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Regency Romance
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November 15 2017

A Virtual Tour of Regency England: Clubbing in London

When novelist Georgette Heyer created the first Regency Romance with 1935’s Regency Buck (discuss!), she began a tradition of both namechecking and fictionalizing, for dramatic or comedic...
September 10 2017

First Look: The Duke’s Bridle Path Anthology (September 12, 2017)

Grace Burrowes and Theresa Romain The Duke's Bridle Path Grace Burrowes / September 12, 2017 / $3.99 digital The Duke's Bridle Path by Grace Burrowes and Theresa Romain, is billed...
August 24 2017

Candace Camp’s A Momentary Marriage Finds Lasting Happiness For an Unlikely Couple

The marriage of convenience trope is top-of-the-trees for me, especially in Regency historicals, even though marriage at the time was often more a case of convenience than true lurv. But this is...
June 2 2017

How Will You Spend Your Regency Evening Out? (Game)

Today we're thrilled to welcome Jane Ashford (Nothing Like a Duke) to Heroes and Heartbreakers. As a historical romance author, Jane has to know a thing or two about planning extravagant nights...
May 21 2017

First Look: Madeline Hunter’s The Most Dangerous Duke in London (May 30, 2017)

Madeline Hunter The Most Dangerous Duke in London (Decadent Dukes #1) Zebra / May 30, 2017 / $7.99 print, $5.99 digital Madeline Hunter begins a new series with The Most Dangerous Duke...
November 23 2016

4 Bizarre Regency Facts: Rakes and Their Peccadilloes

Today we're thrilled to welcome historical romance author Sabrina Jeffries (The Danger of Desire) to Heroes and Heartbreakers. When you're an author, you can find many of history's...
October 12 2016

We Need to Talk About the Almack’s Scene in Pam Rosenthals’s Almost a Gentleman

Recently Heroes and Heartbreakers asked readers, can a trope be your favorite and least favorite at the same time? It's a strange alchemy that makes a trope that's tiresome in one writer's...
October 9 2016

The Unromantic Lady (and the Man She Can’t Resist) by Lucy Gordon

Originally published in 1996, under the name Penelope Stratton, Lucy Gordon's The Unromantic Lady is a traditional Regency from the era when they were still highly influenced by Georgette...
September 19 2016

How Did Women Make a Living in the Regency Era?

Today we're thrilled to welcome Madeline Hunter (Dressed to Kiss) to the site. Dressed to Kiss is an anthology centered on a dressmaker’s shop in Regency London. All of the main female...
September 15 2016

Are Your Keepers Still Keepers?

Keepers—we all have them. It's a book that speaks to us —makes us rejoice in the marvel of the hero and heroine finding the one person that completes them and...
September 13 2016

Reading Lisa Kleypas for the First Time: A Diehard Historical Romance Fan Gets a Kleypas Education

I like to think of myself as a very big fan of historicals even though, for the most part, I find them to be pretty exclusive rather than inclusive. I like the idea of being swept away to a time...
September 10 2016

99 Problems and Falling in Love is One of Them in Susanne Lord’s Discovery of Desire

In Regency times a passage to India, for impoverished, gently-born women, was a guarantee of sorts. If you wanted a husband, India was full of Englishmen looking for wives. Did the guarantee include...
August 31 2016

10 Things I Love About Regency Heroes

Today we're thrilled to welcome Ella Quinn (When a Marquis Chooses a Bride) to Heroes and Heartbreakers. Like many of us, Ella loves Regency heroes. Let's count the reasons, shall we? Thanks,...
August 29 2016

Just How Naughty Were Those Regency Balls, Anyway?

Today we're thrilled to welcome Vanessa Kelly (My Fair Princess) to Heroes and Heartbreakers. Ballrooms are the backdrops to many naughty historical romance moments, but just how naughty did...