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By Josi S. Kilpack -
England, 1822. Lord Elliott Mayfield has decided that, with the help of his wealth, he will guide his nephews and nieces towards responsible marriages. ...Read Review
By Julie McElwain -
FBI agent Kendra Donovan has somehow slipped back in time to Regency England. This, the third in the series of ‘In Time’ mysteries, ...Read Review
By Katherine J. Chen -
The Austen continuation genre has gained another literary take with this debut novel focused on the character of Mary Bennet. The story begins ...Read Review
By Marty Ambrose -
In 1873, Claire Clairmont recounts her life with Percy Shelley, Mary Shelley, and Lord Byron (George Gordon) back in 1816. William Michael Rossetti appears to ...Read Review
By Sophie Jordan -
Indignant at the fate that awaits a young woman being sold at a wife auction, Marcus, Duke of Autenberry, buys her for the ...Read Review
This Regency sequel shifts attention to Lenora, the sister whose engagement was broken off in The Vicar’s Daughter. Embarrassed and humiliated by ...Read Review
By Carolyn Miller -
In 1816 England, estates were usually entailed to male heirs. Therefore, when Lord Walter Winthrop died without male heirs, everything went to a distant ...Read Review
By Cat Sebastian -
Alistair de Lacey, eighth Marquis of Pembroke, is a model of propriety. Why, then, does he find himself so unaccountably attracted to a ...Read Review
By Sophie Barnes -
1818. Lady Juliette Matthews is not just a pretty face with a recent fortune at her disposal: she wants to fund assistance for those ...Read Review
By Lenora Bell -
The second in the School for Dukes series follows the adventures of Lady India Rochester, sister of the hero in What a Difference ...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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