At A Glance: February's Harlequin Historical Romances

This month Harlequin treats readers to several delicious tales of love set in the past. Booklovers will enjoy The Last Cahill Cowboy by Jenna Kernan. This tale that wraps up that Cahill series is a family affair. Says RT’s Kathe Robin about this four-star read, “[t]he entire clan plays a key role in this story, making it an integral part of the series.”

Historical romance fans can also dive into The Wicked Lord Rasenby by Marguerite Kaye which takes place in Georgian England, Ravished by the Rake by Louise Allen which sweeps readers away to India on the High Seas and Lady Rosabella’s Ruse by Ann Lethbridge a Regency tale with lots of heat. These four books are reviewed in this month’s issue of RT BOOK REVIEWS magazine.

Additionally, the Harlequin Historical line also brings readers the latest from Carol Townend and Lucy Ashford. Their new novels are Bound to the Barbarian and The Major and the Pickpocket, respectively.

Says RT’s Whitney, “It’s not just the beautiful cover of The Major and the Pickpocket that has me longing to lose myself in this historical tale, it has been a while since I read about a pickpocket heroine and Major Marcus Forrester seems like just the hero who will help Tassie turn her life around.”

Want to learn more about these new historical romances? Click here to see all of the Harlequin Historical novels out this month!