People frequently ask me for book recommendations. The list below is by no means an exhaustive one, being the hasty product of the moment, but I can at least attest that all the books listed below are works I’ve read again and again and again. I hope they afford you as much pleasure as they have me.
Donati, Sara. Into the Wilderness. (18th C America)
Douglas, Carole Nelson. Fair Wind, Fiery Star. (17th C)
Douglas, Carole Nelson. Lady Rogue. (18th C)
Fitzgerald, Valerie. Zemindar. (19th C India)
Fraser, George MacDonald. The Pyrates. (17th C)
Fraser, George MacDonald. Flashman. (19th C)
Gabaldon, Diana. Outlander. (18th C Scotland)
Kaye, M.M. Trade Wind. (19th C Zanzibar)
Kaye, M.M. The Far Pavilions. (19th C India)
Kaye, M.M. Shadow of the Moon. (19th C India)
Koen, Karleen. Through A Glass Darkly. (18th C England)
Laker, Rosalind. To Dance With Kings. (18th C France)
Mitchell, Margaret. Gone With the Wind.
Riley, Judith Merkle. A Vision of Light. (14th C England)
Riley, Judith Merkle. In Pursuit of the Green Lion. (14th C England)
Riley, Judith Merkle. The Serpent Garden. (16th C England)
Riley, Judith Merkle. The Master of All Desires. (16th C France)
Riley, Judith Merkle. The Oracle Glass. (17th C France)
Ripley, Alexandra. New Orleans Legacy. (19th C New Orleans)
Ripley, Alexandra. On Leaving Charleston. (Jazz Age America)
Sabatini, Raphael. Scaramouche. (French Revolution)
Selinko, Anne-Marie. Desiree. (Napoleonic)
Seton, Anya. Katherine. (14th C England)
Winsor, Kathleen. Forever Amber. (17th C England)
Wolf, Joan. Born of the Sun. (6th C England)
Barnett, Jill. Bewitching. (Regency)
Alexander, Tasha. And Only to Deceive. (Victorian)
Andrews, Donna. Murder with Peacocks.
Krentz, Jayne Ann. Hidden Talents
Fielding, Helen. Bridget Jones’ Diary.
Dean, Pamela. Tam Lin.
Burnett, Frances Hodgson. A Little Princess.
Burney, Frances. Evelina.
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