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By Candice Hern -
Gabriel, the Marquess of Thayne, has just returned from India and is out to view potential debutantes for a possible future wife. Meanwhile, ...Read Review
By Jeane Westin -
The irresistibly beautiful Lady Anne Gascoigne is anxious to marry the charming, powerful Earl of Waverby and at last be rid of ...Read Review
London, March 1813. As a member of the perfectly respectable Benevolent Widows Fund, Marianne Nesbitt has played the role of a perfectly respectable widow ...Read Review
By Barbara Metzger -
“Cap’n Jack” Endicott is the younger brother of Alexander “Ace” Chalfont Endicott, the Earl of Carde. Back from the Peninsular Wars, ...Read Review
By Cheryl Sawyer -
In her latest work, Sawyer (The Chase) charts the conflicted relationship between an aristocratic British intelligence officer and a beauty loyal to ...Read Review
By Amanda McCabe -
Katerina Bruni is the daughter of Venice’s most elite courtesan, and is being groomed to follow in her mother’s footsteps. However, ...Read Review
By Cheryl Sawyer -
With her latest release, Cheryl Sawyer solidifies her reputation for romance that weds emotional conflict and historical events. As Napoleon Bonaparte escapes Elba, ...Read Review
Leonore Roncival has been the maitre of San Stefan, a small Caribbean fortress of privateers, since her father’s recent death. Intent on ...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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