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.

Let your charity know you still want them to keep in touch

A new law comes into force in May, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and it’s going to have quite an impact on charities. On the whole, GDPR is a good thing. From May, any organisation that stores your data … Continue reading

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Release the sequels sooner, please!

The Major Meets His Match by Annie Burrows What a delightful read this was! We had a heroine who was spirited, but refreshingly so, not just irritatingly stubborn, plus a hero infuriating in his constant need to tease her. Their … Continue reading

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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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