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Covers of the Week #90: Valentine’s Day Regency

Check Sweet Savage Flame’s picks of these lovely Regency romance covers for Valentine’s Day!

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The Theme: Valentine’s Day Regency Romances

Love is always in the air around Sweet Savage Flame. This week is significant as it is Valentine’s Day in just a few days!

One romantic genre sure to make your heart flutter is Regency romance.

So, to make things even better, we’ve picked a selection of amazing Regency romance covers to share with you! They are seductive, sweet, and so inviting that you might want to pick these books up and take a gander at the sweetness that is hidden inside the covers.

The Covers

For the week of Monday, February 13, 2023, to Sunday, February 19, 2023, our Covers of the Week theme features Regency romance covers for Valentine’s Day!

The Covers (from Left to Right, Top to Bottom)

  • The Valentine’s Day Ball, Susan Carroll, Fawcett-Crest, 1993
  • Cupid and the Vicar, Judith Stafford, Harlequin, 1991
  • Captain Cupid Calls the Shots, Elizabeth Fairchild, Signet, 2000
  • A Valentine’s Day Delight, Karla Hocker, et al., Zebra, 1994

Your Opinion

What do you think of this week’s theme of Regency romance covers for Valentine’s Day?

Do any of the covers stand out to you as a favorite? Have a recommendation for a future Covers of the Week theme? Let us know, and we’ll try it out.

As always, please drop a comment, and let’s talk romance.

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Covers of the Week #62

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Theme: Regency Bride and Grooms

We’re continuing our celebration of June as the traditional month for weddings. We’ve found many Regency romance covers with brides and grooms that fit this theme.

These Regency-era novels feature the heroines being embraced by their men. Some look thrilled; others not so much. We wonder what’s going on there!

The Covers

This week from Monday, June 13, 2022, to Sunday, June 19, 2022, here are some traditional Regency romance covers displaying wedding embraces.