5 Best Historical Romantic Fiction Novels You'll Devour in One Sitting
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Best Historical Romantic Fiction Novels
Nothing can transport a through time like a romantic fiction novel set in the past. Plus, there's just something charming about a love story that takes place during times of war and aristocracy. These are tales of passionate, often forbidden love that are just as exciting as they are informative.
Learn about what it was like to live and be in love during a more fascinating time period. Culture was different, traditions were varied, but one thing has always been the same: the power of romance.
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1. Rebellion by Nora Roberts
The year is 1745, and the Scottish forces are attempting to overthrow the English monarchy. The daughter of the MacGregor clan, Serena catches the eye of Brigham Langston, an English ally whom she knows she can't trust. However, as Serena's anger escalates, her romantic desires for him begin to surface.
2. Mine Til Midnight by Lisa Kleypas
Amelia Hathaway's family comes into an unexpected inheritance that elevates them to aristocracy in London. Meanwhile, Cam Rohan is tall, dark, handsome and rich. The only problem is that he wants nothing to do with the petty restrictions of society any longer. While he attempts to return to his uncivilized roots, he's blindsided by a steamy romance with Amelia.
3. Marrying Winterborne by Lisa Kleypas
The wealthy and successful Rhys Winterborn is accustomed to getting exactly what he wants. As soon as he encounters the shy Lady Helen Ravenel, he's ready to do whatever it takes to possess her. When the passion becomes mutual, the couple faces trouble as Rhys's enemies conspire against them.
4. Finding Rebecca by Eoin Dempsey
Christopher and Rebecca were inseparable. However, World War II struck the island of Jersey and the Nazi invaders shipped Rebecca to Europe. In order to save the woman he loves, Christopher volunteers for the Nazi SS. He embarks dangerous journey, struggling to maintain his cover as well as his soul.
5. The Shadow And The Star by Laura Kinsale
In this bold tale of undying love, The Shadow swears to keep his intentions pure, but he burns with a feverish desire. On the other hand, The Star is a lovely, innocent woman who's drawn to the powerful man with an undeniable passion. The Shadow's dark secrets are masked by his majestic appearance, but not for long.
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