Reading Challenge: 2020 Historical Fiction

I can't believe I'd forgotten to sign up for my favorite reading challenge! (Although, to be honest, it's hardly a "challenge" because it's my favorite genre, so basically, it's like that easy thing one can cross off their to do list!)

Hosted by Passages to the Past, the 2020 Historical Fiction challenge encourages readers to dig into more historical novels. Like last year, I'm going for Ancient History - 25 books.


Books Read

Mari Coates, The Pelton Papers
Tessa Dare, The Duchess Deal
Tessa Dare, A Night to Surrender
Tessa Dare, Once Upon a Winter's Eve
Tessa Dare, A Week to Be Wicked 
Maria Grace, Pemberley: Mr. Darcy's Dragon
Jennifer Kincheloe, The Body in Griffith Park
Jennifer Kincheloe, The Secret Life of Anna Blanc
Jennifer Kincheloe, The Woman in the Camphor Trunk
Eva Leigh, My Fake Rake
Diana Lloyd, About an Earl
Cat Sebastian, A Delicate Deception
Cat Sebastian, A Duke in Disguise
Cat Sebastian, Unmasked by the Marquess
Olivia Waite, The Lady's Guide to Celestial Mechanics


Comments

  1. Thanks for reminding me. I like to read the recommendations on the lists!

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  2. Ooh fun! I don't read a ton of historical fiction myself but I'm always curious to see what others are enjoying. Every once in a very long while I'll read a historical novel and really love it, so I'm always very lowkey on the hunt for the next one of those.

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