Last Waltz (1912). Clarence F. Underwood. Viennese postcard.Another article.  What do you think?  The debate continues.  Frankly, I think it’s come to a point that it needs a bit of rejuvenation on many levels.  For me, it’s more than a love story – it’s a life story.  I love historical romance because I love reading about lives in the Regency and Victorian eras.

Are you bored with HR?  What do you think is needed to spice it up?

Here is the article below.

Source: Topic Tuesday: Is Historical Romance Dead? | Modern Belles of History



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