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By Lisa Berne -
Third in the Penhallow Dynasty series, Berne’s The Bride Takes a Groom is a romance set in the northeast of England in ...Read Review
By Megan Frampton -
Bennett, Lord Carson, is supposed to be looking for a wife, but after earlier disappointments he is understandably gun shy, despite his reputation ...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
By Sarah MacLean -
In this sensual romance set in 1837 London, a dashing rogue named Devil, benevolent crime lord and King of Covent Garden, meets his match ...Read Review
By Karen Ranney -
1864, seven years after the Manipora Massacre, finds former soldier Adam Drummond in London, working for the shadowy branch of the War Office known ...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 Joanna Shupe -
Eva Hyde dreams of establishing herself as an architect and not just living under her famous father’s shadow. With three dead fiancé...Read Review
By Molly Green -
Maxine Taylor never wanted to be a nurse. That was her mother’s ambition, which Maxine felt obliged to fulfil because her ne’...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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