Georgette Heyer: Bath Tangle

The Earl of Spenborough has always been noted for his eccentricity. Leaving a widow younger than his own daughter Serena is one thing, but quite another is leaving Serena’s fortune to the trusteeship of the … Continue

Regency Reader Questions: A Cheesy Question

  A Cheesy QuestionIn the c. 1832 publication, “Whom to Marry and How to Get Married…,” there is a description on pg 24 that implies that it is horrifyingly uncouth for a young lady to … Continue

Kasey Michaels: The Rambunctious Lady Royston

Part of her “Alphabet” Regencies, The Rambunctious Lady Royston may look a bit like a traditional Regency, but anachronisms and some steamier than standard scenes place this in the class of contemp hist-ro/Reg Rom. The … Continue