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[*] posted on 7-11-2011 at 11:19 PM
Is anyone reading historical novels with other genres?


I am just curious as to wanting to know if anyone has read historical novels with romance or other genres.

I am just wondering if anyone has read just only the genre of Historical novels. Or novels mixed in with different genres yet still the same with the historical timelines.

For myself i have read Lord of the fading lands, by C.L. Wilson, Enchanting the beast by Katherine Kennedy. Ravishing in red, by Madeline Hunter, highlander series by Karen Marie Moning, A Dangerous Love by BerTrice Small. The Princess and the pea by Victoria Alexander. these are the ones i actually read and still need to finish reading.

But anyways tell me i am curious to know about it. And will like to hear about what you read with your choices of genres with the historical element as the main genre please!




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