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By Gillian Bagwell -
Jane Lane, daughter of an affluent Royalist family during Cromwell’s Commonwealth, longed for adventure over respectable marriage. This she found when the ...Read Review
By Mary Ellen Dennis -
The Greatest Love on Earth is a lusty, adventure-packed romance set against the backdrop of late 1800s circus life. The heroine is 17-year-old ...Read Review
By Susan May Warren -
Set in the famously extravagant Gilded Age of New England, Heiress tells the story of the Price sisters, Esme and Jinx, who could ...Read Review
By Eve Edwards -
The Rogue’s Princess is the third in a series of Tudor romances, and this particular story is set in the London of 1586. ...Read Review
By Kathleen Herbert -
Set in the 1670s, against a backdrop of the political and economic unrest which led to the Monmouth Rebellion, Moon in Leo is ...Read Review
By Beth Elliott -
The novel opens with alternate chapters depicting the very different lives of the two main characters. First we have the dissolute and bored ...Read Review
By Stephanie Grace Whitson -
In May 1869, a protected, privileged, and recently orphaned young lady from St. Louis, Missouri, Miss Fannie Rousseau, heads west on a steamboat, with ...Read Review
By Laura Frantz -
After a failed romance, Roxanna Rowan leaves her genteel Virginia life and travels to the wild Kentucky frontier of 1779. She plans to join ...Read Review
By Ann H. Gabhart -
In The Blessed, Gabhart continues her delightful Christian romances set in the Shaker community of Harmony Hill in the mid-19th century. Isaac ...Read Review
By Karen Witemeyer -
In 1887, after serving three horrific years in the stone quarries for killing a man in a boxing match, Levi Grant is trying to ...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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