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If your result is Historical Romance…

When we learn history in school, it’s usually centered around the actions of men–all war and politics. If you want to really learn about what life was like for women in a previous age, you can find that and more in historical romance. Find out more about the clothes, the social standards, the jobs women held, what it was like to live before women’s suffrage and anything else about history that captivates your mind.

From classic bodice rippers to the more tame, historical romances can transport you to another place or time. You can find books with royalty, pirates and everything in between. Whether you like a historical romance that exists within our understanding of a previous time or like more of a fantasy world, there’s something for everyone.

Here are some suggestions for historical romance novels you might enjoy:

The Tuscan Secret by Angela Petch

This one was inspired by a true story

The Paris Wife by Paula McLain

If you loved the movie Midnight in Paris, give this a try

Where the Lost Wander by Amy Harmon

This one is set on the Oregon Trail

Never Seduce a Scoundrel by Sabrina Jeffries

This is the first in a Regency Romance series

The Fortunate Ones by Catherine Hokin

Set against the backdrop of WWII

The Duchess Deal by Tessa Dare

The first in a Regency Romance series

The Age of Witches by Louisa Morgan

This one is for you if you like a little magic in your stories

Tangled in Time by Barbara Longley

An Irish time travel romance

Cold-Hearted Rake by Lisa Kleypas

The first in a Victorian Romance series

Honor & Roses by Elizabeth Cole

A Medieval Romance

Curious about the other quiz results? Here are links to those recommendation pages:

Contemporary Romance

Women’s Fiction

Thrillers

Have others that should make this beach read recommendations list? Obviously I can’t read *all the things* myself, so I’d love to hear your recommendations! Contact me