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By Mary Ellis -
The traditional storyline of a romance blossoming between a Confederate and a Unionist is made unique in this novel, with Emily working with ...Read Review
By Roberta Kells Dorr -
Published (c1995)Published 2014
In this biblical novel featuring the first patriarch and matriarch, Abraham and Sarah, the author glazes over the accepted storyline in Genesis but ...Read Review
By Evelyn Price -
Winner of an Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award in the Romance category, this romance set in London in the 1830s pairs up a wealthy (...Read Review
By Christy English -
Angelique Beauchamp, ship owner and spirited widow, is the talk of the ton, dallying with whomever she pleases. Previously abandoned, Angelique vows never ...Read Review
By Laurin Wittig -
Highlander Betrayed begins as Nicholas Fitz Hugh, spy for Edward I, accepts a mission to steal the Highland Targe, an item reputed to ...Read Review
By Joan Aiken -
Published 2014Published c1984
This welcome reprint of Joan Aiken’s 1984 sequel to Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park tells the story of Fanny’s younger sister, Susan, ...Read Review
By Miralee Ferrell -
They say time heals all wounds, but the last 17 years have done little to ease the pain of Beth Roberts’ past. She had ...Read Review
By Elizabeth Hoyt -
The Duke of Wakefield is a tortured soul who spends his nights posing as the Ghost of St. Giles, seeking his revenge on ...Read Review
By Beverly Jenkins -
This second book in the Destiny series focuses on Andrew Yates in 1885 San Francisco, who sows his last oats with his favorite prostitute, ...Read Review
By Liana LeFey -
Set in 1740, this lively romance has an intriguing plot of cross-purposes as Lady Victoria Lennox tries to escape her sister’s over-zealous vigilance. ...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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