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Scarlettleigh
December 11 2014

Top 10 Treasures from the Past from Howard, Brockway, and More!

In Megan Frampton’s blog The Ten Romance Novels You Should Read (An Opinionated Opinion), Megan mentions Anne Stuart, Julia Quinn, J.D. Robb, E.L. James, Susan Elizabeth Phillips, Laura Kinsale,...
maggieboyd66
October 15 2014

Dysfunctional Parents in Romance Novels from Robb, Quick, Walker, and More

Plenty of people joke about how dysfunctional their family is. For others, it is no joke at all, but a sad reality. Romance novels examine this issue by looking at how coming from a tough home situation...
Torifl
April 28 2014

From Trixie Belden to Anne Calhoun: A Journey to Adulthood

Reading was my escape from reality when I was growing up. My childhood wasn’t sublime and I spent a large portion of time by myself. So I read. Books were my escape as they didn’t judge,...
Scarlettleigh
April 15 2014

First Look: Amanda Quick’s Otherwise Engaged (April 22, 2014)

Amanda Quick Otherwise Engaged Putnam Adult / April 22, 2014 / $26.95 print, $12.99 digital One does not expect to be kidnapped on a London street in broad daylight. But Amity Doncaster...
Janga
June 12 2013

Gentle Giants and Towering Beasts: Big Heroes in Romance Novels

Several months ago, I read Meant to Be, Terri Osburn's debut novel. As with nearly all the romance novels that make up my keepers, I fell in love with the characters, major and minor. One of the...
teamhandh
March 13 2013

April 2013 Upcoming Romance Novel Releases Shopping List!

Find your future faves with this delightfully convenient shopping list of romance novels coming out in April. We’ve divided them up by subgenre to make it easier for those who’ve got a very...
Torifl
September 5 2012

Package Deals: The Appeal of Ready-Made Families in Romance

Romances always feature people falling in love; sometimes the romantic love also has a familial component, with the main characters introducing their families to each other. Lately I've been reading...
KinseyHolley
September 7 2011

Rediscovering Romance: Thank You, Amanda Quick!

I started reading romance in the Old Skool days—late ’70s and early ’80s. I was in junior high and high school, and romance novels were my main source of information about sex. I learned more...
KellyFaircloth
May 16 2011

The Better to See You With, My Dear: Glasses-Wearing Romance Heroines

Despite Dorothy Parker’s protestations otherwise, men certainly do make passes at girls who wear glasses. Plenty of us can testify from personal experience, but there’s also romance novel...
CherylSneed
March 14 2011

From Zero to Hero: Geek Love Turns Up the Heat

When I say “absent-minded professor,” do you think of Jerry Lewis, the buck-toothed wonder, sporting a Three Stooges Moe 'do while screeching, “Hey laaaaai-dy!” Or does...