Good Ton - A resource for readers of Regency romance novels


It's.... back! Sorta. Welcome to Good Ton, a rebirth of one of the most comprehensive sites on Traditional Regency Romance.

*Disclaimer: Much of the content on this site is archived from the original creator of www.thenonesuch.com. I take no ownership of that content.

Tomes of the Ton

Thousands of Traditional Regencies, listed by author, most with plots and characters and many with ratings. Author listings include pseudonyms & web sites. There is also a Regency Story Collections page listing anthologies by theme.

Favorite Plots

Do you like stories about marriages of convenience? Or perhaps compromising situations are more your cup of tea? Here you'll find lists of Traditional Regencies by subject to suit all tastes.

Publication Calendars

See chronological listings of all Regencies published by Harlequin, Signet, Zebra, Candlelight, and Coventry.

Classic Regency Reviews

Reviews of Regencies published before 1996.

Regency Lexicon

Definitions and origins of words and phrases commonly found in Regency romances, in dictionary and thesaurus form.

Talk of the Ton

There's no messageboard at the moment. But maybe in the future...

The Upper Orders

The Nonesuch gives the nod to top authors & books. 
Also, Regency award winners, including the RITAs, the Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Awards, and more.

Eligible Connections

Links to other sites about Regencies and the Regency period, as well as places to buy new and used Regencies.

News

Interested in what's going on with this site? Go ahead, click the link. You know you want to.

New Book Submission

Is there a Traditional Regency Romance novel that isn't listed on Good Ton, but should be? Submit it here. All traditional regencies are welcome (even newly published ones).

To find an author, go to Tomes of the Ton
To find books on a general subject, go to Favorite Plots

 


Thank you for visiting.


 

Questions? Comments? Would you like to submit some content to the site? Shoot me an email at goodton2[at]gmail.com - we'll figure something out.


 
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Regency-era illustrations in page header found at The Republic of Pemberley.