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Fri
Mar 10 2017 1:17pm

Breaking News: Sarah MacLean Announces Bareknuckle Bastards Series!

Author Sarah MacLean announced on Twitter today that we've got new books to look forward to!!

The Day of the Duchess author is starting a new series called Bareknuckle Bastards, and promises that we'll get a peak at the Bastards in the upcoming Scandal and Scoundrels series release. 


 

We're so excited!

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Fri
Feb 10 2017 5:30pm

Slings & Arrows: Romance News and Deals from Lauren D.M. Smith, Lili Valente, and More

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The Emperor's Arrow by Lauren D.M. Smith

Deal Alert: Lauren D.M. Smith's The Emperor's Arrow is $.99 on iBooks | Amazon | B&N | Kobo | etc.* Get swept into a high-fantasy romance, full of kick-ass lady warrirors. And make sure you check out 11 more unforgettable fantasy novels from this Winter 2017.

Deal Alert: Lili Valente's A Love So Dangerous is FREE on Amazon | Kobo | B&N | etc.* A dirty-talking bad boy takes center stage in this scorching hot romance. What is it about dirty-talking heroes that we just can't get enough of?

Deal Alert: Christine Kingsley's Return to Love is FREE on Amazon | iBooks | Kobo | B&N | etc.* A bakery owner and the cowboy she never forgot meet up in this small town romance. If you were a small town romance, what would you be?

[+A Kresley Cole reading guide and more...]

Tue
Jan 10 2017 4:00pm

Where’s Sera’s Baby? and Other Questions We Have for The Day of the Duchess

The Day of the Duchess by Sarah MacLean

This post contains spoilers for all books in the Scandal & Scoundrel series by Sarah MacLean and heavy speculation on what's to come in The Day of the Duchess. 

Sarah MacLean’s Scandal & Scoundrel series is loosely based on modern celebrity scandals, complete with gossip rag columns sprinkled throughout. As with modern scandals, we readers don’t know the full story or probably even half of the story. But isn’t it delicious to speculate? Let’s do.

The next installment in the series is The Day of the Duchess, featuring the Duke and Duchess of Haven, Malcolm and Seraphina. In the first book, the heroine, Sera’s sister Sophie, pushes the Duke into a fish pond at a garden party after a very public row… after she catches him with someone who is very much not Sera. It causes a scandal that compels Sophie to dash off into the country, get shot, get married, etc. That shove is really the catalyst for the plot of The Rogue Not Taken. To say it’s memorable is an understatement.

In book two, A Scot in the Dark, the heroine, Lily, has become a friendless outcast, until she meets the Soiled S’s. Like the modern day Kardashian sisters, the Talbot sisters (Sophie, Sera, Sesily, Seline, and Seleste) fill the pages of the gossip rags in London. Sesily and Sophie in particular befriend our Lily, standing up for her during her own scandal. But where’s Sera?

Sounds like we’ll find out in The Day of the Duchess!

What We Know

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Thu
Nov 24 2016 3:00pm

Trivia: Can You Remember These Romance Novelists’ First Novel?

It's H&H Trivia Night, and what could make trivia more fun!?—make it about romance novels! Flex your brain muscles and see if you can recall your favorite romance author's very first novel! There are some tricky ones on the list, can you guess them all correctly? 

Special Note: Each other is under their first full book under this exact pen name, not necessarily the first one they ever published under any pen name. It adds some extra spice, don't you think?

[Can you guess them all?]

Wed
Nov 2 2016 11:00am

Sarah MacLean The Day of the Duchess Stepback Reveal

Day of the Duchess by Sarah MacLean

Today we're thrilled to reveal the stepback for Sarah MacLean's The Day of the Duchess. Last week, we got to see the full cover, and the stepback is always a great surprise to find—especially in this case as it gives us a glimpse of the steaminess to come between estranged husband and wife, Seraphina and Malcolm, the Duke and Duchess of Haven! When you have a couple coming back together again—especially after everything this couple has been through—there needs to be a good grovel. Sarah MacLean is here today, too, to give us a sneak peek at just what Haven will need to do to win back his wife! Thanks, Sarah!

There are many many reasons to love this stepback. First, it's bananas
sexy. I mean, that hand, that back, that foot...where is that foot
going? *fans self* Second, for all its sexiness, it's so tremendously
romantic. The level of adoration that this hero is showing for this
heroine? It's just perfect. But for me, the best part about this
stepback is that it shows exactly what has to happen in this book.

The Day of the Duchess is the story of a marriage gone horribly, horribly
wrong. We first meet this couple at the start of the Scandal &
Scoundrel series in the first chapter of The Rogue Not Taken, when
they are knee-deep in loathing for each other. This book begins years
later, after both of their lives have been changed forever. Seraphina,
the heroine, turns up demanding her freedom, and the hero, Haven, has
to prove his worth to her. In doing so, he's going to have to give up
everything he's ever wanted. He's going to have to get down on his
knees. He's going to have to worship her. In short, he's going to have
to grovel. And that's why I love this stepback so much—he's so
devastated by their past—and so desperate for their future. I love
it.

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Thu
Oct 27 2016 4:22pm

Living for Lovegame and The Day of the Duchess: Romance News & Deals

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Lovegame by Tracy WolffDeal Alert: Tracy Wolff's dark, sensual romantic suspense Lovegame is only $.99 in e-book at Amazon | iBooks | Barnes & Noble | etc.* If you're curious about Wolff's backlist, Miss_D very much enjoyed her 5-part Play Me serial, noting: “Erotica on its own is good, but erotica with emotional angst and well-written characters is wonderful!”

Deal Alert: Susan Mallery's contemporary romance A Fool's Gold Christmas is $1.99 in e-book at Barnes & Noble | Amazon | iBooks | etc.* “In most of the more than one hundred romance and women’s fiction novels she has written, Mallery shows the messiness and the complications of families, and she shows her heroes and heroines finding what Frankie in Carson McCullers’s A Member of the Wedding called 'the we of me,'” writes Janga in her piece “There's No Place Like Home: Finding Family with Susan Mallery.”

Deal Alert: D.D. Ayres' K-9 Rescue romance Primal Force is discounted to $2.99 in e-book at iBooks | Barnes & Noble | Amazon | etc.* As Ayres points out in a special H&H guest post, the best romance heroes and most beloved dogs share a lot of qualities. How true is this, really?!

[+Sarah MacLean's The Day of the Duchess cover is heeeeere...]

Tue
Sep 20 2016 9:30am

The Double Standard of the Virgin and the Vixen, The Scoundrel and the Saint

A Scot in the Dark by Sarah MacLean

Today we're joined by Sarah Maclean (A Scot in the Dark) on Heroes and Heartbreakers. For both the characters in Sarah's A Scot in the Dark, they're faced with the double standards of the world they live in—neither one being wanted for anything beyond how society sees them. Sarah is here today to discuss this very double standard, and asks the important question: why can't we have it all? Thanks, Sarah!

The Virgin & the Scoundrel. The Wallflower & the Rake. The Bluestocking & the Bastard. I can hear your happy romance novel sighs right now, Romancelandia. We love a rogue. And not just in books. We love a cad in the world. The sports star with the winning smile and the scandalous past. The Clooney-esque playboy who finally meets his match. The natural-born charmer, tall, dark and handsome, who can have any woman he wants. I should know, as I’ve written my fair share of scoundrels, and fallen hard and fast for every one of them.

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Fri
Sep 16 2016 11:50am

Seraphina’s Hero Is Who?!: Scoop on Sarah MacLean’s The Day of the Duchess!

The Rogue Not Taken by Sarah MacLeanWe've been speculating about the heroine of Sarah MacLean's third Scandal and Scoundrel novel, The Day of the Duchess, since even before the release of Book 2, A Scot in the Dark, last month. MacLean teased that we'd seen this particular heroine before, and we gave it our best guess. Turns out—we were right!

Seraphina, Duchess of Haven, is our leading lady. Which makes her hero...

Wait, could this possibly be right?

Stop reading now if you don't want ANY spoilers about the book...

***Spoiler Alert***

[Should we have known all along?...]

Tue
Aug 30 2016 4:00pm

First Look: Sarah MacLean’s A Scot in the Dark (August 30, 2016)

A Scot in the Dark by Sarah MacLean

Sarah MacLean
A Scot in the Dark (Scandal & Scoundrel #2)
Avon Romance / August 30, 2016 / $7.99 print, $6.99 digital

A Scot in the Dark, the second entry in Sarah MacLean’s Scandal & Scoundrel series, follows Alec Stuart and his ward, Lillian Hargrove. Alec is the Duke of Warnick, a Scot who inherited the title after the 17 others in line for it before him died in a variety of unexpected ways. Most of them didn’t have families, so their properties and responsibilities all fell to him. Lily is one of those responsibilities, and after falling in love with the wrong man, she finds herself a pariah with no prospects.

The story begins when Alec is instructed to fix things and travels to London, finding a spirited young woman who is (justifiably) tired of men and rules. MacLean is a master of tension (she teaches workshops on it, I’m not exaggerating here), and the tension in the novel comes largely from a lack of trust between our main characters.

Alec was raised by a father who emotionally abandoned him after Alec’s English mother physically abandoned them to return to London (and then died shortly thereafter). Apparently she didn’t love her family enough to stay in the country, and Alec has spent his life either trying to win her approval or giving the metaphorical middle finger to England and wandering his Scottish estate barechested with two giant dogs for company.

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Tue
Aug 23 2016 12:03pm
Excerpt

A Scot in the Dark: Exclusive Excerpt

Sarah MacLean

A Scot in the Dark: Scandal & Scoundrel, Book II by Sarah MacLean

Lonesome Lily turned Scandalous Siren

Miss Lillian Hargrove has lived much of her life alone in a gilded cage, longing for love and companionship. When an artist offers her pretty promises and begs her to pose for a scandalous portrait, Lily doesn’t hesitate . . . until the lying libertine leaves her in disgrace. With the painting now public, Lily has no choice but to turn to the one man who might save her from ruin.

Highland Devil turned Halfhearted Duke

The Duke of Warnick loathes all things English, none more so than the aristocracy. It does not matter that the imposing Scotsman has inherited one of the most venerable dukedoms in Britain—he wants nothing to do with it, especially when he discovers that the unwanted title comes with a troublesome ward, one who is far too old and far too beautiful to be his problem.

Tartan Comes to Town

Warnick arrives in London with a single goal: get the chit married and see her become someone else’s problem, then return to a normal, quiet life in Scotland. It’s the perfect plan, until Lily declares she’ll only marry for love...and the Scot finds that there is one thing in England he likes far too much...

Get a sneak peek at Lisa Sarah MacLean's A Scot in the Dark (available August 30, 2016) with an exclusive excerpt of a selected scene.

“Lovely” Lily Starts Season with Specious Style

At half-nine that evening, Alec stood at the foot of the main staircase, trying to avoid the gaze of the painting nearby. The bejeweled hound within appeared to see everything from her position and, as she lay in repose on her inane silk pillow, she most certainly mocked him.

[Read the full A Scot in the Dark excerpt...]

Fri
Aug 12 2016 8:42am

What Would You Like to See This Year?

In the coming months you'll see reviews, excerpts, and more coming from our bloggers and guest authors from some of the biggest names in the genre: Sarina Bowen, Sarah MacLean, Nalini Singh, Robyn Carr, RaeAnne Thayne, Mary Balogh, and Mary Janice Davidson, just to name a few. 

What books are you most excited about? 

Mon
Aug 1 2016 10:57am

Breaking News: Sarah MacLean’s The Day of the Duchess is Next in her Scandal & Scoundrel Series!

A Scot in the Dark by Sarah MacLean

Sarah MacLean took to her Instagram and Twitter today to let us know that the next novel in her Scandal and Scoundrels Series will be The Day of The Duchess out early 2017. 

I'm curious to know who'll be next up in this exciting and delicious series.

When asked by a reader if the book's heroine might be Sera (Sophie Talbot's sister and another of the Dangerous Daughters, Seraphina), MacLean teased on Twitter that “you've met this particular duchess before!” but wouldn't say who!

 

— sarah maclean (@sarahmaclean) August 1, 2016

What are your theories?

And remember, if you're not caught up on the series, The Rogue Not Taken is the first book, available now; the second, A Scot in the Dark, available for pre-order, is out August 30, 2016.

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Mon
Jul 11 2016 3:00pm

Best Books to Read After Sylvia Day’s Crossfire Series

Seven Years to Sin by Sylvia Day

Sylvia Day is known for her deeply emotional, well-written and sexy as hell novels. I fell in love with her writing after meeting Gideon and Ava in Bared to You. If you’re bummed that Sylvia Day’s addictive Crossfire series has concluded, you can get your fix with these great reads:

Try out Sylvia Day’s back catalog!

If you haven’t already read her other books, you should! She is one of the authors who convinced me to read historical romance and now I’m hooked.

According to Day herself, Seven Years to Sin is the novel that inspired her to write Bared to You, so it’s a great place to start. Alistair and Jessica end up on a ship together, so if forced proximity entertains you like it does me, you’ll have a good time. Both characters have history together but Day resists the urge to put them into bed immediately, building up some A grade sexual tension.

[Treat yourself!]

Mon
Jun 27 2016 4:55pm

Nalini Singh’s Archangel’s Heart Cover & 5 Deals: Romance News

Grab a mug of tea and a scone and let's gossip about what's hot in romance.

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Archangel's Heart by Nalini Singh

Fresh Outta the Oven

Elena's armed to the teeth on the cover of Nalini Singh's Archangel's Heart! The next Guild Hunter book will be out on November 1, 2016—stay tuned for more scoop as we get closer... Haven't joined the Guild Hunter fold yet? Here's what you need to know.

Top Off Your TBR Pile

Deal Alert: Sarah MacLean's first Scandal & Scoundrel novel, The Rogue Not Taken, is discounted to $2.99 in e-book at Amazon | Barnes & Noble | etc.* [MacLean's] stories are like crack,“ says TanyaLK in her First Look at The Rogue Not Taken, ”where I feel so emotionally attached to the characters and can’t seem to pull myself away in order to do basic necessities like sleeping, eating…you get the drift.“

Deal Alert: Janet Chapman's time-traveling-highlander romance The Highlander Next Door is on sale for $1.99 in e-book at iBooks | Amazon | Barnes & Noble | etc.* Want more time-travel romances? We've got you covered.

—Deal Alert: Sonali Dev's The Bollywood Bride is marked down to $2.99 in e-book at Barnes & Noble | iBooks | Amazon | etc.* The Bollywood Bride is one of 27 books on our Ultimate TBR Pile.

[+Julie Garwood and Karen Robards steals!...]

Thu
Jun 16 2016 9:30am

Is the First Hero the Most Accessible?: How The introduction to a Series Can Make a Difference

Secrets of a Summer Night by Lisa Kleypas

If you binge-read series like I do, you may have noticed a trend that I like to call the Vanilla First Syndrome. Let’s assume that men are like ice cream and we readers enjoy different flavors. Let’s further assume that our authors want us to have a chance to experience their particular brand’s texture, quality, serving size… Okay the metaphor breaks down there. Here’s my hypothesis: if heroes are like ice cream and authors are brands of ice cream, they frequently choose to offer us a Vanilla hero before serving up the Salted Chocolate Bacon Pecan. (Please someone, sell that ice cream and I will buy the hell out of it.)

I was curious why this trend is so common and whether it was intentional, so I’ve done some “research.” (By research, I mean reading a lot.) I’ve been on a Historical kick lately, binging on Lisa Kleypas, Maya Rodale, and Sarah MacLean, so I’ll be using them as examples. I promise you, the trend isn’t limited to Historicals.

[Is there a butter rum pecan flavor?]

Wed
May 25 2016 4:52pm

It’s Raining Tropes—Plus-Size Heroine Deal & Roommates-to-Lovers Cover: Romance News:

Grab a mug of tea and a scone and let's gossip about what's hot in romance.

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Top Off Your TBR Pile

Big Girls Do It Better by Jasinda Wilder—Deal Alert: Jasinda Wilder's Big Girls Do It: Volumes 1-4 e-book bundle is FREE for the moment in e-book at Barnes & Noble, Amazon, iBooks, etc.* We are 100% here for plus-size heroines, always. (And heroes, too!)

Deal Alert: Julie Garwood's first Claybourne Brides novel, One Pink Rose, is discounted to $2.99 in e-book at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, etc.* Do you remember your first Julie Garwood? 

Fresh Outta the Oven

Kresley Cole's Arcana Rising cover hints at a tempestuous adventure ahead, though we'd expect no less from the Arcana Chronicles. Go check out the cover and look for the book, which Cole suggests may be “the most spine-tingling and sensual AC story yet,” on August 15. If you haven't taken the plunge yet, I'll just say the series is one of those that puts the “adult” in Young Adult.

Laurelin Paige and Kayti McGee's Screwmates sure is an attention-getter! See the cover and get an idea of the story behind the bold title over at GoodReads. The roommates-to-lovers/sex-lessons contemporary will be out October 24. You may have read these two before as Laurelin McGee.

[+Alpha Showdown voting, more book news & Sarah MacLean video...]

27 Best Romance Novels—Your Ultimate TBR Pile

Choosing only twenty-seven books for this epic post was painful, but cuts had to be made! Below, LucyH and TanyaLK tackle the impossible and give a very opinionated opinion of the twenty-seven books they recommend romance lovers should read to fully experience all our wonderful genre has to offer.

Contemporary:

The Bollywood Bride (2015) by Sonali Dev

Why? The story of a Bollywood star with a hidden past and the man she let go in order to save. The combination of the Indian culture and the tension between our broken heroine and hero holds the reader captive.

On the Island (2011) by Tracey Garvis-Graves

Why? An improbable story of a seventeen year old cancer survivor, T.J., and his thirty year old tutor, Anna, who survive on an island after their plane crashes. It’s a beautiful love story without the ick-factor.

Kiss an Angel (1996) by Susan Elizabeth Phillips

Why? A marriage of convenience between flighty up-town Daisy Devreaux and humourless traveling circus entertainer Alex Markov is never going to work. Or is it? The unusual circus setting and the passion between Daisy and Alex make this book irresistible.

[We know you want more ...]

Tue
Jan 26 2016 4:44pm

Romance News: Sexy New Adult Deals and a Sherrilyn Kenyon Cover

Welcome to H&H's daily news roundup! Grab a mug of tea and a scone and let's gossip about what's hot in the romance world right now.

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Phantom Lover by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Deal Alerts

Leisa Rayven's first Starcrossed novel, Bad Romeo, is on sale for $2.99 (down from $14.99) in e-book at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBookstore, etc.* You can read an excerpt from Bad Romeo as well as one from its sequel, Broken Juliet, here at H&H.

Noelle Adams' contemporary New Adult novel One Night with Her Roommate is free for the moment at Barnes & Noble, Amazon, iBookstore, etc.* Remember: Friends to lovers are the best...unless they're also roommates, which may be even better.

M. Pierce's erotic New Adult novel Night Owl, first in a trilogy, is currently marked down to $2.99 (usually $7.99) in e-book at iBookstore, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, etc.* Intrigued? Get introduced to Night Owl with a review by Robin Bradford.

Tasty Morsels

Sherrilyn Kenyon's new cover for the re-release of “the first dedicated all Dream-Hunter story,” Phantom Lover, as a standalone e-book. Read more about how the story came about (it was originally written for another publisher!), as well as the 16th anniversary of the first Dark-Hunter novel, on Kenyon's Facebook page. We're always up for celebrating the world of the Dark-Hunters.

[+Sarah MacLean & Lisa Kleypas covers!...]

Tue
Dec 22 2015 10:30am

First Look: Sarah MacLean’s The Rogue Not Taken (December 29, 2015)

The Rogue Not Taken by Sarah MacLean

Sarah MacLean
The Rogue Not Taken (Scandal and Scoundrel #1)
Avon / December 29, 2015 / $7.99 print, $6.99 digital

Lady Sophie's Society Splash!

When Sophie, the least interesting of the Talbot sisters, lands her philandering brother-in-law backside-first in a goldfish pond in front of all society, she becomes the target of very public aristocratic scorn. Her only choice is to flee London, vowing to start a new life far from the aristocacy. Unfortunately, the carriage in which she stows away isn't saving her from ruin . . . it's filled with it.

Rogue's Reign of Ravishment!

Kingscote, “King,” the Marquess of Eversley, has never met a woman he couldn't charm, resulting in a reputation far worse than the truth, a general sense that he's more pretty face than proper gentleman, and an irate summons home to the Scottish border. When King discovers stowaway Sophie, however, the journey becomes anything but boring.

War? Or More?

He thinks she's trying to trick him into marriage. She wouldn't have him if he were the last man on earth. But carriages bring close quarters, dark secrets, and unbearable temptation, making opposites altogether too attractive...

Sarah MacLean is an automatic buy for me when it comes to historical romance. If I even smell the slightest hint that she has a new book coming out? I am pre-ordering that sucker faster than you can say pre-order. Because her stories are like crack, where I feel so emotionally attached to the characters and can’t seem to pull myself away in order to do basic necessities like sleeping, eating…you get the drift. The Rogue Not Taken is probably my next favorite of hers besides my first love, Nine Rules. The writing is so clever and the story felt like a play, unfolding in three acts.

[It'll be your favorite this month ...]

Wed
Oct 14 2015 4:42pm

Romance News Roundup: This Outlander Coloring Book Wins the Day

Welcome to H&H's daily news roundup! Grab a mug of tea and a scone and let's gossip about what's hot in the romance world right now.

The Outlander coloring book—No one's safe from the adult coloring book craze—and I am grateful. Yeah, you read that right. I love to color, guys. So believe me when I tell you I am STOKED about the newly announced Outlander and Game of Thrones coloring books, out October 27. Oh, yeahhhh: You, too, can now lovingly pencil in Jamie's eminently touchable abs and Claire's glorious wedding dress. Who is with me and what other scenes are you eager to color as while away time waiting for new episodes of our beloved Outlander?

—BookRiot's next Slash Live! event—which combines fan fiction, pop culture, and shipping—will be held on November 7, from 3:30-4:30 p.m., featuring Sarah MacLean, Sarah Wendell, and Alexander Chee. If you like events like these, you may enjoy our Quickies writing challenge as well—author Delilah S. Dawson is crafting her scene as we speak based on these excellent writing prompts.

—Deal Alert: Cristin Harber's romantic suspense Garrison's Creed (Titan #2) is currently on sale for $.99 in e-book at e-tailers such as iBookstore, Barnes & Noble, and Amazon (via Bookbub).* See why Kiersten Hallie Krum enjoyed Titan novel Hart Attack so much here.

*We don't know how long deals will last, so get 'em while you can!