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Feb 7 2014 10:30am

What a Rancher Wants by Sarah M. AndersonToday we're delighted to welcome author Sarah M. Anderson back to Heroes and Heartbreakers. Sarah's latest release, What a Rancher Wants, has one of our favorite tropes, where the hero falls for the best friend's little sister (plus there's scandal, and betrayal, and sheltered upbringings). Sarah is here to talk about men and their manscaping. Thanks, Sarah!

A few months ago, I wrote about my personal bias toward/against women waxing their pubic areas and asked readers what they thought about heroines in romance novels who do/do not shave, wax, laser, or otherwise tame their “ladygardens,” as one commenter so delicately put it.

I was in the ‘can’t be bothered/too cheap/don’t like pain or regrowth (itchy!)’ camp. But there were a surprising number of people, both readers and authors, who are all for paying gardeners to manicure the greenery, so to speak.

Pros for trimming the hedge included how it felt for the heroine during sex, how the heroine felt during sex and, let me see, how the heroine felt during sex. And, frankly, that’s a pretty darn good list of reasons. If it works for you, go for it!

This leads us to the inevitable question (you saw this coming, right?): How do you feel about heroes who wax?

[Go below the belt...]

Oct 31 2013 4:30pm

Expecting a Bolton Baby by Sarah M. AndersonSarah M. Anderson
Expecting a Bolton Baby
Harlequin / November 1, 2013 / $5.25 print, $4.99 digital

In this Bolton Brothers book, first comes the baby…and maybe then comes marriage? 

He'd never expected to see Stella Caine again. After one wild night, she'd walked away—right after revealing that her father was the one man who could threaten the biggest business deal of Bobby Bolton's career. So Bobby left her alone. 

Until now. 

Now Stella is pregnant and staying in his condo. This is a complication that can be solved only one way: marriage. Bobby wants to do the right thing. Hell, he wants her—has never stopped wanting her. Surely he can convince her to say yes, even without those three little words….

I have a confession to make: I don’t get the latest trend of motorcycle guys in romance. I’m sorry, I don’t. Maybe it’s a personal preference issue. I tend to prefer men who look like they’ve showered, shaved and had a hair cut in recent memory. And tattoos? Tattoos officially jumped the shark when it became socially acceptable for every frat boy, grandmother, and celebrity poser to have one.

But the way Sarah M. Anderson writes motorcycle guys? I might have to come around to a new way of thinking. Bobby Bolton may have a reputation in his family of being the youngest “screw-up” brother, but he’s actually the brains behind the family motorcycle operation.

[Smart is always sexy...]

Jul 24 2013 9:30am

Find your future faves with this delightfully convenient shopping list of romance novels coming out in August. We’ve divided them up by subgenre to make it easier for those who’ve got a very specific obsession and there are some great books to look forward to—from fake fiances and lovers separated by class to vampires with dragon tattoos and cowboys. Our shopping list is the biggest yet, so don’t forget to take this printable version with you when it’s time to shop!

Heroes and Heartbreakers August 2013 Shopping List!
Paranormal/Urban Fantasy/SfR

[Check out the complete list!...]