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Sweet Historical Romances

This is a relatively new love for me (no pun intended). I always thought they were cheesy, sex-filled pieces of crap, so I didn't have much use for them. Granted, a majority of them are cheesy and/or sex-filled, which generally lands them straight in the reject pile for me, but the books I've found I love, I really, really love. 2016 was the first time I picked up a historical romance (and I'm not including Jane Austen or any of the classics in this group, as they were generally contemporary romances at the time they were written), but since then I've become hooked. I've read dozens of books and some of my favorite books of all time can be counted in this genre.

Even though I know that a majority of them are ridiculous and sappy, I have a special part of my reader's heart reserved for historical romances. To set the record straight, I'm a fan of the sweet romances aka the "clean" or "traditional" romances. I don't want any heaving bosoms, thank you. I prefer the more reserved romances that are about the relationship and not about getting the other person into bed.


Regency Era

The Kiss of a Stranger by Sarah M. Eden

The Lancaster Family Series by Sarah M. Eden

The Jonquil Family Series by Sarah M. Eden

Glimmer of Hope by Sarah M. Eden

An Unlikely Match by Sarah M. Eden

Sophia by Paula Kremser

Fallen Angel by Charlotte Dolan

Lord St. Claire’s Angel by Donna Simpson

A Rogue's Rescue by Donna Lea Simpson

The Painter’s Daughter by Julie Klassen

The Headmistress of Rosemere by Sarah E. Ladd

A Noble Masquerade by Kristi Ann Hunter

Her Grace in Disgrace by Claudia Harbaugh

Branches of Love Series by Sally Britton

Inglewood Series by Sally Britton



The Measure of Katie Calloway by Serena B. Miller

A Promise to Love by Serena B. Miller

Longing for Home Series by Sarah M. Eden

The Brides Series by Lena Goldfinch

The Hand-Me-Down Family by Winnie Griggs

Hearts Awakening by Delia Parr

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