Red Pump Romance Reviews

NEW Red Pump Final2Not having read Miss Lorret before, I decided to take the time and start with book #1, Daring Miss Danvers. Start with a bit of sassy romance, add in a murder mystery, along with the authors wit and charm, and you get a great start to a wonderful series.

Book #2, Winning Miss Wakefield, includes a jilted/ruined wallflower, a vowed-to-remain-single rogue, and a scheme to bring the wallflower’s ‘true love’ back to her.

Finding Miss McFarland is the third novel in the Wallflower Wedding Series and the best of them all! Delaney is determined to marry for money, which shouldn’t be difficult given the sizeable dowry she brings to the table, despite the ‘incident’ at her debut ball. Her goal is independence and freedom – a marriage in ‘name only’. When Mr. Croft overhears her proposition to a notorious rake, he decides to step in. Fate seems to be on his side and the more they ‘happen’ to run into each other, the more he realizes that she could be the perfect solution to his own situation.

There’s a reason why Miss Lorret is on the USA Today bestseller list!  She does a great job of developing characters, as well as a secondary storyline that creates the perfect setup for her series. Her stories are full of sexy banter, deep emotion, and unexpected twists & turns. These are quick, ‘can’t put it down’ reads that will leave you warm and tingly. I’m glad I started at the beginning and read all three. At just $1.99 each, I suggest you start at the beginning, too. I can’t wait to read her newest trilogy, The Rakes of Fallow Hall, coming 2015!

5 Red Pumps

The full Wallflower Wedding Series gets FIVE Red Pumps!


Delaney McFarland is on the hunt for a husband—preferably one who needs her embarrassingly large dowry more than a dutiful wife. After the unspeakable incident at her debut, Delaney knows marrying for love is off the table, but a marriage of convenience—one that leaves her free to live the life she chooses—is the next best thing, never mind what that arrogant, devilishly handsome Mr. Croft thinks. Delaney plans to marry for money … or not at all.

Ever since the fiery redhead burst into his life—in a most memorable way—Griffin Croft hasn’t been able to get Miss McFarland out of his mind. Now, with the maddening woman determined to hand over her fortune to a rake, Griffin knows he must step in. He must help her. He must not kiss her. But when Griffin’s noble intentions flee in a moment of unexpected passion, his true course becomes clear: tame Delaney’s wild heart and save her from a fate worse than death … a life without love.


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Author Info

I fell in love with fairy tales and the romance behind happily ever after at a very young age. Like a lot of you, I tweaked the fables bit by bit in my imagination until they suited me perfectly. By the time I was eleven, a teacher encouraged me to start writing.

Throughout the years that followed, my teachers remained my most fervent supporters, giving me the tools I needed to continue my journey as a writer.

My husband and I have two teenage boys, who are heroes in their own right. For now, we live in a small Midwestern town near Lake Michigan…until a time in the future when a new adventure calls us to other shores.

I am currently working on my next novel, but I always enjoy hearing from my readers. Feel free to email me at

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2 thoughts on “Red Pump Romance Reviews

  1. I’ve adored these fantasy historical romances for years…and I am still addicted to them. They relax me, they make me giggle, they make me feel good, and I sleep better at night after having read one. So I’m glad you write these wonderful love stories, Vivienne! Thanks for the post.

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