Thirty years ago, after her sons left home, she dropped out of and began to write, hoping to create a genuine time travel experience for her readers. She enjoys music, from classical to all modern forms. On warm afternoons she and her husband of fifty years explore the winding back roads of PA on his Hayabusa.
R omance brings to mind misty moors, scowling Scots, and windswept women. I blame Wuthering Heights. Here are eight agents who would like you to do just that.
You know what I mean: they have the generic Regency setting, generic rake hero, generic wallflower heroine. Below are 24 books which, by virtue of their plot, characters, or setting, stand out from the crowd. Ever since the massacre of her clan when she was a child, Morganna KilCreggar has wandered disguised as a boy.
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Historical romance is a guilty pleasure of mine… so when I was offered this book for an honest review, how could I refuse…? Katherine Forrester was coerced into a marriage by her parents, and due to her fears, her marriage has not been consummated. Her patient husband, after nearly a year of marriage is not so patient anymore.
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Between the layers of clothes and the strict code of conduct, the required restraint makes the inevitable kilt-dropping, lace-ripping moment even hotter. But proceed with caution—these pages will melt in your hands. Likewise, Axton de La Manse is an outcast himself—a Norman exile hell-bent on righting the injustice his family suffered at de Valcourt hands. But what begins as a political arrangement and a risky deception soon blossoms into lusty, between-the-sheets passion.
These days it seems the ever popular historical romance genre has become dominated by dangerously seductive Regency era dukes. Once upon a time, a girl could find some bad ass cowboys in historical westerns, tycoons in turn of the century NYC, and medieval Knights charging in to save the day. It makes one wonder: has the historical romance genre become narrowed down to just dukes?
There are, at a conservative estimate, approximately 85 million regency books at any given period. Enterprising authors have, however, managed to make it stretch from roughly to the s until Victoria comes along in Below is a selection of 15 of the best regency romance novels, which range in content from squeaky-clean to filthily explicit.