Traditional Regency

The distinction rests on the genre definition of Regency Romance: works in the tradition of Georgette Heyer, with an emphasis on the primary romance plot, are considered traditional. Traditional Regency Romance writers usually pay close attention to historical detail, as their readers are notorious for noting errors, and the writers often do extensive research so they can clearly understand and replicate the voice of the genre.

The Grand Sophy
The Weaver Takes a Wife (Weaver, #1)
Summer Campaign (Signet Regency Romance)
Faro's Daughter
The Corinthian
Sylvester or The Wicked Uncle
Lady of Quality
Regency Buck (Alastair-Audley, #3)
Bath Tangle
April Lady
Black Sheep