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By Connie Brockway - By Eloisa James - By Julia Quinn -
What do you get when three Great Ladies of Romance unite their talents in one book? Pure enjoyment! A follow-up to the authors’ ...Read Review
By Loretta Chase -
Sophy Noirot and her two sisters own Maison Noirot, the finest dressmaker’s shop in London. The problem is, few people in the ...Read Review
By MAYA RODALE -
Eliza Fielding is one of the London Weekly’s famous Writing Girls—a group of women who, quite scandalously, write for one of ...Read Review
By Eloisa James -
March 18, 1809, is a day that James Ryburn will remember as his Ides of March because that is the day his father ordered him ...Read Review
By Stephanie Laurens -
Fans of the Regency romance enjoy a classic love story, sensual play between hero and heroine, and favorite historical elements of the era. ...Read Review
By Liz Carlyle -
The St. James Society, a gentleman’s club in mid-19th-century London, is in reality a cover for the Fraternitas Aureae Crucis (FAC), ...Read Review
By Brandy Purdy - By Emily Purdy -
This is the tale of the classic, often-imagined love triangle between Robert and Amy Dudley and Elizabeth Tudor. The story opens on the ...Read Review
By Katharine Ashe -
The Falcon Club – a top-secret spy ring using an exclusive gentleman’s club as a front in 1816 London – is about to lose one ...Read Review
By Cathy Maxwell -
What is you were obliged to marry to carry on your family name, but cursed to die if you fell in love with ...Read Review
By Julia Quinn -
When Daniel Smythe-Smith, the young Earl of Winstead, returns home after seven years, he has plans to reunite with his family and repair ...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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