Georgian

The Georgian era of British history is a period which takes its name from, and is normally defined as spanning the reigns of the first four Hanoverian kings of Great Britain who were all named George: George I, George II, George III and George IV. The era covers the period from 1714 to 1830, with the sub-period of the Regency defined by the Regency of George IV as Prince of Wales during the illness of his father George III.

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The Devilish Lord Will (MacKenzies & McBrides, #10)
Not the Duke’s Darling (Greycourt, #1)
The Earl I Ruined (The Secrets of Charlotte Street, #2)
The Other Miss Bridgerton (Rokesbys, #3)
Because of Miss Bridgerton (Rokesbys, #1)
Not the Duke’s Darling (Greycourt, #1)
The Girl with the Make-Believe Husband (Rokesbys, #2)
Born to Be Wilde (The Wildes of Lindow Castle, #3)
Wilde in Love (The Wildes of Lindow Castle, #1)
Duke of Pleasure (Maiden Lane, #11)
The Devilish Lord Will (MacKenzies & McBrides, #10)
Too Wilde to Wed (The Wildes of Lindow Castle, #2)
Darling Beast (Maiden Lane, #7)
Once Upon a Moonlit Night (Maiden Lane, #10.5)
Duke of Sin (Maiden Lane, #10)
Once Upon a Christmas Eve (Maiden Lane, #12.6)
Dearest Rogue (Maiden Lane, #8)
Jane and the Waterloo Map (Jane Austen Mysteries, #13)
ოთარაანთ ქვრივი
The Raven Prince (Princes Trilogy, #1)
დიდოსტატის კონსტანტინეს მარჯვენა
Wicked Intentions (Maiden Lane, #1)
The Knight in the Panther's Skin
კაცია-ადამიანი?!
Я, бабушка, Илико и Илларион
ჯაყოს ხიზნები
ხევისბერი გოჩა
Scandalous Desires (Maiden Lane, #3)
Thief of Shadows (Maiden Lane, #4)
Notorious Pleasures (Maiden Lane, #2)
კაცი, რომელსაც ლიტერატურა ძლიერ უყვარდა
მგზავრის წერილები
Because of Miss Bridgerton (Rokesbys, #1)

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