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If you've been a follower of my blog for any length of time then you'll know that I rarely read historical romance. To be honest, I'm not 100 % sure why. The majority of the books I have read I really enjoyed. In fact, I've found a favorite historical romance author in Jennifer McQuiston and there are various other authors that I'd love to read more of. For whatever reason it's just not a genre that I go to when I'm looking for a new book. I always say that I want to read more and I have every intention to do so when it comes to signing up for challenges. I am determined to follow through this year. Who knows... I may fall absolutely in love with a Duke, a Lord, or even a scoundrel. Plus I'm meeting Sarah MacLean in March and I don't want to be the only person that isn't fawning over her.
My Goal: Baroness – 1-5 books
I would like to read 1 each month, but we'll see how that goes...
This is all new to me!
- Medieval Romance (set between 450 and 1485)
- Regency Romance (set between 1811 and 1820 in England)
- Victorian Romance (set between 1832 and 1901 England)
- Western Historical Romance (set in the frontier of the United States, Canada, or Australia)
- Pirate Historical Romance (Pirate novels feature a male or female who is sailing, or thought to be sailing, as a pirate or privateer on the high seas.)
- Historical Romance with a Diverse main character
- Time Travel Historical Romance (must take place at least 80% in the past, ex. Outlander)
I will update this post as the year progresses.