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By Jade Lee -
The fourth book in Lee’s Bridal Favors quartet focuses on Wendy Drew, co-owner of a women’s clothing store. Forced to work ...Read Review
By Mary Jane Staples -
The American War of Independence has been won, and reconciliation with Britain is the order of the day. Enter two sisters, Southern belles, ...Read Review
By Jennifer McQuiston -
For readers of historical romance who like a bit more romance, this is the novel to read. It features a sexy Scottish man ...Read Review
By Jessica Dotta -
Born of Persuasion, Jessica Dotta’s debut novel and the first in a planned trilogy, is set in mid-19th century England. When ...Read Review
By Brenda Novak -
Truman Stanhope, Earl of Druridge and owner of the colliery in Creswell, in the coal-mining region on the northeastern coast of England, readily ...Read Review
By Nikki Poppen -
Gannon Maddox, Earl of Camberly, has everything a gentleman of the ton needs except the money to support all the trappings of an ...Read Review
By Julia Quinn -
It’s early 19th-century London, and Lord Hugh Prentice may have ruined his leg, his friendship with Daniel Smythe-Smith, Earl of Winstead, and ...Read Review
By Laura Landon -
In Victorian-era England, fifteen-year-old Hannah is raped by a clergyman in a stable. In the morning, her father accusing her of “behaving wantonly,” ...Read Review
By Anne Stuart -
Twenty-eight-year-old Bryony Russell does not believe the accusations of embezzlement against her recently deceased father. Determined to find proof of his innocence, she ...Read Review
By Grace Burrowes -
Asher MacGregor, after spending years in the Canadian wilderness, returns to Victorian-era Scotland to a new life as the Earl of Balfour. Although ...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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