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By Sabrina Jeffries -
Niall and Brilliana are in love, but when he asks her to accompany him to the Continent after he kills someone in a ...Read Review
By Monica McCarty -
Margaret MacDowell is about to wed an Englishman in 1313. But a figure steps forward to halt the ceremony: her husband, Eoin MacLean, the ...Read Review
By Sabrina Jeffries -
Book two of the Sinful Suitors Regency series deals with the romance between Lady Clarissa Lindsey and Edwin, Earl of Blakeborough. They seem ...Read Review
By Candace Camp -
Candace Camp’s Enraptured, set in 1807, is the final book in the Secrets of the Loch series, and she hooks you with archeology ...Read Review
By Kate Noble -
In The Game and the Governess the earl switched places with his secretary, and both fell in love. Discovering that one’s love ...Read Review
By Meredith Duran -
Kit Stratton, Viscount Palmer, is a war hero and eligible society bachelor in late Victorian England. Lilah Marshall is an Everleigh Girl, an ...Read Review
By Karen Hawkins -
Set in 19th-century Scotland during what appears to be the time of the Napoleonic Wars, The Prince and I is the second installment ...Read Review
By Candace Camp - By Karen Hawkins - By Meredith Duran - By Sabrina Jeffries -
Each year I look forward to reading some of the many holiday-set romance books put out by publishers. An offer to review What ...Read Review
London, 1886. This fourth book of a series opens after a prologue shows Catherine Everleigh’s privileged childhood and Nick O’Shea’s very ...Read Review
By Jane Feather -
France and England, 1794-1795. Lady Hermione Fanshawe and William Ducasse, Viscount St. Aubery, meet in jail and put themselves in grave danger as ...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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