Author Archives: Caitlyn Callery

About Caitlyn Callery

I have been a writer all my life. As well as Regency Romances, which I write as Caitlyn Callery, I also write stage plays, sketches and screenplays under the name Hilary Mackelden. I also have a weekly column in the Kent and Sussex Courier, and do publicity and PR for the charity, World In Need. I live in Sussex and love, (in alphabetical order) Ashdown Forest, my family, Jesus, reading and the sea.

Redeeming the Rogue Knight

I was given an advanced copy of this book and, since I’ve enjoyed Elisabeth Hobbes’ work before, I sat down with my cocoa, looking forward to the first couple of chapters before bed. At 2.30am, I turned the last page, … Continue reading

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Lord of Pleasure by Erica Ridley

I enjoyed Lord of Pleasure, though it took me some while to figure out why. I decided it’s because it is a charming story. I really felt for Lord Wainwright when I first met him. He couldn’t seem to do … Continue reading

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Lord of Chance by Erica Ridley

I have read several of Miss Ridley’s books. She writes in a no-nonsense, straightforward style that makes reading a joy. In “Lord of Chance” Tony is a wonderful hero. He is flawed, and in a terrible bind. I have to … Continue reading

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Rescued by the Warriner

The second Warriner book stayed with me longer than the first did. I really wanted it to go on so I could find out what happened next. We meet Cassie, our heroine, when she’s behaving in a totally inappropriate manner … Continue reading

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The Duke’s Unexpected Bride

I thoroughly enjoyed this, the second book I’ve read by Lara Temple. It all seemed so plausible – a companion, an over-indulged pug (that reminded me of Tricky Woo in the James Herriott series. Yes, I am that old.) There … Continue reading

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Another cracking read

Virginia Heath is fast becoming one of my favourite authors. In fact, if her name’s on the cover, I’ll buy the book. This story did not disappoint. All the ingredients are there for a cracking story. We have the penniless … Continue reading

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Medical Romance: the first one I’ve read

I’ve never read a medical romance before. This one wasn’t enough to put me off them, but of itself, it wouldn’t make me reach for another, either. The writing flowed nicely, and the hero was likeable and moreish, while the … Continue reading

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