Cathie Morton

Biography

I'm a reader of romance. I love reading historical, paranormal, fantasy, erotic and just about any genre in romance! I too enjoy reading historical mystery series and urban fantasy. I'm starting to get into more of historical fiction and enjoy it immensely!

On my blog, I love to chat and reviews my reads as well as attending author and publisher chats

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Smashwords book reviews by Cathie Morton

  • Betrayal on Sep. 08, 2010

    I was captivated by this author's writing voice for this story, BETRAYAL. Bri and Adam's adventures through this book was gripping. It was so much that I didn't expect, and had me so much appreciate this story for its unique theme that's not often explored in Regency romances, the darker side of that time period. We often read the stories (which I love) with the balls, the gossiping ladies in society, the tea parties and the like. So when I did a search for more historical romances to read here at Smashwords, I found Ms. Grant's books and figured this was first in the one word title series of Regency Romances by going by the date they came out. I've since got the other stories, that I believe, are other characters that come up in the books to connect them (I'm not sure but assuming this). Reading BETRAYAL kept me glued to the pages from start to finish. Bri has a past that I so came to understand her more from all she experienced through life. I so looked up to Adam for all he did for her and the love that grew between them as the story grew. I so look forward to more from this author. All the different sides of Regency settings.
  • Betrayal on Sep. 08, 2010

    I was captivated by this author's writing voice for this story, BETRAYAL. Bri and Adam's adventures through this book was gripping. It was so much that I didn't expect, and had me so much appreciate this story for its unique theme that's not often explored in Regency romances, the darker side of that time period. We often read the stories (which I love) with the balls, the gossiping ladies in society, the tea parties and the like. So when I did a search for more historical romances to read here at Smashwords, I found Ms. Grant's books and figured this was first in the one word title series of Regency Romances by going by the date they came out. I've since got the other stories, that I believe, are other characters that come up in the books to connect them (I'm not sure but assuming this). Reading BETRAYAL kept me glued to the pages from start to finish. Bri has a past that I so came to understand her more from all she experienced through life. I so looked up to Adam for all he did for her and the love that grew between them as the story grew. I so look forward to more from this author. All the different sides of Regency settings.
  • Lord Protector on Oct. 17, 2010
    (no rating)
    This is missing the Kindle download Can it be put up thanks
  • Intentions of the Earl (Regency Historical Romance) on April 11, 2011

    This was a joy to read! It made for one of those comfort reads that just felt so good reading Andrew and Brooke's romance, their adventures, trials and laughter. This one is staying within me a long time. And just a awesome price that I so appreciate! Thanks for the beautiful read!
  • Desperate Measures (A Regency Short Story) on June 18, 2011

    I adore traditional regency romances and too have so enjoy Candice Hern's full novels and thrilled to see these traditional regencies available which she has here at Smashwords and I have more to enjoy reading. Lydia Bettridge and Geoffrey Danforth were a delight to read! I so enjoyed Lydia and too how Geoffrey does take to her! As a free read, thank you!
  • How I Met My Husband: The Real-Life Love Stories of 25 Romance Authors on June 26, 2012

    Just beautiful to read these Romance authors own stories of how they found their HEA (Happily Ever After) Made me think of mine all over again and telling my children the story. Great comfort reading!
  • Oak Trees with Pink Leaves on July 12, 2012

    It did make for a good historical romance. I almost skipped over it because of the picture and not a cover, thinking that it may not have been worth to read. So I'm thinking others may be skipping over this because of the cover, so I recommend that one be put on, fitting as a historical romance, with the title and author, etc.