I am dangerous in a B&N. I am giving “traditional” romances a try, particularly regencies. I’ve never read one in my life but there’s a first time for most things.
The book on the top, Sinful in Satin by Madeline Hunter, is so far very very good. I’ve only got to page sixteen but the writing is engaging. The first line: The funeral of a whore will be sparsely attended, no matter how celebrated and noble the whore’s patrons might have been. Love it.
Wicked Delights of the Bridal Bed looks like sheer, mindless fun and The Perfect Mistress by Victoria Alexander looks like it’s actually got a good plot. The rest are contemporary romances, with the exception of Mistress of the Game by Tilly Bagshawe. This book is based on a series started by Sidney Sheldon — and I lived on Sidney Sheldon as a teenager, so I’m curious to see if I still love those glammy stories.