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scarlettleigh
October 26 2013

First Look: The Christmas Wedding Quilt Anthology (November 1, 2013)

Emilie Richards, Janice Kay Johnson & Sarah Mayberry The Christmas Wedding Quilt Harlequin / November 1, 2013, digital; November 5, 2013, print / $7.99 A FAMILY'S GIFT When they...
teamhandh
January 18 2013

January 2013 Bloggers’s Recommendations: Secrets, Disasters, and Motorcycles

Each month, we ask our bloggers to share the best thing they’ve read (or things, plural, if our bloggers declare a tie ’cause they just can’t choose). It doesn’t have to...
KateRothwell
October 29 2012

Stormy Weather Makes for Stormy Lovin’ (in Romance Novels!)

Oh the weather outside…. While waiting in line for batteries, bread and toilet paper to face the coming Franken-tropical-storm-Sandy, I thought, hey, I should get some appropriate reading...
VictoriaJanssen
September 29 2012

First Look: Janice Kay Johnson’s No Matter What (October 1, 2012)

Janice Kay Johnson No Matter What Harlequin / October 1, 2012 / $5.50 print, $3.99 digital As a high school vice principal, Molly Callahan is used to being the one with all the solutions....
Janga
December 8 2011

Christmas in Category Romance: Sappy, Sweet, and Perfect

I’m no cynic during any season, but Christmas, a holiday that is steeped in faith, family, and tradition for me, brings out the sentimentalist that I work at keeping under control, with varying degrees...
Janga
October 12 2011

Stuck in the Middle with You: Cabin Romances

I recently read Janice Kay Johnson’s All That Remains (Harlequin Superromance #1736), which was just released. The heavily pregnant heroine is caught in a flash flood and finds sanctuary in the attic...
SuperWendy
May 11 2011

Super Duper: Harlequin SuperRomance, the Gateway Category

One of the knocks against category romance I hear most often is that the books are just “too short.” Simply screaming an emphatic “You’re wrong!” doesn’t seem to...