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Featuring authors of the best historical romance novels like Diana Gabaldon, Nora Roberts, Book cover for Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. We've rounded up 10 steamy historical romance novels whose pages will melt in your hands. Here is our list of the 10 BEST HISTORICAL ROMANCE NOVELS of all time. Our research and reader feedback helped decide the best.
Sophie Barrington's marriage prospects are cut short when she discovers her family is bankrupt. Though he intends on humiliating Sophie, the Earl finds himself charmed by his new maid. But is their mutual passion only temporary, or will it burn for all eternity? Sea voyages were always dangerous in the Regency era, especially for young women traveling alone.
Though Aurora Dayne becomes the prisoner of a pirate ship, it's clear to everyone onboard that their leader, Vashon, is the true prisoner. Despite his steely composure, Vashon has fallen helplessly under Aurora's spell—and he'll stop at nothing to win her heart on the high seas.
While in exile, she's visited by what she thinks is a ghost—but is, in fact, just another outcast. His name is Captain Henry Thorn, a soldier traumatized by the war and Nell's soon-to-be lover. But while Henry is a man of great status, he has no intention of returning to polite society Can Nell convince him, the only man she's ever loved, to start a life with her in the real world?
The world of Regency romance tragically lost one of its best authors, Jo Beverley, in Luckily, she lives on in her romance novels, including over 20 Regencies. Too Dangerous for a Lady tells the story of Lady Hermione Merryhew, who is shocked when a man seeks sanctuary one night—in her bedroom of all places!
Being with him may threaten all Hermione holds dear, but she's never met a challenge she didn't like When Marianne's uncle promises her to a duke accused of matricide, Marianne Radley is determined to never see their engagement through. If she can expose the evil character of her betrothed, she thinks, her uncle may just call the whole thing off But will the Duke of Aylesbury reveal himself to be the monster Marianne assumes him to be?
Or is he simply a tender heart, hidden in the shadow of scandal and rumor? You know what they say about dukes behaving badly Fortunately, Lady Margaret Sawford is willing to take a risk—because with reputation already in ruins, what else has she to lose? Margaret starts shacking up with the Duke of Lasham who, in addition to wearing an eye patch, is also devilishly handsome.
But though Margaret tries her best to tame him, she may discover that her own wild side is desperate to break free After their wedding, the duke announces they'll spend just four nights together every year. The characters are full-bodied and evenly matched. The passion is to die for, and every romance reader I know has this book on their keeper shelf. What does Griffin York, Duke of Halford do when his mother--desperate for a grandchild--bets she can turn any woman into a duchess for him to marry?
He picks serving girl Pauline Simms. This is a Cinderella story sprinkled with a bit of Pretty Woman--without the prostitute baggage. Pauline, who only accepts the money to ensure a future for herself and her sister, is a delight, and Griff falls in love so hard and so fast it scares him.
This is the epitome of what romance is all about. Huguley has created her own niche--inspirational historical romances featuring African- Americans.
Historically accurate and set during the bittersweet years of Reconstruction, the story is filled with the hope and faith that fortified African-Americans as they transitioned from enslaved to free. Huguley recently signed a book deal with a major publisher, so keep your eye on her.
Something Like Love by Beverly Jenkins. Spinster seamstress Olivia Sterling flees her Chicago home rather than be party to the marriage her father has arranged. While traveling to her destination, her train is robbed by the infamous Black Seminole outlaw Neil July and his gang.
One of my best. Brazen by Susan Johnson. Johnson writes for grown-ups.
What we have instead is thirtysomething heroine, Countess Angela de Grae, with her string of lovers and a drawer filled with sex toys. Our hero, the much younger Kit Braddock, sails the world on his yacht complete with harem. When the two come together fire extinguishers are needed.
This story is about taking a walk on the wild side of romance, and absolutely no one does it better than Susan Johnson.