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Historical novels

Tagged by time period and not the place.

Dark Age era 0 - 945
Medieval era 945 -1485
Tudors & Stuarts 1485 -1714
Georgian era 1714 - 1810
Regency period 1811 - 1837
Victorian era 1837 - 1901.
Modern era 1901 - 1950

For a specific subgenre use tags or the search engines (Elizabethan, Viking, Western)

Tags/Labels: What do they mean?

Baby-free (epilogue) tag contemporary novels without pregnancy or children younger than 18.
Career/Workplace heroine's career is a major plot element
Courtesan (or mistress) the heroine had clients other than the hero.
Marriage of convenience tag won't have a marriage in trouble tag.
Marriage in trouble tag won't have marriage of convenience tag.
Older woman and Younger man more than a 5 year age difference
Pregnancy the heroine is pregnant for the majority of the book or trying to
Reunited lovers tag don't include married (and separated) couples tag.
Tycoon-free contemporary novels without multimillionaires heroes

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Historical romance
Single title romance
Category romance
Heroines age? *
Romantic and sexual past
Heroine hasn’t been in love before
Not a virgin, but never enjoyed sex
Not a virgin, but shes been celibate since the break up with the hero
Support system
Does not have any close family
Does not have any close friends
Heroine has financial problems
The nurturer who puts everyone elses needs above her own
Not willing to tell a (white) lie regardless of the situation
Not willing to fire someone to safe money or her business
Not willing to ask for help
She rather does stupid things to keep her home (or lifestyle) than sell it.
She endures her hardships without complaining
Relationship with the hero
Blackmailed by the hero
The hero is an appointed guardian
Revenge plot against/ involving the heroine
Makes out with the hero after being falsely accused
Has sex with the hero for reasons other than she simply wants to
Historical romance
Sells herself so she can pay her family gambling debts
Courtesan, prostitute who never slept with anyone but the hero
Turns down heros proposal because she would rather be ruined than to marry without love
Single title and Category romance
Arranged marriage or forced by the hero
Has led a sheltered life or is very naive
Her main job is being the heros mistress
Unhappy because shes not married yet
Unhappy because she wants children
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I created this blog for those of us who want to see more than the usual innocent selfless isolated martyr heroine.

Each book will be judge on four different fields with a test
1) Romantic and sexual past
2) Support system and independence
3) Martyr complex
4) Relationship with the hero

the subgenre and type of book will be taken into account