Monday's Muse

Monday, May 30

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Happy Memorial Day to everyone in the US!  Monday's Muse is coming to you a bit later than usual (my apologies), but the family is gathering today and had lots to do including making homemade ice cream. (yum!)

I just wanted to take a few minutes to not only let you know what my plans are for the week at SM, but also to give my heartfelt thanks to all of our service men and women, and their families who so selflessly give of themselves, and to remember the sacrifices that have been made to keep us free and safe.  Thank you!  Those two words don't even begin to show my gratitude and sympathy to those who have lost someone who was dear to them.  My thoughts are with you today.

This week at Seductive Musings:
  • Tuesday:  I hope to have a recap of my reading adventures for both April and May (since I seem to not have gotten to April yet )
  • Wednesday:  Author Grace Burrowes will be my guest to celebrate her new historical romance The Soldier.  Seems kind of fitting to be talking about this book the same week as Memorial Day. 
  • Thursday-Friday:  I hope to have a few reviews for you...quite possibly including one for Julia Quinn's new historical romance Just Like Heaven.
  • Tempting Trailer:  This week it is for Kate Noble's newest historical romance Follow My Lead, which came out earlier this month.  I believe she made the trailer herself and I quite like it.
Also of Interest:
  • Bethany Kane (Beth Kery) is having an "Addicted to You" contest on her blog to celebrate the upcoming release Addicted to You which releases next week on June 7th.
  • Vivian Arend's big giveaway is in it's fourth and final week.  Don't miss it.
  • And Anya Bast is also having a massive giveaway titled the "Jaded & Jeweled Jubilee" to celebrate the release of her new book Jaded, which also comes out next week.  These look so hot!
    
Finally, I'd like to congratulate all of the authors with new releases this week, especially Musings authors Lori Foster, Olivia Parker, Grace Burrowes, Katie Lane, Carolyn Jewel, Lucy Monroe, and my dream guest Julia Quinn!  If you like historical romance even half as much as I do than you will be practically giddy with this week's offerings!



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Review: The Devil in Disguise by Stefanie Sloane

Thursday, May 26

Title: The Devil in Disguise*
Author: Stefanie Sloane
Series: Regency Rogues #1 ( Book #2 The Angel in My Arms 6/28/11, Book #3 The Sinner Who Seduced Me 7/26/11)
Genre:  Historical Romance
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Format:  mass market paperback
Date/Year:  May 24, 2011
Reviewed by: Booklover1335

*This book was provided to me by Amazon for review

Summary from the publisher:

Lord William Randall, the Duke of Clairemont, is a wicked rake with little regard for society—a most unlikely suitor for the prim and proper Lady Lucinda Gray. But his latest assignment for the Young Corinthians, an elite spy organization, involves protecting her from a kidnapping plot and to do this, the notorious “Iron Will” must get close to Lucinda, and convince her that he’s a man worthy of her attention. It is a simple enough task to use his devilish charm to seduce her, but William never would have guessed that he’d become enthralled by the lovely Lady Grey—or that he’d lose his own heart in the bargain.

Beautiful and fiercely intelligent, Lucinda has managed to gracefully sidestep even the most persistent suitors. Until the Duke of Clairemont, that is. His rugged features, sinfully sensuous mouth, and piercing eyes are as alluring as the champion thoroughbred he tantalizingly offers in exchange for the honor of courting her, and she finds it hard to resist either temptation. The feelings he stirs in her both excite and arouse, urging her on despite the very real danger he represents. But when the truth is revealed, will Lucinda risk her heart and her life for a chance at everlasting love?


My Musings:

I love historical romances! And while most historical romances have the same themes you can usually find something about the story that makes it unique and different from all of the other ones you've already read. Unfortunately, I don't think Devil in Disguise really had that "something special" that distinguishes it from all of the rest.

Heroes will make or break a romance for me, and while the Hero in Devil in Disguise has promise, he doesn't really live up to the potential that the story held. William, the Duke of Clairemont was raised by a controlling and abusive father and learned at a very early age to repress his feelings for the people and things that he loves in order to protect them. He is a natural protector, so when asked to join a league of special agents named the "Young Corinthians" he sees it as his life calling, and is assigned to protect the heroine from the the villain that is endangering her life.

Lady Lucinda Grey is a twenty six year old wealthy spinster who believes that there really isn't such a thing as love and happy endings. She relates love with the stories of Romeo and Juliet, Antony and Cleopatra;  love and romance with tragic endings.  Therefore, love is not not worth the emotional pain, that is until her best friend married for love...and is shockingly happy. She lives with her Aunts, who are dubbed "The Furies" by the Ton and she secretly breeds race horses. Lucinda is content with her life, and while constantly being approached by suitors she doesn't see the need for marriage. Until she meets "Iron Will", the Duke of Clairemont, an infamous rake who mysteriously decides to court her with marriage in mind. What she doesn't know is that he has been sent to protect her and the only way a rake with his reputation can court a respectable woman like Lucinda is to "court" her.

The Devil in Disguise had lots of promise. I loved the idea of the "Young Corinthians" unfortunately you don't really learn much about the men that make up this secret group of agents. I think this part of the story really lacked depth, especially since the series is based on other agents. I didn't feel like I got to know any of the other future heroes in the series beyond their names, which doesn't leave you desperate to know the next hero's story in the series.

I also loved "The Furies", Lucinda's Aunts. They were an interesting mix of women and experiences. Unfortunately they play a very small part in the book. I wish they would have played a larger role somehow in the story. There was also promise in the villain. I just wish more of his evilness would have been pitted against the Corinthians since they were opponents on several other occasions.

One of the biggest things about the story that didn't really work for me, were the relationships between the characters. For instance, the believability that Lucinda so easily and quickly fell in love with Will. While he is supposed to be undeniably irresistible, our heroine is somewhat skeptical of love, the benefits of marriage, and is very independent. I didn't believe that within just a few days of courtship that she changed her opinion about love and marriage. Will was charming, but not to the extent to justify her about face and willingness to give up her freedom. In fact many of the relationships between the characters seemed very superficial without a lot to support them...Will and his mother and brother, Will and the other "Young Corinthians" and especially Will and Lucinda.

Another disappointment was the ending to the story. Devil in Disguise is very much a plot driven book that relies on the danger revolving around the heroine and the hero's need to save her. So when the heroine saves not only herself, but also the hero from the villain, it kind of made the hero seem somewhat impotent and negated the need for his role in the book. Don't get me wrong, I love a strong heroine, especially in historical romances, but this time I felt that it came at the expense of the hero being "heroic" and that I didn't like.

I can't say that I didn't enjoy reading the book because, while The Devil in Disguise is not original, it was interesting enough to want to keep reading until the end. I don't consider reading it time wasted, but it more than likely could have been spent on a better romance. Because in the end, Devil in Disguise was just... ordinary.   Like so many other books that I have already read with nothing really special about it to make it stand apart. And when the plot is something historical romance readers have read before, and possibly even done better, then the relationships between the characters really needs to be stellar to rise the book from the average/ordinary, to something special, and I didn't really believe in Lucinda and Will's love.

The second book comes out in June and involves another Young Corinthian, but I think I will wait to see what kind of reviews it receives before deciding whether or not to pick it up.

Ratings:

Overall:  3.25 stars
Sensuality level:  2.75 sensuality (one very brief love scene that lacked emotion)

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Winners: Ripe for Pleasure, Double Cowboy Trouble & The Guardian

Tuesday, May 24

Last week I announced the three winners of Margaret Mallory's first book in her new The Return of the Highlanders series, The Guardian.  I heard from two of the winners (didn't hear from Clancy), and one of them had already won a copy of the book on another blog...so it looks like I need to select two new winners.  They are...



To celebrate the release of Going Cowboy Crazy and the upcoming release in June of Make Mine a Bad Boy, Katie Lane's publisher Forever Romance would like to giveaway one copy of  BOTH books to these THREE lucky Musings followers...



To celebrate the release of the first book in Isobel Carr's League of Second Sons series, Ripe for Pleasure, her publisher, Forever Romance, would like to giveaway a copy of the book to these three lucky Musings followers...





Congratulations!   As always, you can click on any of the links or the book covers found on this blog to purchase the books you are dying to read...even if you didn't win them.  If you didn't win one of these, don't lose heart because I'll have some new ones for you soon!

If however,  you've been lucky enough to have already won these book(s) in another giveaway please let me know so that alternate winner(s) can be selected.  The winners will have until Thursday May 26th to contact me with your mailing address, otherwise alternate winner(s) will be selected.  For new followers to Seductive Musings please take note I do NOT email you that you have won.  The blog post serves as the announcement and it is your responsibility to contact me with your mailing address. You can send your mailing address to me by using the Contact link in the menu bar at the top of the blog then filling out the form.


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Monday's Muse

Monday, May 23

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There are several inspiring things about this week's Muse, but I do have a few favorites :)  Can you guess what they are? (hint:  it's not the abs...though those are nice as well).  I'll be stopping by during the day to see what your favorite parts are and leaving a few comments myself and filling you in on what I find so seductive about this week's Muse.

On a personal note.  This month looks like it is going to be even a worse reading month than April was.  The way things are going I will have been lucky to read 5 books this month.  And for me, that is sad sad sad...and not one of those five were from the TBR.  I also have several library books that I've been dying to read (Restless Heart, Cloudy With a Chance of Marriage, Three to Tango (and so many more that look so good!) but I just can't seem to find the time to read.  I usually read at night before going to bed, but these last few months have been so crazy busy that when I sit down to read I find myself falling asleep :(  It's a sad state of affairs I tell you!  I'm already marking May off as a lost cause and am going to really try and find more reading time in June (because the library will only allow me to renew them so many times and I just can't stand the thought of giving them back unread).


This week at Seductive Musings:
  • Tuesday:  I"ll have some winners to announce!
  • Wednesday-Friday:  I hope to be able to post some reviews, especially for Defiant by Kris Kennedy and Touch of a Thief by Mia Marlowe....and if I'm lucky one more.
  • Tempting Trailer: Lessons in Indiscretion by Karen Erickson.  Karen is known for her Samhain Contemporary Erotic Romances, but this is her first Historical Romance and I can't wait to read it!  It doesn't come out til June but you can pre-order it at some places already (squee)
Also of Interest:
    Finally, I'd like to congratulate all of the authors will new releases this week, especially Musings author Tiffany Clare, whose newest historical romance The Secret Desires of a Governess is out on Tuesday (woohoo!) Congrats!



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    Review: Secrets of a Proper Countess by Lecia Cornwall

    Thursday, May 19

    Title:  Secrets of a Proper Countess*
    Author:  Lecia Cornwall
    Series: N/A
    Genre: Historical Romance
    Publisher: Avon
    Format: Mass Market Paperback, & Digital e-book
    Date/Year: April 2011
    Reviewed by: Booklover1335

    *This book was provided to me by the author for review

    Summary from the publisher:

    There are secrets we take to the grave...and some we just take to bed.

    Cinderella meets the Scarlet Pimpernel...

    If Lady Isobel Maitland is caught even speaking to an incorrigible rogue like the Marquess of Blackwood, she stands to lose everything she holds dear. Strict rules in her husband's will ensure that if she remarries or even forms friendships her mother-in-law does not approve of, then she will never see her young son again. But one night, in a dark garden at a masquerade ball, Isobel gives in to temptation, and lets an innocent flirtation turn into seduction.

    Phineas Archer, the notorious Marquess of Blackwood, may hold the reputation as the worst rake in London, but as a spy for the crown, he merely plays the role of a fool to learn the most closely guarded secrets of the ton.

    As a new threat to England's success in the war against Napoleon emerges, Phineas must foil a plot to kidnap the exiled Bourbon heir to the French crown. Every clue seems to lead to his mysterious lover, but while Phineas can spot trouble a mile off, and see through the cleverest of disguises, he cannot find any trace of his elusive femme fatale. No man alive would imagine the prim widow Maitland could be his dream lover. But behind the mask and the secrets, Isobel is everything Phineas has ever desired....

    My Musings:

    Secrets of a Proper Countess is the debut historical romance by author Lecia Cornwall.  The story revolves around a not so merry widow, Lady Isobel Maitland, who lives under the protection and dominance of her late husband’s family who uses her son as emotional blackmail to keep her and her money under their absolute control. 

    Our heroine was married at a young age to a man and family that despised her and her heritage, but coveted the money that she could bring to the union.  The only joy to come from the marriage was Isobel’s young son whom she loves dearly, yet lives in constant fear of losing.  She is strong, yet demure...more out of necessity than by nature, and is constantly trying to live down her mother’s notorious behavior, as well as come to terms with her own mother’s abandonment at a young and tender age.  Every aspect of her life is ruled by her dead husband and her in-laws...how she dresses, who she is allowed to socialize with, and it goes without saying that she is forbidden to form any new attachments, have love affairs, or consider marriage again in fear of never being able to see her son again.  However, the one thing that her in-laws can’t control are her thoughts and her secret desires, and she secretly desires the worst rake in London.

    Our hero, Phineas Archer, the Marquess of Blackwood is from an illustrious family and is in line to inherit a dukedom.  He is in his prime, and his grandfather feels that he has had enough time to sow his wild oats, and it is now time to retire his Rake status and start a family.  But he has secrets of his own;  he is an agent for the Crown and his Rake persona is not who he feels he truly is and longs to just be "himself" with someone therefore he has decided to retire from being a spy after one last assignment.

    Secrets of a Proper Countess has a great set of characters, including the heroine and the numerous villains, whom you just love to hate.  I especially thought that the character of Isobel was well written.  You could feel her despair, her desire, and desperation to break free if only for a few stolen passionate moments.  I just wish that I felt that I knew as much about the hero as I felt I knew about the heroine.  A hero can make or break a romance for me and Phineas Archer was, in my opinion, a bit of a quandary.  The reader is told that he is an agent of the crown and that he often plays a “role” while in the presence of the ton that is different than his own personality.  However, I didn’t feel that the persona that he presented to the Ton was any different than the person he was when he was with Isobel, whom he was supposedly himself with, which was a problem for me.  Really, the whole agent of the Crown aspect of the story didn’t really work for me.  If this would have been a story about a Rake, a Widow, and a deviously and really vile controlling in-laws, I think I would have liked Secrets of a Proper Countess much much more than I did in the end.  Not to say that I didn’t like it, just that I felt it would have been a better story without the distraction of the plot involving the kidnapping of the French King.

    For instance,  Phineas plays an agent of the crown, yet he spends more time trying to discover the identity of his secret lover, than uncovering the plot involving the King.  He assumes that the two are connected, but on very circumstantial evidence which made him seen almost amateurish in his agent skills.   He takes most things at face value, and something that left me somewhat baffled was his discovery of a will during a reconnaissance mission at Isobel’s home that could have set Isobel free without the fear of losing her son early on in the story yet he doesn’t reveal it or confront her about this until the very end. of the story.  He has no real reason to hide the information, especially when she refuses to marry him for fear of retribution from her family.  You would have thought that he would have revealed this information to her, so that she could keep her son and be with him without retribution, but he doesn’t.  It left me very confused, because you  realize that he had to have known this earlier, because what good agent would steal important looking documents and not read them at the first opportunity, so why does he do nothing until the point where it no longer matters?  Of course it fits better in the plot this way, with the King kidnapping, but otherwise I thought it made him seem like an incompetent agent, as well as an unconcerned, and less than caring lover.  He always seem to accept things at face value and never once questions Isobel as to why she just doesn’t lead her own life regardless of what her family by marriage believes since she is a supposedly wealthy widow. It  made  his relationship with her seem very superficial....more about lust and mutual desire, than caring and falling in love with Isobel.  As you can see I had some issues with Phineas as a hero worthy of the risks and sacrifices Isobel should suffer if their relationship were to be discovered.

    Another aspect to the story that I wish would have been explored more was Isobel’s relationship with her mother.  Her mother left her at a very young age to be with her lover and is led to believe by her father and her in-laws that she left her daughter without looking back and never trying to contact her.  Isobel fears becoming her mother, who was infamous for her lusty behavior, and vows to be a good mother to her son...something that she doesn’t feel she had from her own mother.  This history played a major part in who she has become, the choices that she has made, and how she presents herself to the Ton.  During the course of the story Isobel discovers that her mother didn’t completely abandon her like she was led to believe.  Her feelings are somewhat resolved, but I wish I would have known definitively if Isobel and her mother were able to reconcile after so many years apart.  There was a hint in the story that her mother may have already died, but I was never quite sure so this part of the story felt a little bit unfinished.  Since it played such a large part in her development I expected this discover to have a larger impact than it did.

    I mentioned earlier in the review that The Secrets of a Proper Countess has a great cast of villainous characters...and it does, almost too many of them, but in the end they all get what they deserve. Matter of fact their fate is all tied up in a pretty, almost over the top, bow.  However, I do feel that a more fitting ending to her in-laws would have been public humiliation and the poverty that they feared that led to their greedy and possessive behavior, but that’s just me and my vigilante justice :)  I also feel though that this would have allowed Isobel to finally confront her mother in law with all of the terrible things that she did to suppress and manipulate Isobel all for her own gain and greed.  Because Isobel didn’t get her moment of glory and triumph in a face to face confrontation with her mother in law, in essence owning her passions and personality and claiming all that is hers, I felt she was shortchanged and that her mother-in-law’s demise was too unsatisfying.

    Overall, I felt that The Secrets of a Proper Countess had amazing potential, and had a heroine that I absolutely loved.  She was complex and presented with situations that seemed insurmountable.  It had really vile villains that I thought were so deliciously bad you couldn’t believe all that they went to the lengths that they did.   But as I said before, the hero usually makes or breaks the story for me.  And in this book I didn’t think Phineas was worthy of his task as an agent of the Crown, nor was he worthy of Isobel and the chances she took to be with him. He was lackluster for me.  Add in the subplot with the kidnapping of the King which I thought could have been left out to the benefit of the story and it made a potentially great story, into one that disappointed me in a few important ways.   However, it appears that I am in the minority with my criticisms of the story,  because the book has received fairly positive reviews.  If you’ve read The Secrets of a Proper Countess I would love to know your thoughts.


    Ratings:

    Overall:  3.5 stars (Though it appears that I am in the minority with my criticisms since most other reviews give this book 4-5 stars....maybe I was in a nitpicky mood when reading it)

    Sensuality level:  3.25 stars  (a few passionate, but brief encounters.  pretty straight forward sexin' that is sure to satisfy some, and leave others wanting more)

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