So besides these historical romance sites, what else does the book have? I will give you the titles of the other chapters, with their explanations:
Chapter 2 - How to Time Travel - Instructions for taking a walk in the footsteps of your favorite heroine
Chapter 4 - Ye Olde Maps
Chapter 5 - Dining - like an English lady or a bloke in a pub
Chapter 6 - Sleeping - like a princess or a governess on holiday
Chapter 7 - Walk, Float, or Dance - into the romantic past
Chapter 8 - Shopping - in Merry Old England
Chapter 9 - The Country Life - easy day trips and overnights to charming villages and nearby palaces and castles
Chapter 10 - Before You Go - What would Emma advise?
Even the Appendices are interesting. I kid you not:
I Novels quoted in the Guide
II Suggested novels to accompany your journey
III Link to end notes
Image credits & additional acknowledgements
And on top of all the great information, there are tons of old-timey black and white photos that are really rad. Most importantly, you don't have to be a romance reader or even a reader at all to enjoy this book. I will tell you that an enormous amount of time and research went into the making of Romance Readers Guide to Historic London. (19th century) Hats off to Sonja for coming up with a concept that provides information that is just so darn unique. Nice job!