Posts Tagged ‘Reviews’

Website Updated!

Sunday, August 14th, 2016

See the newest updates including: new/revised FAQs, new Japanese and Slovak covers in Books in Translation, the latest reviewer praise for The Bedding Proposal and Happily Bedded Bliss, (The Rakes of Cavendish Square, Books #1 and #2), see the beautiful new book cover and find out more about my upcoming Regency historical release, Bedchamber Games (The Rakes of Cavendish Square, Book #3) coming March 7, 2017 (Pre-order now!). You can also enter my newest contest for a chance to win a fun prize!

Romantic Times 2012 Award Nominee!

Tuesday, November 6th, 2012

Great news! Her Highness and the Highlander is a 2012 RT Award Nominee for Best Historical Love and Laughter novel! The book also received a Romantic Times’ 4 1/2 Star TOP PICK review, calling it “Irresistible” with “as much charm and joy as every other one of Warren’s novels.”


Monday, November 5th, 2012

So fabulous! Eloisa James is featuring Her Highness and the Highlander in her November Barnes and Noble review column “Enchanted Refuge”! I hope you’ll check it out!

The Princess And The Peer is now available!

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

Attention, all! The wait is over. The Princess And The Peer (Book 1 in my new Princess Brides Trilogy) goes on sale today!

It’s my first title published with Signet/NAL and the start of an exciting, sensual, and, of course, romantic new trilogy about three school friends, who just happen to be princesses! Follow the royal adventures of Princesses Emma, Mercedes and Ariadne as each searches for her own perfect match––whether he turns out to be a charming prince or not!


Raves for The Princess And The Peer

Monday, April 2nd, 2012

The early reviews are in!  Reviewers and readers alike are praising The Princess And The Peer, Book 1 in my new Princess Brides Trilogy.

“Gracefully written and exquisitely sensual…the perfect literary fairy tale for any romance reader.”–Booklist

“A charming story!”–BookPage

“A completely delightful and magically romantic reading experience. Warren writes so well you feel like you are in the room experiencing [the story] as love blooms around you.” – The Reading Reviewer