After three contemporary Proper Romance novels, Julie Wright has moved to the regency period with A Captain for Caroline Gray.
Browsing: Adult Crossover
Regency romance collides with gothic mystery in Abigail Wilson’s latest novel, The Vanishing at Loxby Manor.
Two lives are unexpectedly changed forever on the high seas in Arlem Hawks’ new romance novel, Georgana’s Secret.
Smugglers, castaways and romance take center stage in Julie Klassen’s latest novel, A Castaway in Cornwall.
Two people who desperately hiding from the limelight find themselves instantly drawn together in Krista Jensen’s Miracle Creek Christmas.
Sarah M. Eden returns to Victorian England and the world of penny dreadfuls in The Gentleman and the Thief.
Sarah E. Ladd’s The Light at Wyndcliff is a pleasant Regency romance that might have crossover appeal for teens.
Brass Carriages and Glass Hearts is the fourth book in Nancy Campbell Allen’s entertaining Steampunk Proper Romance series.
Masquerade at Middlecrest Abbey, a romance by Abigail Wilson, is intended for adults but might appeal to younger readers.
Rakes and Roses is the third installment of Josi S. Kilpack’s Mayfield Family Romance series, which is part of the Shadow Mountain Proper Romance line.