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teamhandh
November 19 2016

Author Spotlight: Remember the First Romance Novel You Read?

Everyone remembers their first! Their first romance novel, that is. Over the past two years, we've had the honor of hearing from some of the genre's most beloved writers in a special Author...
Nicola R. White
March 9 2016

Edutainment: A Beverly Jenkins Spotlight

To many romance readers, Beverly Jenkins needs no introduction. The award-winning, best-selling author of historical and contemporary romance has more than thirty books to her credit, with a focus...
JenniferPorter
June 25 2015

Hotter Than a Crowded Ballroom: Kate Pearce’s Erotically Charged Writing

Kate Pearce knows how to write erotically-charged romance. While not all of her books are erotic in nature, she has a knack for writing some of the hottest historical romance that I’ve ever...
JenniferProffitt
May 4 2015

What Would You Ask Your Favorite Author?

H&H recently kicked off a special author spotlight exclusively for our newsletter subscribers (Not on the list? Sign up here!). It's a chance for us to sit down with all our favorite authors...
maggieboyd66
April 29 2015

Little (Old) Women: The Women of Rosamunde Pilcher Multi-Generational Stories

One afternoon after reading Glamour magazine a friend called to tell me about a book that was being recommended and that she felt I simply must buy. That book was September and it was my introduction...
TanyaLK
April 2 2015

Top of the Charts: The Yummy Men (and Women) of Kylie Scott’s Stage Dive

True story: I happened across Kylie Scott’s  Stage Dive  series by accident. It was scrolling as a recommendation and since I was discovering New Adult, I bought it and devoured it in...
AnnaBowling
July 21 2014

She’s So Unusual: Sandra Schwab’s Historical Romances

What comes to mind at the phrase, “Black Forest?” A dessert rich with dark chocolate, cherries and cream? Old World forests where maidens and orphans might as easily find danger as well...