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teamhandh
August 8 2014

New Cover for Karen Marie Moning’s Burned!

On her Facebook page, Karen Marie Moning has revealed a new cover for Burned, the seventh book in her Fever series (it had a cover before, but there was no male torso). She also offers a glimpse inside...
teamhandh
July 25 2014

Trope of the Month: Time Travel Romances

Academically put, tropes are “common or overused theme[s] or device[s],“ which makes them sound like cliches, which makes them seem like a bad thing. But they’re totally not! Romance...
JessicaMoro
July 15 2014

The Otherworld Cup: Vampire-Free Paranormal Romances from Showalter, Cole, Halle, and More!

Paranormal romances are on the decline, but are they a “dying” trend? With fewer of these types of books out there, the authors who are publishing in the genre have been throwing new kinds...
MFrampton
February 24 2014

Karen Marie Moning Releases “Sex with Lor” from Burned

Karen Marie Moning has released a scene from Burned titled “Sex with Lor,” and Lor really, really likes his sex. “WHO AM I?” the blonde kneeling between my legs demands. I...
teamhandh
January 22 2014

February 2014 Romance Novel New Releases Shopping List

Find your future faves with this delightfully convenient shopping list of romance novels coming out in February. We’ve divided them up by subgenre to make it easier for those who’ve got...
JenniferPorter
January 3 2014

Too Big for Just One Post: Enormously Endowed Romance Heroes, Part 1

Let’s face it: There is nothing average about romance heroes—least of all their manly appendages. Bigger is better, and apparently we readers like it that way (well, I assume so because...
MFrampton
November 26 2013

Karen Marie Moning Shares a New Burned Teaser!

On her Facebook page, Karen Marie Moning is offering a sneak peek at Burned, out July 22, 2014 January 2015*: The king stirred from his reverie and stared down at the unconscious female in his...
TessaBailey
November 26 2013

Location, Location, Location: How Setting’s As Important As Character

Today, author Tessa Bailey joins us to talk the importance of location. In her new release, Asking for Trouble, the hero and heroine have to be in the same place because their best friends are getting...
jennyb845
November 4 2013

Power Couples: Eve and Roarke, Mac and Barrons, and More!

Romance readers are in the age of the billionaire and young, virginal, innocent heroine—many of the books being published now have a power imbalance between the hero and heroine. It is common...
Torifl
September 21 2013

Waiting to Inhale: Series-ish Business

Buying into a series can be a heavy investment, so it's not unreasonable to expect an equally heavy payout. Sounds mercenary, but it’s not. With more and more books crowding the TBR pile,...
MFrampton
September 5 2013

Karen Marie Moning Teases Burned!

The release date for Karen Marie Moning's Burned has been pushed to July 2014 January 2015*, but she's been busy teasing us with excerpts on her Facebook page. Including this Barrons and...
jennyb845
August 27 2013

Hear Me Out: The Best Audiobooks

Perhaps this sounds familiar: As of right now, my to-be-read list is 762 books. So how is it possible to get through more books? After thinking on it, I realized I spend a lot of time in my life...
teamhandh
July 27 2013

Poll: What Male POV Would You Like to Read?

Stacia Kane's Terrible-POV novella, Wrong Ways Down, finally has a release date (August 6!). It's always a worry when we see a point of view in a story that we haven't seen before that it...
MFrampton
May 18 2013

Art is Love: On Books and Music

Entertainment—whether it's books, music, TV, movies, or art—is a way for people to connect to those around them, escape from those around them, find an emotional touchstone, or simply...
JackieLester
May 14 2013

Otherworldly: What to Read and Watch If You Love Lost Girl’s Worldbuilding

One thing about the creators and writers of Lost Girl: they’ve spent a lot of time constructing this interesting re-imagination of the world we live in. Everything from the Dal being a place of...
teamhandh
March 15 2013

Karen Marie Moning’s Burned Cover Reveal!

Karen Marie Moning has just revealed the cover of Burned on her Facebook page. Burned is the next book that follows Iced in the Fever series spin-off. There's no description or release...
AnnaBowling
January 4 2013

Fairies Cast a Spell in Romance Novels: Moning, Putney, and More!

The fair folk have a long history of entangling themselves in the love lives of mortals. Shakespeare made use of this trope in A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Disney gave us a plethora of fairy godmothers,...
SageSpelling
December 31 2012

Ring in with Romance!: Best of 2012, Day 5

May old friends be forgot? We don't think so! We're celebrating our favorite reads with five days of the Best of 2012. We asked our bloggers for their favorite recommendations of 2012,...
MFrampton
November 6 2012

H&H Weighs in on Karen Marie Moning’s Iced!

Last week saw the release of Karen Marie Moning's Iced, a continuation of her Fever world. Even prior to release, Moning fans were concerned because Iced's lead is a fourteen-year-old girl;...
MFrampton
October 30 2012

Karen Marie Moning’s Iced Out Today—Thoughts?

It's finally here! Karen Marie Moning's Iced, a continuation of her Fever series, is released today. We're opening a no-holds-barred comments thread (SPOILERS!) for everyone to comment...
Torifl
October 10 2012

Charmed, I’m Sure: Witches and Wizards from Butcher, Moning, King and More!

Like many of us, I've always been fascinated by magic and those who could wield it. I grew up watching Bewitched and I Dream of Jeannie; I adored the comical situations these magical woman managed...
ChelseaMueller
October 3 2012

Can Karen Marie Moning’s Iced be as Hot as Her Fever World?

Karen Marie Moning set the gold standard for brooding alpha male heroes with Jericho Z. Barrons in her Fever novels. She also crafted a remarkably complex world of Seelie (light) and Unseelie (dark)...
teamhandh
September 5 2012

October 2012 Upcoming Romance Novel 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...
ChelseaMueller
August 31 2012

Kicking Ass and Taking Names: Action Heroines from Vincent, Brook, Moning, and More

Hollywood movies have figured out what romance and fantasy readers have known for years: Women kick ass. Katniss Everdeen (The Hunger Games) told moviegoers women can lead a rebellion. Black...
AlizaMann
August 16 2012

Ordinary Heroines are Special Too: Romance Heroines from Harris, Bell, and Moning

One of the most common types in romances as of late is the extraordinary heroine. Heck, maybe it’s always been that way, but heroines are either exceptionally smart, incredibly rich, overwhelmingly...
SmashAttackAsh
August 12 2012

Compare and Contrast: Romance Novel and Olympics Heroes

During the Olympics, we’ve all witnessed some pretty incredible athletes overcome serious odds, beat records, or compete with fierce determination. Thousands of fans cheered them on in the stands...
ChelseaMueller
August 3 2012

Top 5 Paranormal Romance Sex Scenes from Kane, Ward, Moning, Frost and Ione

It’s easy to find plenty of hot scenes within paranormal romance and urban fantasy books. For me, the absolute hottest ones are the ones that both scintillate and change the dynamic between the hero...
ChelseaMueller
July 18 2012

Stellar Sophomores: Karen Marie Moning, Richelle Mead, and More Series Authors with Great Second Installments

A favorite series doesn’t always start with a knockout book. We all have the friend who recommends her favorite author with the caveat “just get past the first book.” And, well, we’re just not...
MFrampton
July 13 2012

Seeing the Words: Literal Graphic Romance Novels

This week, Karen Marie Moning released Fever Moon, a graphic novel from her Fever world. Not only does it have a new Mac and Barrons story, it tells the story in graphic novel form, illustrated so you...
MFrampton
June 21 2012

Karen Marie Moning Offers Us a Cool Iced Excerpt!

Karen Marie Moning—whose Fever series continues with Iced, released Oct. 30, 2012—is offering an excerpt from the book on her Facebook page: Ryodan doesn’t like Mac. He never has. She...