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December 16, 2017

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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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Rule's Bride

Rule's Bride
Martin, Kat

Kat Martin is a versatile romance writer equally comfortable in the American West as in Victorian England. The Victorian era comes alive in her sensual Bride trilogy ("Reese's Bride," "Royal's Bride" and "Rule's Bride"). Also try: Renee Bernard (Jaded Gentleman series), Lorraine Heath (London’s Greatest Lovers) and Sherry Thomas (Fitzhugh trilogy).


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Forever A Lady

Forever A Lady
Marvelle, Delilah

Delilah Marvelle’s Rumor romance series ("Forever and a Day," "Forever a Lady" and "Forever a Lord"), set in New York and London during the 1830s, is dramatic, steamy and full of deliciously naughty rendezvous. Also try: Hannah Howell, Sylvia Day, Elizabeth Hoyt and Julia London (Secrets of Hadley Green series).


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Touching the Sky

Touching the Sky
Peterson, Tracie

Tracie Peterson’s Civil War-era Christian Western romances are realistic, homespun and inspirational. Also try: Amanda Cabot (Westward Winds trilogy), Kathleen Morgan (Heart of the Rockies), Jill Marie Landis (Irish Angel series) and Catherine Anderson ("Lucky Penny").


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Ten Things I Love About You

Ten Things I Love About You
Quinn, Julia

Julia Quinn’s spy romances (Bevelstoke series: "The Secret Diaries of Miss Miranda Cheever," "What Happens in London" and "Ten Things I Love About You") are sensual, witty and fast-paced, with sassy contentious characters. Also try: Stefanie Sloane (Regency Rogues), Mary Jo Putney (Lost Lords series), Kate Noble (Blue Raven novels), Lauren Willig (Pink Carnation novels) and Joanna Bourne (Spymaster series).


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With Every Letter: A Novel

With Every Letter: A Novel
Sundin, Sarah

Sarah Sundin writes gentle, atmospheric love stories set during World War II featuring pilots and the compelling characters around them. Also try: "Jasmine Nights" by Julia Gregson, "Léon and Louise" by Alex Capus, "The Kashmir Shawl" by Rosie Thomas and "The Plum Tree" by Ellen Marie Wiseman."


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