Loving Rose: the Redemption of Malcolm Sinclair (Stephanie Laurens) - I honestly didn't remember who Malcolm Sinclair was, although as I was reading I knew I should know him. It had been a long time since I read any Laurens, and I think this one may have reignited my love of Laurens.
Netherwood (Jane Sanderson) - This one has a sticker on the front saying "For fans of Downton Abbey" (or something like that). It's set prior to the Downton era (Edwardian era, late 1890s), and very far from what's going on in London, but I'm really quite enjoying it. The working class aspect of the story is less likely for this genre, but I really appreciate it.
The Kingmaker's Daughter (Philippa Gregory) - Oh, my. I do NOT agree with Gregory's view of Anne Neville in this book. On the other hand, having read the first three books in this sequence, I suspect the genius of Gregory is her ability to get inside the skin of her major characters - because Jaquetta in Lady of the Rivers and Margaret Beaufort in The Red Queen are the same. I'm looking forward to The White Princess now.
The Tempting of Thomas Carrick (Stephanie Laurens) - There's at least one Cynster I've missed (By Winter's Light) which apparently contains the first meeting of Thomas Carrick and his feted partner, Lucinda Cynster, daughter of Catriona, the Lady of the Vale. Lucinda is awesome, and kickass, and Thomas gets there eventually.