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By Lynn Morris -
With the sudden death of her stepfather, the Earl of Maledon, young Valeria Segrave assumes responsibility for the family estate until her six-year-old ...Read Review
By Tessa Afshar -
Published 2014Published 2014-08-15
The Book of Ruth is a touching Biblical account of piety and devotion, following a young widow who accompanied her mother-in-law into a ...Read Review
By Kelli A. Wilkins -
In this romance novel, Kathleen’s money runs out as her stagecoach arrives at a frightening spot in the Michigan Territory. A lady ...Read Review
By Stephanie Laurens -
Confession time. Stephanie Laurens is my guilty pleasure. The romance is overblown, the heroines ‘spirited’ and the heroes – all in tightly fitting, Mr ...Read Review
By Jill Francis Hudson -
Published 2014Published 2014-03-21
When the ruling council controlling Sheba can’t decide who to appoint as the new queen, Tamrin, a wealthy and itinerant merchant, is ...Read Review
By Sherri Browning -
Published 2014Published 2014-06-03
Eve Kendal, a 25-year-old widow who deeply loved her husband, has returned to England after living in India for six years. The mysterious ...Read Review
By Theresa Romain -
In 1819, Michael Laywood, the Duke of Wyverne, realizes he has to throw in the towel and leave his beloved Lancashire for the teeming ...Read Review
By Isolde Martyn -
In the aftermath of the second battle of St Albans, two young noblewomen find themselves widowed. One is Katherine Neville, widow of the ...Read Review
By Hilary Green -
The story begins in 1955. EOKA (National Organisation of Cypriot Struggle) is launching a military campaign to unite the island with Greece and end ...Read Review
By Carla Kelly -
Published 2014Published c1990
It is spring in Scotland in 1810, and war widow Jeannie McVinnnie is struggling to maintain her spirits since the death of her husband. ...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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