There are a multitude of authors who write historical fiction romance, but sometimes it can be difficult sorting through them to find the best writers. Stephanie Laurens is a renowned historical fiction romance author who encompasses mystery, drama, and intrigue in most of her writings. The Jefferson County Library Cooperative downloadable collection has a large number of ebook/audiobooks written by author Stephanie Laurens available for checkout.
Laurens is well known for her series such as the Cynster and Bastion Club novels, as well as her single novellas and regency novels. One of Laurens' most popular series is the Black Cobra Quartet. This popular series is full of spellbinding and captivating intrigue and mystery. This top-rated series centers around four top officers of the British Crown fighting against a deadly foe known as the Black Cobra. There are many mindboggling twists and turns that are exciting and fascinating and will keep you mesmerized though out.
Although we have many titles by Stephanie Laurens, there are many other authors who write excellent historical fiction romance available in our downloadable collection. Just type the string of words “historical fiction romance” into the keyword search box in the classic or Encore catalog and choose either eBooks or downloadable audiobooks from the list of formats on the left side of the page.
Submitted by Karyn Davis-West
Wednesday, February 06, 2013
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