This was Kathleen Woodiwiss’ first romance, first published in 1972, and it’s still a gold standard. She set the bar … More Kathleen Woodiwiss’ THE FLAME AND THE FLOWER – Captivating Tale of a Sea Captain and the Woman he mistook for a Doxy—a Keeper!
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Jean Donet, comte de Saintonge Rogues Who Make Readers Sigh by Regan Walker I like my heroes to be alpha … More Rogues Who Make Readers Sigh
February is Pirates and Privateers month in which I feature books with love on the high seas! So let the … More Karen Robards’ DESIRE IN THE SUN – A Handsome Sea Captain, a Forbidden Love and a Tropical Isle—Formula for a Lasting Love!
My guest today is Gina Conkle, author of Viking and Georgian romances, some of which have been featured on Historical … More Guest Author Gina Conkle shares from her research on Vikings!
This is an unusual Viking tale set in Northeast England in 836 (the beginning) and Norway in 844. This is … More Julia Knight’s THE VIKING’S SACRIFICE – An Unusual Love Story of a Viking and a Saxon
This is the story of Miss Annis Wychwood, who, at twenty-nine, is independent and determined to live on her own. … More Georgette Heyer’s LADY OF QUALITY – Another Regency with Delightful Characters and a Splendid Heroine
Set in 10th century in Ireland and Greenland, this is the story of Yngveld Sveinsdatter whose father once contracted her … More Theresa Scott’s FORBIDDEN PASSION – Worthy Viking Tale with an Irish Hero
Set at the outset of the American Revolution, beginning in December 1773, this is the story of Ian MacGregor, who … More Nora Roberts’ IN FROM THE COLD – Brilliant Christmas Story of a Scot and an Irish Lass on the eve of the American Revolution… A Keeper!
Proctor has delivered an enthralling romance set “down under,” on that mysterious island country, Tasmania, lying south of Australia. Set … More Candice Proctor’s WHISPERS OF HEAVEN – Tasmania and Love in the 19th Century—a Great Story with a Wonderful Heroine!
This Regency (no date given) was my first book by St. John and I loved it. She writes with a … More Becca St. John’s SUMMERTON – Wonderfully Complex Mystery and Fabulous Love Story
Set in London in 1815, this is the story of Lady Amelia Pembroke, a very organized woman of 29 who … More Erica Ridley’s THE VISCOUNT’S CHRISTMAS TEMPTATION – Amazing Heroine in a Delightful Christmas Tale
December is the month where I share my favorite heroes and heroines from the romance novels on my best lists. … More Shirl Henke’s BROKEN VOWS – Superb Storytelling and an Irish Hunk to Love!
Set in Brittany in 1871, this is the story of Lord Edward Tremaine, an Englishman summoned to the Chateau Morvan … More Lillian Marek’s LORD EDWARD’S MYSTERIOUS TREASURE – Romance and Treasure Hunt in Victorian France
ENTWINED: Wonderful 1st in Regency Spy Series! This is the first in a trilogy of Regency romances that involves spies … More Emma Jensen’s Wonderful Trilogy of Spy Romances
Set 1871 in England and Scotland (bracketed by scenes from Texas and Colorado) this is the story of Rafford Jessup … More Kaki Warner’s WHERE THE HORSES RUN – Great Western Historical—and this one has Victorian England & Scotland, too!
Set in 1865, this is the story of Helena Duncombe, Lady Chauncey, a courtesan married to a violent, abusive man. … More Moriah Densley’s BEAUTY AND THE SPYMASTER – Intriguing Victorian Novella
Set in Wales, beginning in 1280, this is the story of Ranulf Ombrier, King Edward I’s favorite killer, famous for … More Elizabeth Kingston’s THE KING’S MAN – Rich in History, a Great Medieval Romance!
Set in England in 1153, this is the story of Helena of Lystanwold, whose uncle has fallen out with King … More Sarah Hegger’s THE BRIDE GIFT – An Unwanted Marriage Turns to Love
First released under the title Falcon on the Wind, the story is set in Scotland in 1294 and tells of … More Shelly Thacker’s HIS STOLEN BRIDE – French Noblewoman Abducted by a Highland Chief
Set in 1143, when England was torn apart by the war between King Stephen and Matilda, King Henry I’s only … More Mary Jo Putney’s UNCOMMON VOWS – A Worthy Tale from 12th Century England
I’m finishing the month with a classic Regency, Judith McNaught’s first novel, which she wasn’t able to sell it until … More Judith McNaught’s WHITNEY MY LOVE – Great Story with a Mean Cad Hero
Set sometime in the Regency (since mad King George is referred to), this is the story of Silver St. Clair, … More Christina Skye’s COME THE NIGHT – Compelling Tale of a Tortured Highwayman and the Innocent who Stole his Heart
Set in 1816, beginning in Paris, this is the story of master forger Sabine de la Tour who worked for … More K.C. Bateman’s A COUNTERFEIT HEART – A Spy and a Forger Find Love in Regency England
This is the first of Kleypas’ Bow Street Runners trilogy. Though a date for the stories is not given, since … More Lisa Kleypas’ SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME – Bow Street Runner Mistakes the Heroine for a Courtesan
September is Georgian and Regency Romances month on Historical Romance Review and I’m starting with one by an author whose … More Shirlee Busbee’s LOVERS FOREVER – Smugglers, Mystery and Amnesia!