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LDS authors flock to the Regency romance genre

A couple of years ago while reading the Whitney Award Finalists, I fell in love with Sarah M. Eden’s writing. Her Regency romance novel, Seeking Persephone (then self-published, and now republished by Covenant Communications), was a delight to read. It was reminiscent of a Jane Austen novel, but oh-so-much easier to digest. Don’t get me wrong. The writing was wonderful, and the research impeccable, but . . . the presentation was a bit more reader-friendly to the modern reader such as myself.

Sarah Eden, a member of the LDS church, started writing regencies when she couldn’t find any recently published ones that were free from explicit material.

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