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By Erin Knightley -
Regency romances are wonderful escapism, but sometimes they get repetitive. If you’re looking for something a bit out of the ordinary, The ...Read Review
By Heather Snow -
When Liliana Claremont was a child, her father was attacked and murdered, leaving her orphaned. Though she carries on his legacy as a ...Read Review
By Patricia Rice -
Blake Montague is the brilliant, but socially challenged, third son of a wealthy aristocratic family. He wants to buy his colors as an ...Read Review
By Naomi Bellis -
Gabriel d’Aubrigny, Chevalier de Lesgardes, finds himself returning to England after living through the years of the Revolution in France, but unfortunately, ...Read Review
By Allison Chase -
With a title like this, I should have known. The main characters, Nora Thornegoode, ruined for society by her painting teacher, and Grayson ...Read Review
By Jeane Westin -
A case of mistaken identity leads Meriel St. Thomas into a world of courtly intrigue and sensual delights she never thought possible. Orphaned ...Read Review
By Cheryl Sawyer -
Sawyer delivers up a broad canvas of love and war set against the backdrop of the early years of England’s Civil War. ...Read Review
By Lydia Joyce -
Former pickpocket and secret murderess Maggie King has run afoul of London’s most notorious criminal. She and her “chavies,” the motley group ...Read Review
By Pam Rosenthal -
By 1817, Kit Stansell has survived the Napoleonic Wars and is ready to return to England and begin a career in the Home Office. ...Read Review
By Jeane Westin -
At the start of Westin’s lively Restoration romp, Lady Katherne Lindsay suffers the indignities common to a poor and dependent relation. One ...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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