TBRG Top 5 Historical Reads of 2011

What makes for a great historical romance? In our humble opinion the authors that are in our top 5 historical reads of the year have the magic touch when it comes to crafting stories that sweep us away from the 21st century and into the past, where it’s the American West, Regency England or the Wilds of the Scottish Highlands.

Melanie’s top 5

  1. Just Like Heaven by Julia Quinn
  2. Eleven Scandals to Start to Win a Duke by Sarah MacLean
  3. The Many Sins of Lord Cameron by Jennifer Ashley
  4. Midnight’s Wild Passion by Anna Campbell
  5. Scandal of the Year by Laura Lee Guhrke

Janon’s top 5

  1. Waking up with the Duke by Lorraine Heath
  2. Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase
  3. Yours Until Dawn by Teresa Medeiros
  4. The Many Sins of Lord Cameron by Jennifer Ashley
  5. Texas Destiny by Lorraine Heath

Heather’s Top 5

  1. After Dark with a Scoundrel by Alexandra Hawkins
  2. Never Love a Highlander by Maya Banks
  3. Scandalous Desires by Elizabeth Hoyt
  4. Lord and Lady Spy by Shana Galen
  5. The Many Sins of Lord Cameron by Jennifer Ashley

We’re a little more diversified in this category but we all loved Jennifer Ashley’s Lord Cameron what a great hero he was.

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  1. Beebs

    Love Jennifer Ashley’s Mackenzies, can’t wait for Hart’s story. Also loving Elizabeth Hoyt’s Maiden Lane series, Loretta Chase, Julia Quinn, Sarah Maclean, Tessa Dare, Anne Gracie and too many more to mention.

    Joanna Bourne’s books are amazing too, so looking forward to The Black Hawk.

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  2. Teresa Medeiros

    Thank you! Such an honor to have YOURS UNTIL DAWN included! 🙂

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