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CherylSneed
November 2 2017

Eloisa James’s Wilde in Love Introduces the Lindow Family

With Wilde in Love, Eloisa James begins a new Georgian-set series on the large ducal Lindow family. First up is Lord Alaric, an explorer, who returns to England to find that his books have made...
August 29 2017

Historical Romance Fact Check: How Hard Was It to Get Divorced?

Today we're thrilled to invite Anna Harrington (When the Scoundrel Sins) to Heroes and Heartbreakers! Divorce is a topic we see handled in many contemporary romances, however, it's not...
RomancingtheBookworm
April 13 2017

5 Fascinating Things I Learned from Jane Austen’s England

Husband and wife team Roy and Lesley Adkins’ Jane Austen’s England is a delightful, fascinating work of non-fiction that will capture the attention of even the most reluctant history...
RomancingtheBookworm
November 8 2016

A Ladies’ Guide to the Dangers of Riding in Carriages

A Cautionary Guide by a Concerned Party Dear Readers, it can be a clever and a dangerous game, riding in carriages. We have all heard the stories: Abductions! Entrapments! Elopements! One shudders...
RachelHyland
November 7 2016

First Look: Emily Larkin’s Unmasking Miss Appleby (November 7, 2016)

Emily Larkin Unmasking Miss Appleby (Baleful Godmother Series #1) Emily Larkin / November 7, 2016 / $3.99 digital An interesting facet of historical romance, as a genre, is how we can’t...
SuperWendy
October 18 2016

All Hallows Eve: October 2016 Not-Your-Usual Historical Romance Best Bets

October is a month filled with a mountain of miniature chocolate wonders and my secret guilty pleasure – candy corn! (Don’t judge–especially if you willingly eat Peeps ::shudder::). ...
SuperWendy
June 20 2016

Sampler Platter: Not-Your-Usual Historical Best Bets for June 2016

Sometimes I want a robust meal with multiple courses, a bottle of wine, and why yes I would like dessert at the end.  Then there are times when I want small plates. I want options, lots of...
SuperWendy
May 18 2016

May Days: Not-Your-Usual Historical Best Bets for May 2016

Spring is finally here and with it a new crop of not-your-usual historicals to entice romance readers.  This month’s offerings include new books by two bestselling romance superstars,...
JanetW
August 16 2013

Seduction in Prose: A Jo Beverley Appreciation

English-born Jo Beverley has written medievals, Georgians, Regencies, science fiction and oh-so-au-courant, a trilogy featuring three young men all bearing the royal baby name of the summer of 2013,...
RachelHyland
April 6 2012

Georgette Heyer Reread: Powder and Patch Chapters 1-2

Georgette Heyer’s Powder and Patch In Which We Discuss Chapters I and II… Welcome back to this reread of the manifold and magnificent works of that unparalleled doyenne of historical...
RachelHyland
March 5 2012

This is the End! Georgette Heyer Reread: The Black Moth, Part 15

In Which We Discuss Chapters XXVIII, XXIX and the Epilogue Welcome back to this reread of the manifold and magnificent works of that unparalleled doyenne of historical romantic fiction, Georgette...
RachelHyland
December 17 2011

Georgette Heyer Reread: The Black Moth Part 14

In Which We Discuss Chapters XXVI and XXVII Welcome back to this reread of the manifold and magnificent works of that unparalleled doyenne of historical romantic fiction, Georgette Heyer. As we...
RachelHyland
December 8 2011

Georgette Heyer Reread: The Black Moth, Part 13

In Which We Discuss Chapters XXIV and XXV Welcome back to this reread of the manifold and magnificent works of that unparalleled doyenne of historical romantic fiction, Georgette Heyer. As we are...
MFrampton
November 15 2011

Modern-Day Rothgar? Men in High Heels

Historical novels, particularly ones set in the Georgian period, often feature Manly Men in Red High Heels as heroes; disconcerting at first, especially in books such as Georgette Heyer’s Powder...
RachelHyland
November 12 2011

Georgette Heyer Reread: The Black Moth Part 12

In Which We Discuss Chapters XXII and XXIII Welcome back to this reread of the manifold and magnificent works of that unparalleled doyenne of historical romantic fiction, Georgette Heyer. As we...
RachelHyland
October 23 2011

Georgette Heyer Reread: The Black Moth Part 11

In Which We Discuss Chapters XX and XXI Welcome back to this reread of the manifold and magnificent works of that unparalleled doyenne of historical romantic fiction, Georgette Heyer. As we are...
RachelHyland
October 16 2011

Georgette Heyer Reread: The Black Moth Part 10

In Which We Discuss Chapters XVIII and XIX Welcome back to this reread of the manifold and magnificent works of that unparalleled doyenne of historical romantic fiction, Georgette Heyer. As we are...
RachelHyland
October 9 2011

Georgette Heyer Reread: The Black Moth Part 9

In Which We Discuss Chapters XVI and XVII Welcome back to this reread of the manifold and magnificent works of that unparalleled doyenne of historical romantic fiction, Georgette Heyer. As we are...
Torifl
September 25 2011

Anticipating Scandalous Desires: Elizabeth Hoyt’s Maiden Lane Series

Best-selling author Elizabeth Hoyt’s Maiden Lane series are enchanting, historical romances with a heavy bite of darkness and intrigue. In the series, Hoyt layers bigger story arcs within her...
RachelHyland
September 18 2011

Georgette Heyer Reread: The Black Moth Part 8

In Which We Discuss Chapters XIV and XV Welcome back to this reread of the manifold and magnificent works of that unparalleled doyenne of historical romantic fiction, Georgette Heyer. As we are...
RachelHyland
September 10 2011

Georgette Heyer Reread: The Black Moth Part 7

In Which We Discuss Chapters XII and XIII Welcome back to this reread of the manifold and magnificent works of that unparalleled doyenne of historical romantic fiction, Georgette Heyer. As we are...
RachelHyland
August 21 2011

Georgette Heyer Reread: The Black Moth Part 6

In Which We Discuss Chapters X and XI Welcome back to this reread of the manifold and magnificent works of that unparalleled doyenne of historical romantic fiction, Georgette Heyer. As we are covering...
RachelHyland
August 7 2011

Georgette Heyer Reread: The Black Moth, Part 5

In Which We Discuss Chapters VIII and IX Welcome back to this reread of the manifold and magnificent works of that unparalleled doyenne of historical romantic fiction, Georgette Heyer. As we are...
RachelHyland
July 31 2011

Georgette Heyer Reread: The Black Moth, Part 4

In Which We Discuss Chapters VI and VII Welcome back to this reread of the manifold and magnificent works of that unparalleled doyenne of historical romantic fiction, Georgette Heyer. As we are...
RachelHyland
July 24 2011

Georgette Heyer Reread: The Black Moth, Part 3

In Which We Discuss Chapters IV and V Welcome back to this reread of the manifold and magnificent works of that unparalleled doyenne of historical romantic fiction, Georgette Heyer. As we are covering...
RachelHyland
July 14 2011

Georgette Heyer Reread: The Black Moth, Part 2

In Which We Discuss Chapters II and III Last week, we embarked on a reread of the manifold and magnificent works of that unparalleled doyenne of historical romantic fiction, Georgette Heyer. As...
Myretta
May 18 2011

Fresh Meat: Laurel McKee’s Lady of Seduction (May 31, 2011)

Laurel McKee Lady of Seduction Forever, May 31, 2011, $7.99 It's a mad, ill-advised journey that leads the usually sensible Lady Caroline Blacknall to the legendary isle of Muirin Inish, off...
KeiraSoleore
March 1 2011

Manly Men in Red High Heels: Alistair and Rothgar Bring It!

All fictional stories involve world building. Historical stories require world introduction, the conveyance of a sense of place and time that the characters are going to inhabit. The further you...