Thu
Mar 20 2014 8:04am

What Historical Series Would You Like to Return To?

Both Eloisa James and Jo Beverley have returned to their previous series for their current releases; James's Three Weeks with Lady X is a Desperate Duchesses book, while Beverley's A Shocking Delight returns to the Rogues world.

What other historical series would you like to see new books in?

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4 comments
Torifl
1. Torifl
I would love to see Julie Garwood revisit her Medieval and/or Regency series.
Jennifer Proffitt
2. JenniferProffitt
I've been very glad to see Lynsay Sands return to her historical roots, even if it hasn't been a return to a particular series. The one and only time I've written a fan letter was to Tracy Anne Warren (who was nice enough to write back!) because I was so peeved that her new series wasn't going to be resolving the storyline of a good guy who was jilted at the end of her Trap Trilogy. So I'd love to see her return to that universe and give the poor guy an HEA.
That being said, I did love Warren's Byrons of Braebourne series and would love to see her return to that too!
Kareni
3. Kareni
She hasn't left the series, but I'm certainly looking forward to Joanna Bourne's next book which features the character Pax.

If Jo Goodman were to write books about Pinch, Dash, and Midge who were children in her book A Season to be Sinful, I'd happily read them.
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