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By Christina Dodd -
Exiled and hiding from revolutionaries in a Scottish convent for ten years, the winter of 1810 finds Crown Princess Sorcha determined to return to ...Read Review
By Eloisa James -
Josie, the last of the four Essex sisters, is worried. All of her sisters are beautiful. She feels that she is the ugly ...Read Review
By Stephanie Laurens -
The 6th Earl of Crowhurst, Gervase Tregarth, has problems. There have been a series of strange incidents at Crowhurst Castle, near Falmouth, each ...Read Review
By Eloisa James -
Published 2005Published 2006
The Essex sisters, beautiful Scottish orphans, are the toast of Regency London. The second sister, Annabel, intends to use the Season to find ...Read Review
By Shirley Karr -
If you are a regular reader of historical romance novels, you’ve probably encountered this plot before. Karr’s storyline is not new, ...Read Review
By Margo Maguire -
Maguire writes a rich medieval tale about Kathryn de St. Marie, a young woman in 11th century England who lives a chaste life ...Read Review
By Kathryn Caskie -
One of the astounding things about the Royle sisters is that they are fraternal triplets. Another is their mission to prove the Prince ...Read Review
By Robyn DeHart -
Meg Piddington found herself locked in the storeroom of her father’s confectionery with Gareth Mandeville, a handsome factory worker. There was a ...Read Review
By Donna Fletcher -
In mid-19th century Scotland, a poor person in trouble with the law didn’t have much hope of escaping a hard prison ...Read Review
By Shana Galen -
Set in pre-Regency England, No Man’s Bride begins a series about the amorous adventures of four friends who have sworn never to ...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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