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teamhandh
September 26 2013

October 2013 Romance Novel New Releases Shopping List

Find your future faves with this delightfully convenient shopping list of romance novels coming out in October. We’ve divided them up by subgenre to make it easier for those who’ve got a...
jamieloganbrenner
May 20 2013

You Never Forget Your First Time: Erotica Authors Recall Their First Hot Reads

Are erotica authors born, or made? After a lifetime of reading sex-drenched novels, I finally took the plunge two years ago and published one of my own. Now, five steamy (and occasionally raunchy) “Logan...
teamhandh
December 7 2012

Jackie Collins’s The Power Trip News Roundup

Jackie Collins fans, have we got news for you! To celebrate the upcoming release of Jackie Collins's The Power Trip, available on February 5, publisher St. Martin's Press has announced a...
jamieloganbrenner
October 18 2012

Author Jamie Brenner: “Everything I Needed to Know About Life and Love I Learned From Soaps”

Today Heroes and Heartbreakers is pleased to welcome author Jamie Brenner to the site. Jamie's Gin Lovers, set during Prohibition and the Jazz Age (unusual historical, anyone?) is also a serial,...
teamhandh
August 29 2011

Now Win This!: Jackie Collins

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kwanawrites
August 26 2011

Goddess of Glitz: Jackie Collins

For the most part the people I follow on Twitter are those who I could see myself sitting down and having a fun chat over coffee, or better yet, over cocktails. And though the coffee or cocktail chat...
EvangelineHolland
July 12 2011

Eff You!: Romance Novels are NOT Porn for Women!

Most of the jabs directed at the romance genre by non-romance readers have to do with sex—romance writers are frustrated housewives, romance readers are sex-crazed, the books create unrealistic expectations,...