In no particular order, here is my top ten of Reg Roms for teens. Click on the cover to be whisked away for purchase, or hit the link on title/author to read my review.
Meg Cabot: Victoria and the Rogue
Short, sweet and often funny, this is a great YA read for those interested in historical romance.
Anya Wylde: Dorothy
Recommended for older teens, this is funny, fast and fun Beauty and the Beast tale of unlikely loves
Rachel Carter: Lucretia
A classic Reg Rom with fun moments that are often funny, this is a great read for most ages
Caroline Ashton: Rowena
A dramatic traditional Regency with a soft, subtle romance
Susan Carroll: Brighton Road
Regency romp with a fanciful heroine and “Sobersides” hero, this is great for most ages
Emily Hendrickson: Miss Cheney’s Charade
A rompish leaning traditional Reg Rom with masquerade as central premise.
Carola Dunn: A Lord for Miss Larkin
A quick and classic traditional Reg Rom with only mild melodrama
Joan Smith: Cousin Cecilia
Spunky matchmaker heroine meets her own match when she tries to fix up her cousins. Funny, charming and sweet.
Barbara Metzger: Miss Lockharte’s Letters
Full of funny and tender moments, a classic Reg Rom with a road trip.
Georgette Heyer: Cotillion
Of course I am going to recommend Heyer, and of course Cotillion is one of the top! Funny, sweet, with an unlikely match teens will find the characters relatable.