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By Mary Balogh -
First in the Bedwyn family series set in Regency England, Slightly Married examines the passionate life of Colonel Lord Aidan Bedwyn, a cool, ...Read Review
Lady Freyja Bedwyn is twenty-five years old, unmarried, unconventional, energetic, and possessed of a face that can be described as handsome, at best. ...Read Review
Another entry in the Bedwyn series, Slightly Wicked is the story of Rannulf and his lady love, Judith, who has been sent to ...Read Review
By Katherine Kingsley -
A delightful romance set in Regency England, Song from the Sea has all the classic Regency elements: a winsome heroine and a brooding ...Read Review
By Shannon Donnelly -
This pleasant romance takes place almost exclusively on country estates during the Regency period. The primary interaction takes place between an independent, intelligent ...Read Review
By Gaelen Foley -
While running away from home Lady Jacinda Knight encounters handsome outlaw, Billy Blade, who is in fact Lord William Albright, Earl of Rackford ...Read Review
By Victoria Malvey -
In 1817, Harriet Nash is living a relatively independent life in London with her two aunts. One aunt is a cheerful, matchmaking widow; the ...Read Review
By Julia Ross -
Ross takes the reader into the world of the Regency rake, specifically that of Alden Granville-Strachan, Viscount Gracechurch. A younger son who has ...Read Review
By Jo Beverley -
Lady Anne Peckworth was content to lead a sheltered life on her family’s estate in England until her younger sister wished to ...Read Review
By Laura Parker -
Author Laura Parker positions her characters like pieces in chess. Plotting is her strength, and structure of each sentence is sound. She has ...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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