Tuesday, August 29, 2017

TOP TEN TUESDAY: Hidden Gems in Historical Romance

Hosted by the ladies over at The Broke and the Bookish.  

The Perfect Waltz (The Merridew Sisters, #2)
1. The Perfect Waltz by Anne Gracie

The Impostor (Liar's Club, #2)
2. The Impostor by Celeste Bradley

Lady Rogue
3. Lady Rogue by Suzanne Enoch

To Love a Thief
4. To Love a Thief by Julie Anne Long

Devil's Own (Clan MacAlpin, #2)
5. Devil's Own by Veronica Wolff

6. Scandal by Carolyn Jewel

In For a Penny
7. In For a Penny by Rose Lerner

The Dangerous Viscount (The Burgundy Club, #2)
8. The Dangerous Viscount by Miranda Neville

When She Was Wicked (Honeycote, #1)
9. When She Was Wicked by Anne Barton

Ruined by Rumor
10. Ruined By Rumor by Alyssa Everett


  1. Well, I haven't read ANY of these! Shame on me! I do really want to read Anne Gracie, though. I think I'm going to pass on JAL, though. I know she's a major favorite, but the more time goes by the more I dislike What I Did for a Duke. Which I know everyone loves, but it was not for me. Although I loved the one I read before that. So maybe I should go back to her. :)

  2. What a great list you have here and I definitely agree on many of these. There are a few I haven't read, but most of them I have!! I love those "gems" in historical romance that are so overlooked. Anne Gracie is one of my favorites to read. And she is not read enough. Veronica Wolff and Suzanne Enoch are fabulous as well. I remember reading The Dangerous Viscount years ago and loving it.


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