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By Jen Turano -
This inspirational romance takes place in New York City in 1881. Felicia Murdock has spent the last four years suppressing her natural taste for ...Read Review
By Liz Carlyle -
When a riding accident lands a man in her home suffering from temporary amnesia, Kate, Lady d’Allenay, finds herself physically attracted to ...Read Review
By Lorna Seilstad -
Charlotte Gregory is ready to change the world. A recent graduate of Fannie Farmer’s School of Cookery, Charlotte is determined to improve ...Read Review
By Mona Hodgson -
The Quilted Heart is three novellas in one book, each telling the story of a different woman who is part of a St. ...Read Review
By Tessa Dare -
In the first of her Castles Ever After series, the author pokes fun at a whole range of conventions beloved in Regency and ...Read Review
By Sharon Biggs Waller -
Waller’s young adult historical romance novel takes us first to France in 1909, where 17-year-old Victoria Darling poses nude for her art class ...Read Review
By Jessica Dotta -
Following some dreadful incidents, 18-year-old Julia escapes the clutches of evil Mr. Macy and seeks refuge at Maplecroft, the vast estate of her ...Read Review
By Jill Eileen Smith -
Jacob, with the help of his mother, has stolen the blessing that should have gone to his brother, Esau. Jacob, cursed by Esau, ...Read Review
By R J Lynch -
As overseer to Lord Ravenshead, James Blakiston is a busy man, but not too busy to take the time to solve the mystery ...Read Review
By Teresa Grant -
In 1817, the Napoleonic wars are over, but former British intelligence agent Malcolm Rannoch and his wife, Suzanne, can’t resist the allure of ...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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