoiled Lady Jane at nearly 11 loved Lord Seelye, a 2nd son, who went off to war against Napoleon....

    I've waited almost 5 years for this book. It was even better than I expected. Ms Davis improved her writing craft (it wasn't bad! but still got better) and wrote a very clever story. One star down because I'm not a fan of madcap road trip theme. I loved the romance and the fact...

    Yeahhhh!!! It's been a long time, almost 5 years since Miranda Davis' last book. Finally - finally!!! The wait was over! I put all my other books aside and plunged in. Before I begin, I must say I read my story with a Nook device and there was a formatting snafu which I found irrita...

    A Fun Regency Romance First off - the subtitle is a bit misleading because I don't feel that Jane and Seeyle are ever bitter enemies. Yes, they greatly misunderstand each other and such, but it's never bitter. Otherwise, Miranda Davis has created another wonderful Regency romance. I...

    This was great fun, I really enjoyed it. Definitely a one of a kind plot in this genre! The historical detail and the dialogue are both to die for. Bravo! We don't really like the heroine of this book when we meet her in the first installment, but she instantly grew on me here. She'...

    The four years waiting is paid off. Definitely my favorite of the series so far!!! I enjoyed reading this book. I mean it. I savored each sentence and when I reached the end of the book, i wished there were more. Seelye has been my favorite among the four, and love-hate relationshi...

    Loved the Bear I have now read three books about the "Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse ". Each is better than the one before. All are very entertaining and all are very different from each other. The main characters of each are carried forward and referred to in the next book of the ...

    I am a huge fan of this series. The first two books had me rolling on the floor laughing. Seelye and Jane?s story didn?t read as easily as the first two but was still very entertaining and had lovely witty banter that helped pull it off. Not my favorite in the series but certainly ...

    Delightful! Yes, this is a historical HEA so there is that over-arching plot. But, the whole getting to the HEA was full of great and often humorous dialogue, really different settings, colorful characters (these are the Four Horsemen after all), and a bear. Add in a way too impulsi...

    I think the book could have been better with more carefuly edited first chapters (they somewhat lacked rythm) but, once the bear appeared, the book was as good as the previous ones. Also, I'm a sucker for historical road movies, especially when set in unusual but thoroughly searched su...

    Brilliant Ms Davis has a unique and engaging voice in the current world of historical romance. Her books are spicy, witty and full of fascinating historical detail. Its also interesting to see a female version of the unpleasant character redeemed -its so often in such stories the ma...

    I have waited 2 years for this! And it was well worth it ! She has such a great sense of humor she can make the dialogue awesome it makes you laugh out loud! I just love her stories I can't wait for the next one! If you haven't read the other two you're missing something wonderful! ...

    Another amazing book by Miranda Davis. These two are made for each other, but a lot seems to be getting in the way, not least is the war and a loveable bear. There are spots that seem a bit slow, but I so enjoyed all the history, and it added so much to this story. I am impatiently wai...

    I have been waiting for this for over three years and was so worth the wait! I wanted to punch the MC?s early on but just loved watching them fall in love. And who doesn?t need a tamed bear! And no this is not a stand alone. It?s woven in and out of the prior Horsemen?s stories...

  • Alice
    Dec 29, 2017

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

    I'm still waiting... ...

    Book 3,of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Lord Sealy's turn at matrimonial blundering. This is a clash between a witty, elegant dandy and the sister of his childhood friend George, the Duke of Bath. Lady Jane has turned into a diamond of the first water and has been rejecting suit...

  • Christina ~ Brunette Reader
    Feb 28, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

  • Shirley Hamlod
    Mar 13, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

    I'm still waiting... ...

    Book 3,of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Lord Sealy's turn at matrimonial blundering. This is a clash between a witty, elegant dandy and the sister of his childhood friend George, the Duke of Bath. Lady Jane has turned into a diamond of the first water and has been rejecting suit...

    Unstoppable force meets immovable object (until he moves) I have loved all the books in this series. The reason being that its heroines are intrepid self possess intelligent women that take charge of their lives and the heroes are men that try to catch up as best they can. If you'...

    Several compelling scenes and situations, very good character development but it also had some boring moments here and there which sort of made me not want to read sometimes. But still curious about the last one! ...

    DNF at 45%. The Duke's Tattoo (Horsemen Apocalypse #1) & The Baron's Betrothal (Horsemen Apocalypse #2) were vastly superior, IMO. This time the romance was secondary. Spoiled Lady Jane at nearly 11 loved Lord Seelye, a 2nd son, who went off to war against Napoleon....

    I've waited almost 5 years for this book. It was even better than I expected. Ms Davis improved her writing craft (it wasn't bad! but still got better) and wrote a very clever story. One star down because I'm not a fan of madcap road trip theme. I loved the romance and the fact...

    Yeahhhh!!! It's been a long time, almost 5 years since Miranda Davis' last book. Finally - finally!!! The wait was over! I put all my other books aside and plunged in. Before I begin, I must say I read my story with a Nook device and there was a formatting snafu which I found irrita...

    A Fun Regency Romance First off - the subtitle is a bit misleading because I don't feel that Jane and Seeyle are ever bitter enemies. Yes, they greatly misunderstand each other and such, but it's never bitter. Otherwise, Miranda Davis has created another wonderful Regency romance. I...

    This was great fun, I really enjoyed it. Definitely a one of a kind plot in this genre! The historical detail and the dialogue are both to die for. Bravo! We don't really like the heroine of this book when we meet her in the first installment, but she instantly grew on me here. She'...

    The four years waiting is paid off. Definitely my favorite of the series so far!!! I enjoyed reading this book. I mean it. I savored each sentence and when I reached the end of the book, i wished there were more. Seelye has been my favorite among the four, and love-hate relationshi...

    Loved the Bear I have now read three books about the "Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse ". Each is better than the one before. All are very entertaining and all are very different from each other. The main characters of each are carried forward and referred to in the next book of the ...

    I am a huge fan of this series. The first two books had me rolling on the floor laughing. Seelye and Jane?s story didn?t read as easily as the first two but was still very entertaining and had lovely witty banter that helped pull it off. Not my favorite in the series but certainly ...

    Delightful! Yes, this is a historical HEA so there is that over-arching plot. But, the whole getting to the HEA was full of great and often humorous dialogue, really different settings, colorful characters (these are the Four Horsemen after all), and a bear. Add in a way too impulsi...

    I think the book could have been better with more carefuly edited first chapters (they somewhat lacked rythm) but, once the bear appeared, the book was as good as the previous ones. Also, I'm a sucker for historical road movies, especially when set in unusual but thoroughly searched su...

    Brilliant Ms Davis has a unique and engaging voice in the current world of historical romance. Her books are spicy, witty and full of fascinating historical detail. Its also interesting to see a female version of the unpleasant character redeemed -its so often in such stories the ma...

    I have waited 2 years for this! And it was well worth it ! She has such a great sense of humor she can make the dialogue awesome it makes you laugh out loud! I just love her stories I can't wait for the next one! If you haven't read the other two you're missing something wonderful! ...

    Another amazing book by Miranda Davis. These two are made for each other, but a lot seems to be getting in the way, not least is the war and a loveable bear. There are spots that seem a bit slow, but I so enjoyed all the history, and it added so much to this story. I am impatiently wai...

    I have been waiting for this for over three years and was so worth the wait! I wanted to punch the MC?s early on but just loved watching them fall in love. And who doesn?t need a tamed bear! And no this is not a stand alone. It?s woven in and out of the prior Horsemen?s stories...

    A very enjoyable read. I have read the previous two books in this series and this one was as good as they were. Witty dialog, a unique story and we'll written. The book was truly enjoyable. Can't wait till the next one. ...

    This has been a brilliant read. I had to stay up to finish it! The book is really funny in places. One of my favourite parts is the forfeit from the Horsemans? wager at the end! It is good fun and possibly unrealistic but who cares? I loved it! Book 4 about Percy must appear soon. Pl...

  • Mahfuzah
    Nov 01, 2015

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

    I'm still waiting... ...

  • Cheryl
    Jan 05, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

    I'm still waiting... ...

    Book 3,of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Lord Sealy's turn at matrimonial blundering. This is a clash between a witty, elegant dandy and the sister of his childhood friend George, the Duke of Bath. Lady Jane has turned into a diamond of the first water and has been rejecting suit...

    Unstoppable force meets immovable object (until he moves) I have loved all the books in this series. The reason being that its heroines are intrepid self possess intelligent women that take charge of their lives and the heroes are men that try to catch up as best they can. If you'...

    Several compelling scenes and situations, very good character development but it also had some boring moments here and there which sort of made me not want to read sometimes. But still curious about the last one! ...

    DNF at 45%. The Duke's Tattoo (Horsemen Apocalypse #1) & The Baron's Betrothal (Horsemen Apocalypse #2) were vastly superior, IMO. This time the romance was secondary. Spoiled Lady Jane at nearly 11 loved Lord Seelye, a 2nd son, who went off to war against Napoleon....

    I've waited almost 5 years for this book. It was even better than I expected. Ms Davis improved her writing craft (it wasn't bad! but still got better) and wrote a very clever story. One star down because I'm not a fan of madcap road trip theme. I loved the romance and the fact...

    Yeahhhh!!! It's been a long time, almost 5 years since Miranda Davis' last book. Finally - finally!!! The wait was over! I put all my other books aside and plunged in. Before I begin, I must say I read my story with a Nook device and there was a formatting snafu which I found irrita...

    A Fun Regency Romance First off - the subtitle is a bit misleading because I don't feel that Jane and Seeyle are ever bitter enemies. Yes, they greatly misunderstand each other and such, but it's never bitter. Otherwise, Miranda Davis has created another wonderful Regency romance. I...

    This was great fun, I really enjoyed it. Definitely a one of a kind plot in this genre! The historical detail and the dialogue are both to die for. Bravo! We don't really like the heroine of this book when we meet her in the first installment, but she instantly grew on me here. She'...

    The four years waiting is paid off. Definitely my favorite of the series so far!!! I enjoyed reading this book. I mean it. I savored each sentence and when I reached the end of the book, i wished there were more. Seelye has been my favorite among the four, and love-hate relationshi...

    Loved the Bear I have now read three books about the "Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse ". Each is better than the one before. All are very entertaining and all are very different from each other. The main characters of each are carried forward and referred to in the next book of the ...

    I am a huge fan of this series. The first two books had me rolling on the floor laughing. Seelye and Jane?s story didn?t read as easily as the first two but was still very entertaining and had lovely witty banter that helped pull it off. Not my favorite in the series but certainly ...

    Delightful! Yes, this is a historical HEA so there is that over-arching plot. But, the whole getting to the HEA was full of great and often humorous dialogue, really different settings, colorful characters (these are the Four Horsemen after all), and a bear. Add in a way too impulsi...

    I think the book could have been better with more carefuly edited first chapters (they somewhat lacked rythm) but, once the bear appeared, the book was as good as the previous ones. Also, I'm a sucker for historical road movies, especially when set in unusual but thoroughly searched su...

    Brilliant Ms Davis has a unique and engaging voice in the current world of historical romance. Her books are spicy, witty and full of fascinating historical detail. Its also interesting to see a female version of the unpleasant character redeemed -its so often in such stories the ma...

    I have waited 2 years for this! And it was well worth it ! She has such a great sense of humor she can make the dialogue awesome it makes you laugh out loud! I just love her stories I can't wait for the next one! If you haven't read the other two you're missing something wonderful! ...

    Another amazing book by Miranda Davis. These two are made for each other, but a lot seems to be getting in the way, not least is the war and a loveable bear. There are spots that seem a bit slow, but I so enjoyed all the history, and it added so much to this story. I am impatiently wai...

    I have been waiting for this for over three years and was so worth the wait! I wanted to punch the MC?s early on but just loved watching them fall in love. And who doesn?t need a tamed bear! And no this is not a stand alone. It?s woven in and out of the prior Horsemen?s stories...

    A very enjoyable read. I have read the previous two books in this series and this one was as good as they were. Witty dialog, a unique story and we'll written. The book was truly enjoyable. Can't wait till the next one. ...

  • Sarah
    Sep 07, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

    I'm still waiting... ...

    Book 3,of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Lord Sealy's turn at matrimonial blundering. This is a clash between a witty, elegant dandy and the sister of his childhood friend George, the Duke of Bath. Lady Jane has turned into a diamond of the first water and has been rejecting suit...

    Unstoppable force meets immovable object (until he moves) I have loved all the books in this series. The reason being that its heroines are intrepid self possess intelligent women that take charge of their lives and the heroes are men that try to catch up as best they can. If you'...

    Several compelling scenes and situations, very good character development but it also had some boring moments here and there which sort of made me not want to read sometimes. But still curious about the last one! ...

    DNF at 45%. The Duke's Tattoo (Horsemen Apocalypse #1) & The Baron's Betrothal (Horsemen Apocalypse #2) were vastly superior, IMO. This time the romance was secondary. Spoiled Lady Jane at nearly 11 loved Lord Seelye, a 2nd son, who went off to war against Napoleon....

    I've waited almost 5 years for this book. It was even better than I expected. Ms Davis improved her writing craft (it wasn't bad! but still got better) and wrote a very clever story. One star down because I'm not a fan of madcap road trip theme. I loved the romance and the fact...

    Yeahhhh!!! It's been a long time, almost 5 years since Miranda Davis' last book. Finally - finally!!! The wait was over! I put all my other books aside and plunged in. Before I begin, I must say I read my story with a Nook device and there was a formatting snafu which I found irrita...

    A Fun Regency Romance First off - the subtitle is a bit misleading because I don't feel that Jane and Seeyle are ever bitter enemies. Yes, they greatly misunderstand each other and such, but it's never bitter. Otherwise, Miranda Davis has created another wonderful Regency romance. I...

  • Julia DeBarrioz
    Feb 08, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

    I'm still waiting... ...

    Book 3,of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Lord Sealy's turn at matrimonial blundering. This is a clash between a witty, elegant dandy and the sister of his childhood friend George, the Duke of Bath. Lady Jane has turned into a diamond of the first water and has been rejecting suit...

    Unstoppable force meets immovable object (until he moves) I have loved all the books in this series. The reason being that its heroines are intrepid self possess intelligent women that take charge of their lives and the heroes are men that try to catch up as best they can. If you'...

    Several compelling scenes and situations, very good character development but it also had some boring moments here and there which sort of made me not want to read sometimes. But still curious about the last one! ...

    DNF at 45%. The Duke's Tattoo (Horsemen Apocalypse #1) & The Baron's Betrothal (Horsemen Apocalypse #2) were vastly superior, IMO. This time the romance was secondary. Spoiled Lady Jane at nearly 11 loved Lord Seelye, a 2nd son, who went off to war against Napoleon....

    I've waited almost 5 years for this book. It was even better than I expected. Ms Davis improved her writing craft (it wasn't bad! but still got better) and wrote a very clever story. One star down because I'm not a fan of madcap road trip theme. I loved the romance and the fact...

    Yeahhhh!!! It's been a long time, almost 5 years since Miranda Davis' last book. Finally - finally!!! The wait was over! I put all my other books aside and plunged in. Before I begin, I must say I read my story with a Nook device and there was a formatting snafu which I found irrita...

    A Fun Regency Romance First off - the subtitle is a bit misleading because I don't feel that Jane and Seeyle are ever bitter enemies. Yes, they greatly misunderstand each other and such, but it's never bitter. Otherwise, Miranda Davis has created another wonderful Regency romance. I...

    This was great fun, I really enjoyed it. Definitely a one of a kind plot in this genre! The historical detail and the dialogue are both to die for. Bravo! We don't really like the heroine of this book when we meet her in the first installment, but she instantly grew on me here. She'...

  • Bookworm
    Oct 15, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

    I'm still waiting... ...

    Book 3,of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Lord Sealy's turn at matrimonial blundering. This is a clash between a witty, elegant dandy and the sister of his childhood friend George, the Duke of Bath. Lady Jane has turned into a diamond of the first water and has been rejecting suit...

    Unstoppable force meets immovable object (until he moves) I have loved all the books in this series. The reason being that its heroines are intrepid self possess intelligent women that take charge of their lives and the heroes are men that try to catch up as best they can. If you'...

    Several compelling scenes and situations, very good character development but it also had some boring moments here and there which sort of made me not want to read sometimes. But still curious about the last one! ...

    DNF at 45%. The Duke's Tattoo (Horsemen Apocalypse #1) & The Baron's Betrothal (Horsemen Apocalypse #2) were vastly superior, IMO. This time the romance was secondary. Spoiled Lady Jane at nearly 11 loved Lord Seelye, a 2nd son, who went off to war against Napoleon....

    I've waited almost 5 years for this book. It was even better than I expected. Ms Davis improved her writing craft (it wasn't bad! but still got better) and wrote a very clever story. One star down because I'm not a fan of madcap road trip theme. I loved the romance and the fact...

    Yeahhhh!!! It's been a long time, almost 5 years since Miranda Davis' last book. Finally - finally!!! The wait was over! I put all my other books aside and plunged in. Before I begin, I must say I read my story with a Nook device and there was a formatting snafu which I found irrita...

    A Fun Regency Romance First off - the subtitle is a bit misleading because I don't feel that Jane and Seeyle are ever bitter enemies. Yes, they greatly misunderstand each other and such, but it's never bitter. Otherwise, Miranda Davis has created another wonderful Regency romance. I...

    This was great fun, I really enjoyed it. Definitely a one of a kind plot in this genre! The historical detail and the dialogue are both to die for. Bravo! We don't really like the heroine of this book when we meet her in the first installment, but she instantly grew on me here. She'...

    The four years waiting is paid off. Definitely my favorite of the series so far!!! I enjoyed reading this book. I mean it. I savored each sentence and when I reached the end of the book, i wished there were more. Seelye has been my favorite among the four, and love-hate relationshi...

    Loved the Bear I have now read three books about the "Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse ". Each is better than the one before. All are very entertaining and all are very different from each other. The main characters of each are carried forward and referred to in the next book of the ...

    I am a huge fan of this series. The first two books had me rolling on the floor laughing. Seelye and Jane?s story didn?t read as easily as the first two but was still very entertaining and had lovely witty banter that helped pull it off. Not my favorite in the series but certainly ...

  • Donna Foster
    Jan 18, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

    I'm still waiting... ...

    Book 3,of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Lord Sealy's turn at matrimonial blundering. This is a clash between a witty, elegant dandy and the sister of his childhood friend George, the Duke of Bath. Lady Jane has turned into a diamond of the first water and has been rejecting suit...

    Unstoppable force meets immovable object (until he moves) I have loved all the books in this series. The reason being that its heroines are intrepid self possess intelligent women that take charge of their lives and the heroes are men that try to catch up as best they can. If you'...

    Several compelling scenes and situations, very good character development but it also had some boring moments here and there which sort of made me not want to read sometimes. But still curious about the last one! ...

    DNF at 45%. The Duke's Tattoo (Horsemen Apocalypse #1) & The Baron's Betrothal (Horsemen Apocalypse #2) were vastly superior, IMO. This time the romance was secondary. Spoiled Lady Jane at nearly 11 loved Lord Seelye, a 2nd son, who went off to war against Napoleon....

    I've waited almost 5 years for this book. It was even better than I expected. Ms Davis improved her writing craft (it wasn't bad! but still got better) and wrote a very clever story. One star down because I'm not a fan of madcap road trip theme. I loved the romance and the fact...

    Yeahhhh!!! It's been a long time, almost 5 years since Miranda Davis' last book. Finally - finally!!! The wait was over! I put all my other books aside and plunged in. Before I begin, I must say I read my story with a Nook device and there was a formatting snafu which I found irrita...

    A Fun Regency Romance First off - the subtitle is a bit misleading because I don't feel that Jane and Seeyle are ever bitter enemies. Yes, they greatly misunderstand each other and such, but it's never bitter. Otherwise, Miranda Davis has created another wonderful Regency romance. I...

    This was great fun, I really enjoyed it. Definitely a one of a kind plot in this genre! The historical detail and the dialogue are both to die for. Bravo! We don't really like the heroine of this book when we meet her in the first installment, but she instantly grew on me here. She'...

    The four years waiting is paid off. Definitely my favorite of the series so far!!! I enjoyed reading this book. I mean it. I savored each sentence and when I reached the end of the book, i wished there were more. Seelye has been my favorite among the four, and love-hate relationshi...

    Loved the Bear I have now read three books about the "Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse ". Each is better than the one before. All are very entertaining and all are very different from each other. The main characters of each are carried forward and referred to in the next book of the ...

    I am a huge fan of this series. The first two books had me rolling on the floor laughing. Seelye and Jane?s story didn?t read as easily as the first two but was still very entertaining and had lovely witty banter that helped pull it off. Not my favorite in the series but certainly ...

    Delightful! Yes, this is a historical HEA so there is that over-arching plot. But, the whole getting to the HEA was full of great and often humorous dialogue, really different settings, colorful characters (these are the Four Horsemen after all), and a bear. Add in a way too impulsi...

    I think the book could have been better with more carefuly edited first chapters (they somewhat lacked rythm) but, once the bear appeared, the book was as good as the previous ones. Also, I'm a sucker for historical road movies, especially when set in unusual but thoroughly searched su...

    Brilliant Ms Davis has a unique and engaging voice in the current world of historical romance. Her books are spicy, witty and full of fascinating historical detail. Its also interesting to see a female version of the unpleasant character redeemed -its so often in such stories the ma...

    I have waited 2 years for this! And it was well worth it ! She has such a great sense of humor she can make the dialogue awesome it makes you laugh out loud! I just love her stories I can't wait for the next one! If you haven't read the other two you're missing something wonderful! ...

  • Lc Dolphin
    May 20, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

    I'm still waiting... ...

    Book 3,of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Lord Sealy's turn at matrimonial blundering. This is a clash between a witty, elegant dandy and the sister of his childhood friend George, the Duke of Bath. Lady Jane has turned into a diamond of the first water and has been rejecting suit...

    Unstoppable force meets immovable object (until he moves) I have loved all the books in this series. The reason being that its heroines are intrepid self possess intelligent women that take charge of their lives and the heroes are men that try to catch up as best they can. If you'...

    Several compelling scenes and situations, very good character development but it also had some boring moments here and there which sort of made me not want to read sometimes. But still curious about the last one! ...

    DNF at 45%. The Duke's Tattoo (Horsemen Apocalypse #1) & The Baron's Betrothal (Horsemen Apocalypse #2) were vastly superior, IMO. This time the romance was secondary. Spoiled Lady Jane at nearly 11 loved Lord Seelye, a 2nd son, who went off to war against Napoleon....

    I've waited almost 5 years for this book. It was even better than I expected. Ms Davis improved her writing craft (it wasn't bad! but still got better) and wrote a very clever story. One star down because I'm not a fan of madcap road trip theme. I loved the romance and the fact...

    Yeahhhh!!! It's been a long time, almost 5 years since Miranda Davis' last book. Finally - finally!!! The wait was over! I put all my other books aside and plunged in. Before I begin, I must say I read my story with a Nook device and there was a formatting snafu which I found irrita...

    A Fun Regency Romance First off - the subtitle is a bit misleading because I don't feel that Jane and Seeyle are ever bitter enemies. Yes, they greatly misunderstand each other and such, but it's never bitter. Otherwise, Miranda Davis has created another wonderful Regency romance. I...

    This was great fun, I really enjoyed it. Definitely a one of a kind plot in this genre! The historical detail and the dialogue are both to die for. Bravo! We don't really like the heroine of this book when we meet her in the first installment, but she instantly grew on me here. She'...

    The four years waiting is paid off. Definitely my favorite of the series so far!!! I enjoyed reading this book. I mean it. I savored each sentence and when I reached the end of the book, i wished there were more. Seelye has been my favorite among the four, and love-hate relationshi...

    Loved the Bear I have now read three books about the "Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse ". Each is better than the one before. All are very entertaining and all are very different from each other. The main characters of each are carried forward and referred to in the next book of the ...

    I am a huge fan of this series. The first two books had me rolling on the floor laughing. Seelye and Jane?s story didn?t read as easily as the first two but was still very entertaining and had lovely witty banter that helped pull it off. Not my favorite in the series but certainly ...

    Delightful! Yes, this is a historical HEA so there is that over-arching plot. But, the whole getting to the HEA was full of great and often humorous dialogue, really different settings, colorful characters (these are the Four Horsemen after all), and a bear. Add in a way too impulsi...

    I think the book could have been better with more carefuly edited first chapters (they somewhat lacked rythm) but, once the bear appeared, the book was as good as the previous ones. Also, I'm a sucker for historical road movies, especially when set in unusual but thoroughly searched su...

    Brilliant Ms Davis has a unique and engaging voice in the current world of historical romance. Her books are spicy, witty and full of fascinating historical detail. Its also interesting to see a female version of the unpleasant character redeemed -its so often in such stories the ma...

    I have waited 2 years for this! And it was well worth it ! She has such a great sense of humor she can make the dialogue awesome it makes you laugh out loud! I just love her stories I can't wait for the next one! If you haven't read the other two you're missing something wonderful! ...

    Another amazing book by Miranda Davis. These two are made for each other, but a lot seems to be getting in the way, not least is the war and a loveable bear. There are spots that seem a bit slow, but I so enjoyed all the history, and it added so much to this story. I am impatiently wai...

  • Ursula
    Jan 18, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

  • HR-ML
    Apr 25, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

    I'm still waiting... ...

    Book 3,of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Lord Sealy's turn at matrimonial blundering. This is a clash between a witty, elegant dandy and the sister of his childhood friend George, the Duke of Bath. Lady Jane has turned into a diamond of the first water and has been rejecting suit...

    Unstoppable force meets immovable object (until he moves) I have loved all the books in this series. The reason being that its heroines are intrepid self possess intelligent women that take charge of their lives and the heroes are men that try to catch up as best they can. If you'...

    Several compelling scenes and situations, very good character development but it also had some boring moments here and there which sort of made me not want to read sometimes. But still curious about the last one! ...

    DNF at 45%. The Duke's Tattoo (Horsemen Apocalypse #1) & The Baron's Betrothal (Horsemen Apocalypse #2) were vastly superior, IMO. This time the romance was secondary. Spoiled Lady Jane at nearly 11 loved Lord Seelye, a 2nd son, who went off to war against Napoleon....

  • OLT
    Jan 18, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

  • MELISSA
    Jan 18, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

    I'm still waiting... ...

    Book 3,of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Lord Sealy's turn at matrimonial blundering. This is a clash between a witty, elegant dandy and the sister of his childhood friend George, the Duke of Bath. Lady Jane has turned into a diamond of the first water and has been rejecting suit...

    Unstoppable force meets immovable object (until he moves) I have loved all the books in this series. The reason being that its heroines are intrepid self possess intelligent women that take charge of their lives and the heroes are men that try to catch up as best they can. If you'...

    Several compelling scenes and situations, very good character development but it also had some boring moments here and there which sort of made me not want to read sometimes. But still curious about the last one! ...

    DNF at 45%. The Duke's Tattoo (Horsemen Apocalypse #1) & The Baron's Betrothal (Horsemen Apocalypse #2) were vastly superior, IMO. This time the romance was secondary. Spoiled Lady Jane at nearly 11 loved Lord Seelye, a 2nd son, who went off to war against Napoleon....

    I've waited almost 5 years for this book. It was even better than I expected. Ms Davis improved her writing craft (it wasn't bad! but still got better) and wrote a very clever story. One star down because I'm not a fan of madcap road trip theme. I loved the romance and the fact...

    Yeahhhh!!! It's been a long time, almost 5 years since Miranda Davis' last book. Finally - finally!!! The wait was over! I put all my other books aside and plunged in. Before I begin, I must say I read my story with a Nook device and there was a formatting snafu which I found irrita...

    A Fun Regency Romance First off - the subtitle is a bit misleading because I don't feel that Jane and Seeyle are ever bitter enemies. Yes, they greatly misunderstand each other and such, but it's never bitter. Otherwise, Miranda Davis has created another wonderful Regency romance. I...

    This was great fun, I really enjoyed it. Definitely a one of a kind plot in this genre! The historical detail and the dialogue are both to die for. Bravo! We don't really like the heroine of this book when we meet her in the first installment, but she instantly grew on me here. She'...

    The four years waiting is paid off. Definitely my favorite of the series so far!!! I enjoyed reading this book. I mean it. I savored each sentence and when I reached the end of the book, i wished there were more. Seelye has been my favorite among the four, and love-hate relationshi...

    Loved the Bear I have now read three books about the "Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse ". Each is better than the one before. All are very entertaining and all are very different from each other. The main characters of each are carried forward and referred to in the next book of the ...

    I am a huge fan of this series. The first two books had me rolling on the floor laughing. Seelye and Jane?s story didn?t read as easily as the first two but was still very entertaining and had lovely witty banter that helped pull it off. Not my favorite in the series but certainly ...

    Delightful! Yes, this is a historical HEA so there is that over-arching plot. But, the whole getting to the HEA was full of great and often humorous dialogue, really different settings, colorful characters (these are the Four Horsemen after all), and a bear. Add in a way too impulsi...

  • Jane Harris
    Mar 15, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

    I'm still waiting... ...

    Book 3,of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Lord Sealy's turn at matrimonial blundering. This is a clash between a witty, elegant dandy and the sister of his childhood friend George, the Duke of Bath. Lady Jane has turned into a diamond of the first water and has been rejecting suit...

    Unstoppable force meets immovable object (until he moves) I have loved all the books in this series. The reason being that its heroines are intrepid self possess intelligent women that take charge of their lives and the heroes are men that try to catch up as best they can. If you'...

    Several compelling scenes and situations, very good character development but it also had some boring moments here and there which sort of made me not want to read sometimes. But still curious about the last one! ...

    DNF at 45%. The Duke's Tattoo (Horsemen Apocalypse #1) & The Baron's Betrothal (Horsemen Apocalypse #2) were vastly superior, IMO. This time the romance was secondary. Spoiled Lady Jane at nearly 11 loved Lord Seelye, a 2nd son, who went off to war against Napoleon....

    I've waited almost 5 years for this book. It was even better than I expected. Ms Davis improved her writing craft (it wasn't bad! but still got better) and wrote a very clever story. One star down because I'm not a fan of madcap road trip theme. I loved the romance and the fact...

    Yeahhhh!!! It's been a long time, almost 5 years since Miranda Davis' last book. Finally - finally!!! The wait was over! I put all my other books aside and plunged in. Before I begin, I must say I read my story with a Nook device and there was a formatting snafu which I found irrita...

    A Fun Regency Romance First off - the subtitle is a bit misleading because I don't feel that Jane and Seeyle are ever bitter enemies. Yes, they greatly misunderstand each other and such, but it's never bitter. Otherwise, Miranda Davis has created another wonderful Regency romance. I...

    This was great fun, I really enjoyed it. Definitely a one of a kind plot in this genre! The historical detail and the dialogue are both to die for. Bravo! We don't really like the heroine of this book when we meet her in the first installment, but she instantly grew on me here. She'...

    The four years waiting is paid off. Definitely my favorite of the series so far!!! I enjoyed reading this book. I mean it. I savored each sentence and when I reached the end of the book, i wished there were more. Seelye has been my favorite among the four, and love-hate relationshi...

    Loved the Bear I have now read three books about the "Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse ". Each is better than the one before. All are very entertaining and all are very different from each other. The main characters of each are carried forward and referred to in the next book of the ...

  • Sonia189
    Mar 12, 2018

    4,5 Stars As with the previous two books in The Horsemen of The Apocalypse series, Miranda Davis had delivered another delicious Regency romp and another lovely romance smoothly blended together. It?s a match of wits, wills and hearts. Lady Jane and Lord Seelye, the feisty h...

    Wow. Anyone interested in canals and locks and how they all work in England? If so, this is the book for you. I struggled to maintain my interest and barely made it through to the end. There was only one really interesting part in this book, and that was when the hero told his war sto...

    The long awaited third instalment of Miranda Davis' deliciously, quirky Horsemen of the Apocalypse Regency Romance series in which the previously dreadful Lady Jane Babcock gets her comeuppance when she clashes with the secret object of her affection, Lord Seelye Burton. A ridiculous j...

    Well, wasn't this a tremendous letdown. Seelye was my favourite Horseman, and this book ruined him beyond repair for me, partly for the terrible story the author gave him and partly for the horrible heroine he got hitched with, who was already shaping up to be unpromisingly obnoxious i...

    2014!!! *groan* Say it ain't so!! Write faster Miranda...please! ...

    Unpopular opinion alert: DNF after 79% because there is no redeeming what this "heroine" did in my eyes. None. At all. Sorry. Not going to happen: (view spoiler)[So the hero at some point gets into trouble because of her shenanigans and is challenged to a duel. The woman thinks he ...

    (3.5 stars) In 2012 by happenstance I came upon a $0.99 HR with an unusual plot by an unknown author. At the time I read it, it had very few reviews, but it was a delightful read and became a big hit. Yeah, of course, I'm talking about THE DUKE'S TATTOO and my review here is about the ...

    Update! I'm finished and feel "topped up". It was wonderful. The whole series is fun, but Seelye's story has it all: Fab banter between all the characters; brilliant scenes between the horsemen; one of my favorite heroes of all time; some of the best side characters (I'm looking at ...

    There's just something so satisfying about a Taming of the Shrew book. From the prologue teased at the end of The Baron's Betrothal (I've said before it's a torture device - it's true), we knew this book was going to be a raucous ride. I love my heroines headstrong and my heroes highha...

    While this didn't have the punch that the first book did, it was still fun in a lot of ways. Seeyle has come back from the war a different man and Jane has become a differnt woman than the imp that Lord Seeyle knew. We met Jane in the first book and she wasn't a nice person and she had...

    I'm still waiting... ...

    Book 3,of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Lord Sealy's turn at matrimonial blundering. This is a clash between a witty, elegant dandy and the sister of his childhood friend George, the Duke of Bath. Lady Jane has turned into a diamond of the first water and has been rejecting suit...

    Unstoppable force meets immovable object (until he moves) I have loved all the books in this series. The reason being that its heroines are intrepid self possess intelligent women that take charge of their lives and the heroes are men that try to catch up as best they can. If you'...

    Several compelling scenes and situations, very good character development but it also had some boring moments here and there which sort of made me not want to read sometimes. But still curious about the last one! ...