Some of the most famous books in the romance category are historical romance novels.

This list of books shows the attractiveness of historical romance novels and includes suggestions for the finest books to read to fall in love with this genre.

We enjoy reading historical romance novels as well as modern romance novels.

The reasons we fell in love with this genre are the historical romance novels on this list, authored by some of the finest historical romance authors.

These books may be the catalyst for you becoming a historical romance addict.

This list begins with our 4 top historical romance books, all of which are guaranteed to convert even the most skeptical reader into a fan of the genre.

1. The Duke and I by Julia Quinn

The Bridgerton series by Julia Quinn chronicles the siblings of a large family in Regency England. The Duke and I is the basis for the upcoming Netflix series Bridgerton. Daphne, the family’s eldest daughter, begins a mutually advantageous and fictitious relationship with an attractive duke who is determined to avoid marriage.

2. My Fake Rake: The Union of the Rakes by Eva Leigh

Pop culture has made it obvious that women, not men, undergo dramatic makeovers in relationships, from The Princess Diaries to Pygmalion. That’s why Lady Grace Wyatt, a rich woman, decides to convert her anthropological friend Sebastian into a “proper” gentleman in order to make another guy envious.

3. An Unseen Attraction by K.J. Charles

The spicy Sin of the City series by K.J. Charles is a mix of romance and mystery. Clem Talleyfer, the proprietor of a lodging home, is drawn to Rowley Green, one of his itinerant visitors. When a corpse is discovered at the hotel, everyone’s routines are disrupted, and they must work together.

4. The Beast of Beswick by Amalie Howard

We can’t get enough of a spicy version of a fairy tale (well, that and wine). Lady Astrid Everleigh does a Katniss Everdeen and agrees to do something dreadful in her younger sister’s place in this funny tale. What’s the worst part? Got married to Lord Thane Hart, a rich guy with a nasty look and an even worse attitude.

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