top of page

Regency Romance

During the Regency period, the privileged elite were no longer the only ones who could partake in the multitude of parties and extravaganzas—as evidenced by Beau Brummell's rise to fame. Also, the moral outrage of the Victorian era wouldn't dampen the fun for decades to come.

The Regency years were a golden age of creative entertainments, thereby providing an excellent backdrop for fun romantic escapades.

Lucille's stories lean toward sweet rather than spicy.


"Locklin well understands the genre and history, setting up delightful provincial scenes that use the era as more than window dressing.  I am always interested in the historical elements, and her thorough knowledge of homeopathy and its origins was a really interesting addition."  - Regency Reader

bottom of page