YA and Teen Historical Romance eBooks
If you're a lover of historical romance, there are a variety of great YA and teen titles available in eBook format. Choose from books by Cheryl Zach, such as Carrie's Gold, which is about a young girl falling in love during the Gold Rush. You can also check out some of the more recent titles available from the Book Depository and Powell's Books. A recent release by Emma Berquist is Devils Unto Dust, which follows a seventeen-year-old girl in West Texas shortly after the Civil War. The book is rated mature for readers 14 and up.
I Was Jane Austen's Best Friend
This I Was Jane Austen's Best Ticket eBook for teens and young adults is an original introduction to the life and work of the famous author. Unlike most children's books, I Was Jane Austen's Best Ticket focuses on real events. The author, Cora Harrison, specializes in historical fiction for children and has researched Austen's life for this book. Her research shows that Austen would have been thrilled to find her long-lost cousin in an unlikely place.
Despite being written in a diary format, I Was Jane Austen's Best Ticket is an engrossing and emotional novel about the life of the author. It is an entertaining look at the world of a young Jane Austen, and the author's cousin writes about her experiences while growing up. I Was Jane Austen's Best Ticket is perfect for young readers who want to know more about the famous author, but who aren't yet ready for her full-length books?
The story begins with Jenny Cooper, a girl taken in by Jane's mother and with marriage on her mind. The headmistress refuses to contact Jane's family, but Jenny's best friend, Captain Thomas Williams, swoops in to rescue her. The two girls are saved from the boarding school, and brought back to the family estate.
I Was Jane Austen's Best Ticket is a novella written in diary format about a girl who falls in love with a man who is absent-minded and rich. Her life experiences and feelings are rooted in the story and explore the issues of morality, loyalty, and integrity. Despite the fact that this novel is based on a true story, it is still an engaging and engrossing read.
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My Lady Jane
The New York Times bestselling My Lady Jane novel is now available as an eBook! The plot is based loosely on the life of Lady Jane Grey. A reluctant queen, a noble steed, and a mysterious conspiracist all combine in a wacky adventure story. But is it really based on the real life story of the lady? And does she have any hope of getting her husband back?
The author, Cynthia Hand, studied literature and earned her M.F.A. and Ph.D. in fiction writing. She lives in rural Virginia with her two children, two cats, and one crazy dog. She has an entourage of imaginary friends. And she's a New York Times bestselling author! Read more about her books here! But be warned, they are not all sappy!
The series has fifteen books written by young adult authors who chart their own paths in history. From witches and mediums to schoolteachers, hobos, and murderers, these heroines are all fighting for their independence. And there's no doubt that there's more than one heroine in these eBooks, so be prepared for a wild ride! Just make sure to pick a book with a strong YA historical romance!
Another great book is My Darlin' Clementine by Kristiana Gregory. This historical romance series will enchant YA readers. You can read the first two books in the series for free at the Book Depository or Powell's Books. For more great titles, you can also visit Powell's Books or The Book Depository. The authors of these books have written some of the most popular YA historical romances for today's readers.