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Best Historical Romance Novels Ever

Best Historical Romance Novels Ever

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I’m one of those people who love reading, it’s a recipe to keep all boredom at bay, and at times its therapy to keep all the pain and stress away. No matter the excuse I always find time to read romantic novels, Shhhhh…it’s my secret. In romance, my favorite is Historical Romance Novels. I do love other genres like Paranormal Romance, Fantasy Romance, Vampire Romance, and Epic Romance series, but Historical Romance I just can’t resist.

Today I’ll share my list of the best Historical romance novels I have had the pleasure of reading.

A Kingdom of Dreams- Judith McNaught

It’s a romantic story of Royce, Duke of Claymore aka Black Wolf, and Jennifer Merrick who are from an enemy clan but she was taken hostage by Black Wolf. These two sworn enemies fall in love and prevail over the adversities thrown at them.

It’s a must-read novel, the writing style of Judith McNaught would make you fall in love with her novels.

Ransom- Julie Garwood

This is the story of Gillian whose family was murdered for Arianna’s Box, which hid a deep secret. Gillian was sent to search for the Box in Scotland where she meets Brodick, the two unlikely people who fall in love. The story has twists and turns but it’s entertaining to the core.

Julie Garwood has a way with words to capture the audience. The novel has a good storyline, and strong characters and is captivating. I couldn’t leave the novels till they were finished.

The Duke- Gaelen Foley

The Duke of Hawscliffe was driven to Belinda to solve the murder of his beloved, both Belinda and duke had a grievance with the same man. They both get into a scandalizing affair to uncover secrets and unknowingly fall in love. This is the story of a Courtesan and Duke falling in love.

The Knight series by Gaelen Foley has 11 novels of Knight Brothers and Sisters no one can stop at reading just one novel.

Nine Rules to Break when Romancing a Rake- Sarah Maclean

  1. Kiss Someone- Passionately
  2. Smoke cheroot and drink scotch
  3. Ride astride
  4. Fence
  5. Fire a pistol
  6. Attend a Duel
  7. Gamble (at a gentleman’s club)
  8. Dance every dance at a Ball
  9. Be considered beautiful. Just once

Watch Callie achieve all and even love.

Sarah Maclean has written the novel so wonderfully that you’ll see the wallflower turn into a siren in front of your eyes and capture the heart of everyone.

Secret of A Summer Night- Lisa Kleypas

Anabelle is a perpetual wallflower because of a lack of Dowry and Simon Hunt is a bachelor with a lack of gentry. Lack of funds forces Anabelle to accept the even indecent offer of Simon Hunt. The story is about the bonding of Wallflowers to help each other find love, Anabelle finds love in the most unlikely person.

The Wallflower Series of  Lisa Kleypas is totally wonderful.

There are a few Historical Romance Novels that are worth reading:

Best Historical Romance Novels Ever
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Every novel is available on Amazon in Paperback & Kindle editions. Hoping you all would enjoy reading them.

Happy Reading for all.

17 thoughts on “Best Historical Romance Novels Ever”

  1. Great. This is good list of novels. I usually like suspense thriller but you gave a good list.

  2. I haven’t read any of them..but now I guess it’s time for me to pick one and share my experience. ..would soon start reading ur recommendations

  3. I have been occupied with work a lot lately and so do not find the time to pick up a book. However, when I do start again I would love to start with The Duke of Hawscliffe

  4. My work now does not allow me so much time to read. otherwise I was regular at reading. This is the reason I have not read all in your list. Will soon hope to catch up and complete them. 🙂


  5. Ooh such a great list! My absolute all time favorite was one by Jude Deveraux though. A knight in shining armor or something like that, I can’t remember the exact name. I used to love that book.

  6. I love reading good novels and classics. Recently haven’t been getting time. After seeing this list however I’m too tempted to read each of these

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