Trial by Combat

Trial by Combat Or the Changing Face of Justice  “Those woods are mine and mine alone for hunting.” “I am afraid, sir, that you are mistaken. Thos woods belong to my family and have been for six hundred years.” “The…

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Interview with Regina Scott, Author of “The Rake’s Redemption”

Veteran Regency author Regency Regina Scott joins us again to tell us a little more about her writing, as well as her love for Regencies. Regina’s first published book was The Unflappable Miss Fairchild in 1998, with Zebra Regency Romance….

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Why There Was A Regent ~ The Decline of King George III

Any Regency aficionado knows that many of our stories are set in the years 1811-1820 when George IV, Prince of Wales was made the Prince Regent. In the Regency Act of 1811 Parliament determined that King George III was unfit…

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With this Ring… in Gretna Green?

When my husband and I were married some twelve years ago, there were few impediments for us to reach the altar as soon as we wished to. He knelt down on one knee to ask me, I gave an enthusiastic…

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Interview with Cheryl Bolen

Laurie Allice Eakes (LA) invites you into an Interview with Cheryl Bolen (CB), author of Marriage of Inconvenience from Love Inspired Historical. Cheryl Bolen, author of Marriage of Inconvenience LA: What drew you to write about the Regency Time Period?…

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