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By Grace Burrowes -
Though Lady Louisa Windham has suitors, she can’t imagine marrying any of them—especially Lionel Honiton, a dandy who seems more concerned ...Read Review
By Samantha Grace -
When is a widow not a widow? When she is mistaken for one, since she is wearing mourning clothes. This confusion sets the ...Read Review
By Amanda Forester -
A sealed missive orders Morrigan McNab’s brother to kill the bishop. In his absence, the task falls to her. If she fails, ...Read Review
By Mary Wine -
Clarissa of York, illegitimate daughter of Edward IV, is sent to Scotland as a gift for King James. But it wouldn’t be ...Read Review
Lady Maggie Windham, the illegitimate daughter of the Duke of Moreland, was adopted by her father and taken in as a member of ...Read Review
In this Regency novel, the widowed Lady Amelia Audley returns to London after a two-year absence. She is accompanied by her trusted and ...Read Review
In this light Regency romance, Lana encounters a rake named Lord Andrew Forest, who rescues her after she falls out of a window ...Read Review
By Leigh Greenwood -
A Polish prince on the Texas borderlands of the 1870s provides plenty of fish-out-of water humor and action in this romance. A veteran ...Read Review
By Dora Levy Mossanen -
We know Tsarina Alexandra’s lady-in-waiting was with the Romanov family at the time of their assassination in 1918. Mossanen has used this historical ...Read Review
By Susanna Kearsley -
Published 1994Published 2009Published 2012
For fans of time travel and reincarnation-themed historical fiction, this 1993 Catherine Cookson Fiction Award winner will be excitedly welcomed back as a Sourcebooks ...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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