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By Jillian Kent -
Dedicated to “everyone who has battled the twin demons of depression and doubt,” the author uses her background as a counselor for nursing ...Read Review
By Freda Lightfoot -
Rarely, in all my years of reviewing for the HNS, have I come across such a masterly historical romance with a brilliantly set ...Read Review
By Grace Burrowes -
The latest in the author’s connected series of Regency historical romances offers a credible romance between a pair of likeable but damaged ...Read Review
By Stephanie Laurens -
It is 1829, and Heather Cynster, aged 25 and in her fourth Season, is about to be put on the shelf. She is beautiful, willful, ...Read Review
By Rachel Moore -
It is 1944. We are in rural Cornwall during the weeks preceding and the months immediately following D-Day. Most local lads, including Tom, the ...Read Review
By Elizabeth Camden -
Daniel Tremain has not seen his childhood friend, Clara Endicott, since the day his father was killed in a horrific accident at a ...Read Review
By Dorothy Love -
In 1871, penniless Ada Wentworth journeys from her home in Boston to Hickory Ridge, Tennessee, to take up a position as a lady’s ...Read Review
By Mary Nichols -
Beginning in November 1920, this novel follows the life and struggles of Lydia Kirilova, who leaves Russia as a small child. As a member ...Read Review
By Liz Carlyle -
In the opening of the novel, it is London, 1837. Anais de Rohan is at the knee of her great-grandmother, Nonna Sofia, who is ...Read Review
By Nancy Moser -
Bestselling author Nancy Moser takes us to a grand and intriguing time in American history: the Gilded Age. Lucy Scarpelli, sister Sofia, and ...Read Review
Over the last 20 years The Historical Novels Review (the society's print magazine for our members) has published reviews of some 15,000 historical fiction books.
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