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Netflix’s New series ‘Bridgerton’: Can it fill the hole ‘The Crown’ will leave? – Press This! Film Daily

As if Shonda Rhimes’s empire wasn’t big enough, it’s now spread to Netflix with her  debut show, Bridgerton. This is coming at just  the right time for those who can’t get  enough historical period dramas – and for those who will have a missing piece in their heart once The Crown ends.

Looking for another historical period drama after ‘The Crown’ ends? The new Netflix series ‘Bridgerton’ could be the one.

Source: Netflix’s new series ‘Bridgerton’: Can it fill the hole ‘The Crown’ will leave? – Film Daily

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Georgette Heyer Quiz: Which Regency Romance Should You Read Next? (Press This! BookRiot)

Take this Georgette Heyer quiz to discover which of the author’s 32 historical romance novels you should pick up as your next comfort read. From the 1920s to the 1970s, she wrote 32 historical romances. The British Regency period is ubiquitous within historical romance because of her almost single-handed work.

Source: Georgette Heyer Quiz: Which Regency Romance Should You Read Next?

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Review: Love Is A Rogue by Lenora Bell (Press This! The Nerd Daily)

Reposting a review on Lenora Bell’s new book Love Is a Rogue: Wallflowers vs. Rogues (Wallflowers Vs Rogues) coming out October 27, 2020. Read the review here at the Source: Review: Love Is A Rogue by Lenora Bell | The Nerd Daily “Basically, Love is a Rogue has it all with laughter, romance, and all the emotions. Whether this is your first venture into historical romance or you’re a long-time fan of Lenora Bell, this book will make your heart flutter!”

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Sex might be easier to find these days. That doesn’t mean love is too | The Guardian

The search for romance is the same as it ever was – we just don’t do it in corsets any more.

Source: Sex might be easier to find these days. That doesn’t mean love is too | Nell Frizzell | Comment is free | The Guardian

A fun article about the realities of love while comparing centuries.