I love a little twist of paranormal -- whether it be time travel, ghosts or - ahem - the lately all-too-popular vampires.
I really HATE how when you google a specific genre(s)and you include the word "romance," (because books are soooo much more interesting with an intertwined romantic thread) the search comes back with a zillion books featuring fabio look-alikes and titles like "Kiss me or I shall die."
SO, here is my list favorite, tried and true, read (and probably re-read) books that satisfy one or all three of my favorite genres - Historical, Paranormal, Romance
Lastly, Because this list includes ALL of my favorite books I have included a couple that were favorites of mine as a young adult. I would recommend them to anyone looking for a good book for their pre-teen/teen."
"I don't this one needs any introduction. But, I will say this: A beautiful series for a wide range of ages. MOMS - If you are clueless about the Twilight series, and for that reason hesitant to let your daughter in on Edward-mania, the saga promotes abstinence, not a bad lesson if you ask me. But then again, you didn't. :)"
"This was a fairly light read. It took a few chapters to really hook me, but when it did, it DID. If I am be to critical, I felt it lacked imagery. I have very high hopes for the second book. I just finished reading Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series, and almost everything pales to that."
"Well goodness, who hasn't read this one? But I love it just the same. And it's loosely based on true events. Pretty cool. Basically for me it was like imagining playing house on steroids. When you look at it that way, as a kid, it becomes a lot of fun."
"This one I read enough times for the pages to fall out. An excellent read for 13ish young girls. It inspired me to be independent and was a key book that developed my love of reading novels, especially historical fiction."