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message 1: by Gisela, Moderator (new)

Gisela (chicadorlando) | 4022 comments I'm doing the July challenge and would like to include a colonial or revolutionary romance, any suggestions?


message 2: by Lisa Kay, Moderator (last edited Jul 04, 2011 12:27PM) (new)

Lisa Kay (lisakayalicemaria) | 20797 comments The Charade  by Laura Lee Guhrke (revolutionary) was excellent; but, it is an early Laura Lee Guhrke, so I don't know how easy it is to find.


message 3: by Gisela, Moderator (new)

Gisela (chicadorlando) | 4022 comments It's available as an ebook, yay!


message 4: by Lisa Kay, Moderator (last edited Jul 04, 2011 12:28PM) (new)

Lisa Kay (lisakayalicemaria) | 20797 comments Surrender (MacKinnon’s Rangers, #1) by Pamela Clare is colonial; one of my best reads so far this year.


message 5: by Debbie (new)

Debbie (halfpint66) | 138 comments I love the Colonial/Revolutionary era. I would love to join your challenge but I already have enough to deal with. Sorry.


message 6: by Michelle (new)

Michelle Gilmore | 3220 comments Lisa Kay wrote: "Surrender (MacKinnon’s Rangers, #1) by Pamela Clare is colonial; one of my best reads so far this year."

I'm adding this one to my tbr, sounds good!


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Kit★ (xkittyxlzt) | 1416 comments Winds of Glory by Susan Wiggs takes place during the Revolution, but I don't know if it'd be easy to find, b/c it's out of print. It was good though, I read it about 9-10 years ago, found it at a used book shop.


message 8: by Kit★ (new)

Kit★ (xkittyxlzt) | 1416 comments Winds of Glory by Susan Wiggs takes place during the Revolution, but I don't know if it'd be easy to find, b/c it's out of print. It was good though, I read it about 9-10 years ago, found it at a used book shop.


message 9: by Kit★ (new)

Kit★ (xkittyxlzt) | 1416 comments Winds of Glory by Susan Wiggs takes place during the Revolution, but I don't know if it'd be easy to find, b/c it's out of print. It was good though, I read it about 9-10 years ago, found it at a used book shop.


message 10: by Zoe (new)

Zoe When looking for unusual timeperiods, I find inspirational is breaking many more barriers than what you might call historical romance is. A colonial I read recently was Deanne Gist's A Bride Most Begrudging by Deeanne Gist . She does lots of interesting stff - I think another recent one was Victorian San Francisco.


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