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By Diana Quincy -
In this diverse Regency romance, Leela, the widowed Lady Devon, is stranded at an inn near her former estate one stormy evening. She’...Read Review
By Clare Marchant -
In 1541, in a tower in her home in Norfolk, England, Eleanor pens a shaky note in her prayerbook pleading for aid for her ...Read Review
By Lenora Bell -
Lady Beatrice Bentley is trying to work on her etymological dictionary, but finds herself distracted by the sounds of renovations to her brother’...Read Review
By Eloisa James -
1781. As stepdaughter to the Duke of Lindow, Violet Astley does not consider herself a ‘real’ Wilde, despite the fact that the rest of ...Read Review
By Caroline Linden -
1787. Bianca Tate has no interest in marriage. She is a talented glazer at the successful pottery owned by her father, but when he ...Read Review
By Molly Green -
The second in Green’s The Victory Sisters series, this wartime saga has Suzanne Linfoot, a talented violinist, joining the Entertainments National Service ...Read Review
By Eva Leigh -
Jessica McGale is a farmer’s daughter and lady’s companion, but she aspires to more, primarily the rescue of McGale and McGale, ...Read Review
By Gill Paul -
Jackie and Maria explores the eponymous two women and their connection through the millionaire philanderer, Aristotle Onassis. The narrative is divided into two ...Read Review
By Scarlett Peckham -
For those who don’t read Regency, The Rakess is a gender-flipped invention, a feminine form of rakehell, a person who drinks hard, ...Read Review
By Christy Carlyle -
1848. Years ago, Rhys Forester broke Arabella Prescott’s heart. Since then, he has pursued a life of dissipation and self-indulgence, while she remained ...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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