Aug 2, 2021
Hey HBs! This week we’ve got a fabulously bonkers historical romance, Duke of Sin by Elizabeth Hoyt. There’s a fancy blackmail-loving duke who’s been living in the walls of his house, a housekeeper who’s moonlighting in personal espionage, dick-out murders, wrist licking, kidnapping, exhibitionist baths, and SO MUCH MORE.
Big Content Warnings: child abuse (sexual, physical, and emotional), rape, pedophilia, animal abuse, and murder.
Bonus Content: dusty velvet bows, our adoration for a fancy man, HB's first Admiration Boner, and England Times Lanyards, to name a few.
Erin: Cats. They’re for petting and loving and companionship and laughing at them when they try and catch a laser pointer. They’re not for murder.
Melody: bonkers books in general. Get your romance friends together and rec some bonkerstown bananas books to each other. They feed the soul!
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