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By Katie Stewart Stone -
While visiting a friend, Anabelle Milton receives the shattering news that both her parents have died suddenly, a distant cousin has inherited the ...Read Review
By Ronda Gibb Hinrichsen -
Aristocrat Mademoiselle Dacia de Prideaux faces the challenge of her life when in April 1789, her political activist brother is murdered. She is accused ...Read Review
By Melinda Sue Sanchez -
In Melinda Sue Sanchez’s historical romance novel, The Enemy Between Us, the reader gets to experience the devastating loss that war can ...Read Review
By Jennifer Moore -
Jennifer Moore takes a break from her popular Regency romance novels to pen a title for the new Romance on the Orient Express ...Read Review
By Thomas Fenske -
It’s 1859 in Galveston, Texas, and 13-year-old John “Jack” Benson, son of a man who is always drunk and hits him almost every ...Read Review
By Michelle Shocklee -
In racist Jim Crow Nashville, 1936, 23-year-old Lorena Leland’s family is in trouble. They still live in a grand house in a good ...Read Review
By Lori Benton -
It is 1793, and Ian Cameron has returned to Mountain Laurel, his uncle’s plantation in North Carolina, where he spent time as a ...Read Review
By Cecelia Holland -
A disillusioned Templar knight, an orphaned Arab boy, and a traumatized Jewish woman make up the core characters in this action-oriented saga. While ...Read Review
By Anneka R. Walker - By Carla Kelly - By Krista Lynne Jensen - By Sian Ann Bessey -
In this anthology of four Regency novellas set at Christmas, the protagonists all find unexpected happiness, despite adverse circumstances. In “Lord Blakely’s ...Read Review
By Joanna Barker -
When she saves a young girl from drowning, Rebecca Rowley encounters the child’s half-brother, naval lieutenant Nicholas Avery. Sparks fly, but despite ...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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