Fall in Love with a Rogue or a Noble (or Both)

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Fall in Love with a Rogue or a Noble (or Both)

Historical romance is one of the largest and most popular romance subgenres. Check out one of these novels to get your fix of rogues, dukes, princes and the women who capture their hearts. 
 
Heir to the Duke by Jane Ashford – Raised by a tyrannical and conservative grandmother, the Lady Violet is unbearably happy about her arranged marriage as it will mean her freedom. Nathaniel, Viscount Hightower and future duke, learns quickly that his wife has far more personality and opinions than he ever realized before their marriage. Unfortunately, a newly discovered family secret could be the ruin of Lady Violet and Nathaniel’s happiness. Can they overcome or will her families’ past break them apart?
 
When a Scot Ties the Knot by Tessa Dare – A shy artist heroine, a fake fiancée, and an unexpected Scottish captain combine in this delightful historical romance. Madeline is beyond awkward with men so she knows her season in London will be a disaster. To avoid the entire trial, she invents a Scottish sweetheart, Captain Logan MacKenzie, to whom she writes long, romantic letters. The problem: Captain Logan MacKenzie actually exists – and he decides he wants Madeline to make good on all those romantic promises she made him in her letters. Can shy Madeline take on the Captain while London society watches?
 
A Kiss at Midnight by Eloisa James – A fun and entertaining twist on the Cinderella fairy tale! A tired, overworked stepdaughter meets a not so charming prince and sparks fly but life is not a fairy tale and fate seems to do everything possible to keep the two apart. While Kate and Gabriel are wonderful, it is the sometimes eccentric, sometimes outrageous secondary characters that make this historical romance such a charming and enjoyable read.
 
The Rogue Not Taken by Sarah MacLean – In book one in the Scandal and Scoundrels series, Sophie Talbot finds herself on the wrong side of the ton. In an effort to escape disgrace, she finds herself at the mercy of England’s most notorious rogue. Expertly combining a road trip trope, a family revenge trope, and an enemies to lovers trope, The Rogue Not Taken features relatable and well developed characters and a critique of gender base expectations making it a novel with some depth.
 
The Rogue by Katharine Ashe – Lady Constance Read is determined to bring a criminal duke to justice so she teams up with her former flame, Evan Saint-Andre Sterling, a man she’d rather forget. Neither wants to repeat their history together but their attraction has not diminished in the least. A strong heroine, a redeemable rogue hero, and a solid mystery plot will pull readers into this well written historical mystery. Bonus – it’s just the first in a series!