A Regency Romance for Everyone

Got Bridgerton on the brain? So do we, thankfully we have plenty of Regency reads to keep us busy until season three.

Earls Trip by Jenny Holiday

In this uproarious Regency-era romp, Archibald, the Earl of Harcourt, embarks on his annual getaway with his best friends Simon and Effie, only to have their plans upended by an urgent plea from a family friend. With the unexpected arrival of childhood pals Clementine and Olive Morgan, Archie finds himself navigating scandalous proposals and romantic entanglements. As the trip unfolds, Archie discovers that even an earl can’t escape the twists and turns of friendship, love, and unexpected adventures.

A Gamble at Sunset by Vanessa Riley

A captivating romance in which a duke, determined to win the heart of a widowed viscountess, wagers to find husbands for her sisters. But before he can play cupid Georgina, the wallflower younger sister ready to bloom, takes matters into her own hands, sparking a scandalous encounter with composer Lord Mark Sebastian. As they navigate societal gossip and family tensions, their fake courtship ignites real passion, challenging them to confront their desires in the face of adversity and temptation.

The Boxing Baroness by Minerva Spencer

Marianne Simpson’s secret life as a boxer lands her in hot water when she finds herself entangled in a dangerous game of espionage and desire. As she grapples with her attraction to St. John Powell, the Duke of Staunton, Marianne must confront her past and the treacherous forces threatening her newfound love. With rapier-sharp wit and sizzling sensuality, Spencer delivers a riveting tale of love and adventure amidst the rigidly patriarchal society of Regency-era England based on a real life historical figure.

Murder at the Merton Library by Andrea Penrose

Possibly a cheat in an article about Regency romance? Yes, but so worth it. Wrexford and Lady Charlotte embark on seemingly separate investigations following a murder in Oxford’s prestigious library and a suspicious laboratory fire in London that uncovers a sinister conspiracy. This atmospheric Regency mystery, perfect for readers who like a dash of romance with their high stakes capers, will leave you wanting to binge the entire series.

The Groom List by Ella Quinn

In the enchanting world of Regency London, the Worthington family reigns supreme, beloved as the Bridgertons for their lively escapades and heartfelt romances. Lady Alice Carpenter is on a quest for the perfect match but when she meets the seemingly shallow Marquis of St. Albans, her expectations are turned upside down. They may have gotten off to a rocky start, but as they navigate society’s whirl together, will Alice discover this flirt’s hidden depths?

The Lady Plays with Fire by Susanna Craig

Julia Addison finds solace in her role as a biting theatre critic for Mrs. Goode’s Magazine for Misses. When she crosses paths with the gruff yet intriguing Lord Dunstane at a play, sparks fly, but their budding romance is threatened by their professional personas: Julia’s sharp critiques and Dunstane’s connection to the play she panned. As they navigate their conflicting roles and unexpected attraction, their collaboration may just ignite a scandalous love affair amidst the backdrop of Regency London.