Here is their review: “Lady Roberta St. Giles has led a sheltered life and has very specific plans for the sedate married life she seeks. But Damon Reeve, the Earl of Gryffyn, has other plans for the young woman, who goes from a potential plaything to his beloved, even as she comes to see that he’s the one for her. Historic romance queen Eloisa James kicks off this new Georgian series by proving why she’s known for richly woven regency stories with an interesting cast of characters and delightfully witty dialogue, as Rosalyn Landor embraces it all and immerses you in the period and wraps you in their delicious spark.”
Entertainment Weekly has reviewed Wilde in Love in their October Hot Stuff article saying that “Wilde in Love delivers heavy doses of charm…”
Wilde in Love is listed as one of the “28 Books You Need to Read in 2017” by Cosmopolitan magazine!
Eloisa sat down to chat with Salon Magazine about consent and slut-shaming. You can read the full article on their website.