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Wed
May 22 2013 8:30am

June 2013 Upcoming Romance Novel Releases Shopping List

Find your future faves with this delightfully convenient shopping list of romance novels coming out in June. 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 steampunk vampires and Dommes to e-serials and a very special motorcycle club. Don’t forget to take this printable version with you when it’s time to shop!

**With newly added books from Entangled Publishing!**

Heroes and Heartbreakers June 2013 Shopping List!
 
Paranormal/Urban Fantasy/SfR
Shapeshifted by Cassie Alexander, Midnight's Captive by Donna Grant, Sleeping with the Entity by Cat Devon, Heart of Obsidian by Nalini Singh, Tiger Magic by Jennifer Ashley, Witch Bound by Eleri Stone, His Clockwork Canary by Beth Ciotta, Seducing the Demon Huntress by Victoria Davies

[Check out the complete list!...]

Thu
May 9 2013 8:30am

I Would Die For You: An Introduction to Zombie Romance

Warm Bodies by Isaac MarionFor quite some time we have enjoyed paranormal romance, time travel romance, and more recently even post-apocalyptic romance, but how about zombies and romance? I can't say I'm a fan of romance between the actual zombies or even humans and zombies but being a big fan of zombie fiction, and combining it with a fantastic sexy romance? Sounds like my kind of read.

This new genre could be titled Zombie-Apocalyptic Romance. By just calling it “zombie romance” it gives the impression that it’s a romance between zombies, and for the majority of books this isn't the case. And because most people's response to zombie sex is “eeewwwww” (my thoughts exactly) they end up ignoring the genre completely, therefore missing out on the books where the romance is between two people, just set in a zombie-apocalyptic world.

Although I am one of those who have a hard time with the actual zombie being the primary focus of a heroine/heroes affection, I do love it when my human h/h are fighting against the zombies, all the while fancying the pants off each other and wanting to have lots of steamy sex. One zombie/human love story that did work and was my first foray into zombie-apocalyptic romance was Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion.

As you probably know, this was one of the most anticipated movie adaptations of 2013. It's a quirky romance between “R” (our zombie hero) and Julie (our human heroine). There are no sexy-times, there's no real angst, and it certainly isn't erotic. But it's a sweet romance in a story that’s inspiring and makes you think about humanity.

[So...do these books have brains? Asking for a friend...]

Sun
Apr 8 2012 11:00am

The Walking Dead: A Budding Romance, or Just Wishful Thinking?

After finishing Season 2 of AMC’s The Walking Dead, I found myself obsessing about what might happen in Season 3—not about next season’s anticipated prison backdrop or how the death of Dale or Shane will ultimately effect the group, but what I presumed was my own flight of fancy, romanticizing the relationship between Daryl Dixon and Carol Peletier. As evidenced by the clip above, I am not the only one who is anticipating this new love amongst the gore.

[Love conquers all...]