Do you like to wait until a Regency has a few reviews, positive and negative, before adding it to your collection? Here's a relatively new release (March of this year) with a 4.3 star rating on Amazon from twelve reviews. This is A Gift for Fiona by S.G. Rogers. She's best known for sweet fantasy romance, but lately she's been releasing some lovely historical romances, too. This one's set in the Victorian era.
Here's an oldie that remains a perennial favorite. This is A Lot Like a Lady, by twin-sisters-from-different-mothers Kim Bowman and Kay Springsteen, originally published by Astraea Press (a/k/a Clean Reads) and now with esKape Press. Lady has a 4.2 star rating with 99 reviews, and was re-released in August of last year.
Here's another recent release (April of this year), Maid for Romance by Ruth J. Hartman. It has a 4.7 star rating on fifteen reviews, and while the cover's not precisely Regency, it's gorgeous and that counts more. Be sure to watch out for the cat; there's one in every book Ruth writes.
Another backlist title (from January of 2013), this is my own Regency sailing ship adventure~romance, A Different Sort of Perfect. It's been a thrill and an honor watching readers award it a 4.4 star rating on 21 reviews. Gives me happy dance feet!
Thanks for stopping by. Happy reading!
Vivian Roycroft is a pseudonym for historical fiction and adventure writer J. Gunnar Grey. And if she’s not careful, her pseudonymous pseudonym will have its own pseudonym soon, too. With its own e-reader, a yarn stash, an old Hermès hunt saddle, and a turtle sundae at Culver‘s.
A Different Sort of Perfect
Works in progress:
Kissing the Toad: In Berkeley Square, book #1