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- Posts: 1027
- Joined: December 2008
- Location: London
I didn't even realise Highland Romance was a genre.
Who else writes them apart from Gabaldon? (And I guess Sir Walter Scott...)
listen:there's a hell
of a good universe next door;let's go
- Posts: 2642
- Joined: August 2008
There are loads of them
Julia London has written a few, Hannah Howell, Connie Brockway, Marsha Canham, Julie Garwood and many others.
Here's a website which lists quite a few:
- Posts: 3751
- Joined: September 2008
- Location: Wisconsin, USA
Nora Roberts has one or two as well. I really like her Rebellion.
- Posts: 249
- Joined: October 2009
- Location: Chicago
Yes, there are LOADS of them. It's one of the few romance sub-genres that (my?) local bookstores keep stocked. Right now, it seems like EVERYTHING on the romance shelves is paranormal, Scottish, or mystery romance (or a historical that I've already read or rejected).