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October 7 2015

Romance News Roundup: Kristen Proby & H.M. Ward Deals, and More

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. —Deal Alert #1: Kristen Proby's contemporary...
February 23 2014

Scott Pilgrim vs. New Adult: Scott Pilgrim, The Makings of a New Adult Heroine

When the film version of the comics series Scott Pilgrim vs. The World was released in 2010, I dove into Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Scott Pilgrim series, which takes place over six black and white...
January 2 2014

I’m Too Sexy for My Words: Erotica Authors as Heroes and Heroines

Erotica is a huge part of the romance genre, so it makes sense that a romance novel's hero or heroine might themselves write a sexy, scandalous novel. Oftentimes, these heroes and heroines lead...
July 18 2013

Coming Back for Seconds…and Thirds…and Eighths: Series Romance Dominates New Adult Releases in July

In many ways, contemporary new adult novels remind me of soap operas. They’re sexy, dramatic, and romantic, and they inspire a remarkable level of devotion in their hardcore fans. Readers of new...
July 12 2013

Hot for Teacher: Student-Teacher Relationships in New Adult from H.M. Ward and Cora Carmack

Once you’ve stopped singing that Van Halen song, let’s talk for a moment about how “Hot for Teacher” is a trend that has been escalating in the New Adult genre over the...
June 28 2013

June 2013’s New Adult: Nice Girls and Losing the V-Card

This month, funny New Adult (at last!), nice girls masquerading as bad girls, and losing the V-card all take center stage. My favorite new author of New Adult, and maybe my favorite author of the...
April 21 2013

April 2013 New Adult Roundup: Fleeing the Past and Betting on Love

A few themes dominate the New Adult stories currently topping the bestseller charts. First, there are the bad boys. Readers of all ages seem to love tattooed heroes with bad tempers and/or reputations...
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