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December 17, 2017

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Books, Movies & Music : Historical Romance

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Historical Romance

 

Here are some of our favorite historical romance writers and their books from many different time periods, along with some suggestions for further reading.

 

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The Seduction of Elliot McBride

The Seduction of Elliot McBride
Ashley, Jennifer

Jennifer Ashley’s steamy Highlander romances feature charming and intriguing characters in evocative Regency-era Scotland. Also try: Margo Maguire, Karen Hawkins, Katharine Ashe and Grace Burrowes ("The Bridegroom Wore Plaid").


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The Proposal: A Novel

The Proposal: A Novel
Balogh, Mary

Mary Balogh’s Regency romances sparkle with wit, lush period details and charming characters. Also try: Lisa Kleypas (Hathaway series), Victoria Alexander, Juliana Gray (Affairs by Moonlight trilogy) and Samantha Grace (Beau Monde Bachelor series).


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Never Seduce A Scot

Never Seduce A Scot
Banks, Maya

Maya Banks writes sexy, lively Highlander romances highlighting loyalty and clan relationships set in vivid medieval Scotland ("In Bed with a Highlander"). Also try: Amanda Scott, Paula Quinn, Amanda Forester, Heather Grothaus, Monica McCarty, Margaret Mallory and Mary Wine.


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A Scandalous Countess

A Scandalous Countess
Beverley, Jo

Jo Beverley’s fast-paced, racy Georgian romances are taut with sexual chemistry and nuanced, witty characters. Also try: Julia London (Secrets of Hadley Green series), Elizabeth Hoyt (Maiden Lane series), Jane Feather (Blackwater Brides series) and Elizabeth Essex (Reckless Brides series).


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Under the Summer Sky

Under the Summer Sky
Copeland, Lori

Lori Copeland’s Christian romances are homespun, heartwarming and inspirational stories that unfold at a leisurely pace. Also try: Leigh Greenwood, Lauraine Snelling (Daughters of Blessing series), Janette Oke, Kim Vogel Sawyer and Tamera Alexander.


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The Husband List

The Husband List
Evanovich, Janet

Janet Evanovich’s fast-paced, upbeat and fun style works well in her late Victorian-era romance, "The Husband List," written with Dorien Kelly and set in 1890s New York. Also try: Sherry Thomas, Kat Martin (Bride trilogy) and Madeline Hunter.


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The Last Renegade

The Last Renegade
Goodman, Jo

Jo Goodman writes Western romances featuring atmospheric frontier settings, compellingly independent women, rough yet responsible cowboys and simmering sexuality. Also try: Lori Austin, Sarah McCarty (Hell’s Eight series), Joan Johnston and Nancy J. Parra.


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The Grand Sophy

The Grand Sophy
Heyer, Georgette

Georgette Heyer writes delightfully clever Regency comedies of manners in a style similar to Jane Austen. Try "Bath Tangle" and "The Grand Sophy." Also try: Marion Chesney, Elizabeth Aston (Darcy novels) and Anne Gracie (Chance Sisters).


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The Duke Is Mine

The Duke Is Mine
James, Eloisa

Eloisa James writes Regency romances with strong, smart women characters, great historical details and snappy dialogue. Also try: Suzanne Enoch, Sabrina Jeffries (Hellions of Halstead Hall),Tessa Dare (Spindle Cove series) and Sally MacKenzie (Duchess of Love series).


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The Capture of the Earl of Glencrae

The Capture of the Earl of Glencrae
Laurens, Stephanie

Stephanie Laurens writes fast-paced, intriguing, family-centric Regency romances, often from the man’s perspective. Also try: Johanna Lindsey (Malory Family saga), Catherine Coulter (Bride series), Liz Carlyle (Neville Family series) and Grace Burrowes (Windham novels).


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