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September 19 2014

Ahoy, Maties: Top 10 Pirate Romances from Hoyt, Lindsey, London and More!

Talk Like A Pirate Day is today, and what better way to observe the holiday than talking pirate romance? From Cape Cod to the Barbary Coast, Elizabethan times to Victorian era Brazil, these seafaring...
July 9 2014

Top 10 Scottish Historicals: A Verra Opinionated Opinion

Is it really true that if you’ve read one Scottish romance, you’ve read them all? Not even close. Within this hugely popular subgenre, there is an amazing amount of variety. History can...
June 26 2014

H&H Bloggers Recommend: Best Reads of June 2014

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...
February 19 2013

Swash Some Buckles: The Love of Restoration Romance

Looking for a historical setting that’s primed for romance? One, maybe, with a young and charismatic monarch on the throne; or maybe a monarch who has an eye for the ladies. Maybe you want an...
June 26 2012

Bring the Pain: Angsty Historicals from Ranney, Judith James, Spencer, and More!

Angsty romances aren’t for everyone, but stories where the hero and heroine really have to earn their happily ever after are among my favorites. There’s a certain catharsis in following a pair of...
December 24 2011

H&H Bloggers Pick the Best of 2011: Natasha Carty, Regina Thorne, and Anna Bowling

Want to know what books your favorite bloggers most enjoyed in 2011? Be sure to check out each post in the Best of 2011 series! NATASHA CARTY Spellcast—Barb Ashford Spellcast was one of...
October 15 2011

He’s Gotta Have It: Addiction in Historical Romance

"Hello, my name is Nicholas, and I am an alcoholic.” Let’s file this one under phrases that will probably never be read in historical romances, at least those set prior to the formation of Alcoholics...