One of my favorite Regency plots is the masquerade or mistaken identity. I have compiled a list of ten favorite clean (kisses only) masquerade/mistaken identity themed Regency Romances for your wish lists. Book images takes you to amazon for purchase, or the author name/title take you to my review. I offer this list in no particular order.
Candice Hern: A Garden Folly In a quest for love, a Duke goes undercover. Lighthearted and humorous, there is a delightful amount of kisses and romance.
Susan Lodge: Only a Hero Will Do I loved this sweet, fun story with a little bit of cross-dressing that lands the heroine into the arms of the hero.
Joan Smith: Regency Masquerade From beginning to end, a delightfully funny, action packed Regency that kept me up all night reading.
Teresa Thomas Bohannon: A Very Merry Chase A masquerading Duke hero with lots of action, funny scenes, and enjoyable romance.
Jacqueline Diamond: A Lady in Disguise Tells the story of heroine who decides to try and pull off the mistaken identity of an actress…with hilarious results.
Georgette Heyer: The Corinthian Often lauded as her funniest, Heyer offers a gender bending disguise to help the heroine escape landing her in the lap of the a hero also on the run.
Joan Smith: Madcap Miss Outrageous masquerade, laugh out loud funny scenes, this gem features lots of great characters
Carola Dunn: The Fortune Hunters Double your masquerade with a bunch of characters on the hunt for rich spouses in Bath.
Joan Smith: The Waltzing Widow Another laugh out loud funny Regency from Joan Smith, featuring a broken hearted Diamond resuscitating in the country as a widow.
Emily Hendrickson: Miss Cheney’s Charade Mummies, masquerade and mauling mauraders with this funny, lengthier Regency featuring an enterprising heroine.