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teamhandh
June 27 2014

Trope of the Month: Romances at Weddings!

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...
Miranda Neville
June 18 2014

Separated Spouses in Historicals from Balogh, Haymore, Guhrke, and More!

Today we welcome author Miranda Neville to Heroes and Heartbreakers. Miranda's forthcoming release, Lady Windermere's Lover, has a married couple who've been apart for a year (his choice,...
GayleCallen
April 29 2014

10 Tropes That Make Historical Romance Awesome

Today we're thrilled to have not one but three authors—Gayle Callen, Laura Lee Guhrke, and Caroline Linden—weigh in on one of our favorite genres, historical romance. Gayle's latest...
CherylSneed
April 28 2014

First Look: Laura Lee Guhrke’s How to Lose a Duke in Ten Days (April 29, 2014)

Laura Lee Guhrke How to Lose a Duke in Ten Days (An American Heiress in London) Avon / April 29, 2014 / $7.19 print, $6.99 digital From the moment she met the devil-may-care...
teamhandh
April 23 2014

May 2014 Romance Novel New Releases Shopping List

Find your future faves with this delightfully convenient shopping list of romance novels coming out in May. We’ve divided them up by subgenre to make it easier for those who’ve got a very...
Janga
March 5 2014

Made in America: American Heroines and Heroes in English-Set Historical Romances

For well over four decades, authors of historical romance novels have found that the conflict between American and British cultures adds interesting layers to the relationship between the hero and the...
rachelkb
December 25 2013

H&H Bloggers Recommend: Best of 2013, Day 4

May old friends be forgot? We don't think so! We're celebrating our favorite reads with four days of the Best of 2013. We asked our bloggers for their favorite books of 2013, with one stipulation,...
Janga
December 7 2013

Top 10 American Historicals: An Opinionated Opinion

I grew up reading and rereading Elswyth Thane’s Williamsburg series, not exactly romance fiction, but with all the matches from Tibby and Julian in Colonial America through six more books to their...
LauraLeeGuhrke
November 1 2013

Matchmaking 101: How to Help Your Friends Find Love

Today we're joined by author Laura Lee Guhrke, whose When the Marquess Met His Match is all about matchmaking and the course of true love. While Laura's book is a historical romance, the tips...
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...
Janga
July 17 2013

Class Differences in Historical Romance, Part 1: The Triumph of Love Over Level

Part One: Marrying the Maid (Or the Governess or . . .) The theme of love powerful enough to overcome the boundaries of class is rooted deeply in the tradition of romance fiction. Whether one views...
Myretta
June 20 2013

Top Five Bluestocking Romances from Chase, Ashworth, Ivory, and More!

Let's start right out with the basics. The Oxford English Dictionary defines bluestocking as “Of, belonging, or relating to a series of assemblies or salons held c. 1750 by a group...
EVail
January 6 2013

Rarer Than Hen’s Teeth: Sexually Experienced Heroines in Historical Romance

With Chelsea Mueller’s recent Heroes and Heartbreakers article on sexually experienced contemporary and paranormal romance heroines, she took an excellent look at the slut-shaming that can often...
WendyCrutcher
December 29 2012

Ring in with Romance!: Best of 2012, Day 3

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,...
EvangelineHolland
October 9 2012

History Isn’t Just the Regency: Unusual Time Periods for Historical Romance

For far too long, Beau Brummel's cravat has held a stranglehold on historical romance! Yes, we dip our toes in books set twenty or thirty years on either side of the Regency, and some even—daringly—dabble...
WendyCrutcher
September 4 2012

Bookshelf Babes and Hardcover Heroes: Favorite Librarians in Romance

It is not the easiest thing to suspend disbelief when a romance deals with an aspect of your life that you have intimate, day-to-day knowledge about. I know more than one lawyer who simply cannot read...
buriedbybooks
April 26 2012

Romance in the Ruins: Archaeology and Adventure Romances

Sun, sand, mysteries from times long past... There’s just something so inherently romantic about archaeology. Sure, it’s a lot of tedious digging, but it’s also a field where each discovery changes...
CherylSneed
December 21 2011

Fresh Meat: Laura Lee Guhrke’s Trouble at the Wedding (Dec. 27, 2011)

Laura Lee Guhrke Trouble at the Wedding Avon, December 27, 2011, $ 7.99/$4.99 digital Annabel is about to marry the perfect man . . . The last thing Miss Annabel Wheaton desires is true...
EvangelineHolland
November 18 2011

What’s Old Is New: E-book Reissues from Guhrke, Carr, and Canham

The opportunities welcomed by self-publishing e-books has opened the doors not only for authors who color just slightly beyond the lines, but for veteran authors to dust off their out-of-print (OOP)...