Not sure where to start? If you’re looking for tropey fun and a queer play on the rake/wallflower pairing, try The Ruin of a Rake. If you’re looking for angst and hurt/comfort, try A Gentleman Never Keeps Score. If you want something short and weepy, try Tommy Cabot Was Here. If you like your romance with a little murder sprinkled on top, try Hither, Page.
Newest release! The Queer Principles of Kit Webb (Kit and Percy). (There will be a second book in this series, but it doesn’t have a title and I can’t tell you the couple without divulging some serious spoilers for the first book.)
Turner Series: The Turner series is a trilogy of loosely-related Regency-set romances that take place from 1816-17, plus a novella that takes place slightly later. Each of the books in this series is a standalone, but this is the chronological order:
- The Soldier’s Scoundrel (Jack and Oliver)
- The Lawrence Browne Affair (Lawrence and Georgie)
- The Ruin of a Rake (Courtenay and Julian)
- A Little Light Mischief (Molly and Alice)
Sedgwick Series: The Sedgwick Series is about the sons of a radical, slightly unhinged romantic poet. They take place in Regency England. Each book is a standalone, but this is the chronological order:
- It Takes Two to Tumble (Phillip and Ben)
- A Gentleman Never Keeps Score (Hartley and Sam)
- Two Rogues Make a Right (Will and Martin)
Regency Impostor Series: a trilogy of queer romances set in England during and slightly after the Regency. They all take place in the same universe with loosely related characters.
- Unmasked by the Marquess (Alistair and Charity)
- A Duke in Disguise (Verity and Ash)
- A Delicate Deception (Amelia and Sydney)
Page & Sommers: A doctor with PTSD and a lonely spy team up to solve mysteries in postwar Britain.
- Hither, Page
- untitled but mostly finished book two, coming late fall 2021
The Cabots: A series of short novels and novellas set in America in the late 1950s and early 1960s, revolving around a prominent American political family.