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CherylSneed
August 21 2014

First Look: Liz Carlyle’s The Earl’s Mistress (August 26, 2014)

Liz Carlyle The Earl's Mistress Avon / August 26, 2014 / $7.99 print, $6.99 digital Women rarely refuse the wicked Earl of Hepplewood, whose daring exploits are only whispered...
teamhandh
July 23 2014

August 2014 Romance Novel New Releases Shopping List

Find your future faves with this delightfully convenient shopping list of romance novels coming out in August. We’ve divided them up by subgenre to make it easier for those who’ve got a...
CherylSneed
October 15 2013

First Look: Liz Carlyle’s In Love with a Wicked Man (October 29, 2013)

Liz Carlyle In Love with a Wicked Man Avon / October 29, 2013 / $7.99 print, $6.99 digital What does it matter if Kate, Lady d'Allenay, has absolutely no marriage prospects? She has a castle...
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...
teamhandh
July 23 2013

It’s a Boy!: A Royal Baby Roundup

We kind of had a thing for The Royal Wedding. Kate and William's romance swept the world—and swept everyone along with them. When the pair got married in April 2011, all eyes turned to the...
redline_
April 28 2013

Trope of the Month: Boss-Assistant

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...
Myretta
February 12 2013

First Look: Liz Carlyle’s A Bride by Moonlight (February 26, 2013)

Liz Carlyle A Bride by Moonlight Avon / February 26, 2013 / $7.99 print, $6.64 digital Royden Napier, Baron Saint-Bryce, is tall, dark, and ruthless—and on the hunt for a dangerous...
teamhandh
January 9 2013

February 2013 Romance Novel 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...
VictoriaJanssen
January 8 2013

Artistic Liberties: Heroes and Heroines Who are Artists

I love romances with characters who are artists. For me, it’s a way of seeing through the eyes of someone who is special in a way that I’ve never experienced, so I can imagine what it might be like...
EVail
December 17 2012

Painful Pasts and Current Anguish: Exploring Tortured Heroines in Romance Novels

As loyal readers of romance know, formulas exist for a reason—because they are highly effective. One of the most bang-for-your-buck formulas in romance is the tortured hero, the man spiritually...
CherylSneed
July 30 2012

First Look: Liz Carlyle’s The Bride Wore Pearls (July 31, 2012)

Liz Carlyle The Bride Wore Pearls Avon / July 31, 2012 / $7.99 Beneath the elegant façade of Victorian high society, the mysterious men of the St. James Society play only by rules of danger...
Myretta
July 26 2012

Top 5 Historical Romance Sex Scenes from Ashworth, Balogh, Barnett, Carlyle, and Laurens!

While it’s certainly true that you can find smoking-hot sex scenes in historical romance (see numbers 3 and 5), it is also true that a good sex scene conveys a lot more than the (repeated) meeting...
teamhandh
June 18 2012

July 2012 Upcoming Romance Releases Shopping List!

Find your future faves with this delightfully convenient shopping list of romance novels coming out in July. We’ve divided them up by subgenre to make it easier for those who’ve got a very specific...
VictoriaJanssen
January 16 2012

Animals in Historicals, from Tessa Dare, Ivory, Kinsale, and More!

Romantic Animals in History, or, no, this is not a post about bestiality in historical romance! Geez, people. I recently saw the movie War Horse, about a horse named Joey and his One True Love,...
StaceyAgdern
December 6 2011

The Eight Characters of Chanukah, from Lora Leigh, Jeaniene Frost, Megan Hart, and More!

I’d like to take the opportunity of this wonderful Chanukah holiday to honor those authors who have written about Jewish Characters in leading roles. Because despite pressure, market or otherwise,...
Myretta
November 3 2011

Learning the (T)ropes of Historical Romance: Putney, Carlyle, and Chase

There is no new thing under the sun. This is probably especially true of Historical Romance. It’s hard to find a Historical Romance that is not built around one trope or another. Just recently, Miranda...
StaceyAgdern
August 8 2011

Bookstore Beat: Mid-August 2011 Report

So what’s bringing people down to New York City’s Posman books in the midst of this crazy August heat? Plenty of cool things to read: Miranda Neville’s Amorous Education of Celia Seton and...
CherylSneed
July 24 2011

Fresh Meat: Liz Carlyle’s The Bride Wore Scarlet (July 26, 2011)

Liz Carlyle The Bride Wore Scarlet Avon, July 26, 2011, $7.99 Passion and secrets simmer behind the elegant façade of Victorian London in another deliciously intriguing novel featuring the...
StaceyAgdern
July 22 2011

Bookstore Beat: August 2011

What can we say about August reads that we also hear on the weather every day? Hot, steamy and exciting. But at least when books make you sweat, it’s in a good way. Romantic Suspense veteran Stephanie...
Myretta
July 15 2011

The Liz Carlyle Family Reunion

Reading Liz Carlyle is eventually like going to a big, extended family reunion populated with some very interesting relatives. This is not a complaint. Nobody does interrelated characters as well as...
CherylSneed
May 9 2011

The Bits in Between: How Julia Quinn Began the Interstitial Craze

Interstitial material is a fancy term for that stuff between chapters—diary excerpts, newspaper columns, fairy tales, quotes, etc. How do you feel about it? Is there too much of it? Not enough?...
CherylSneed
May 5 2011

The “Falling to His Knees” Scene in Liz Carlyle’s My False Heart

Let's talk about the Dark Side of Romance. Those moments of hopelessness, when our hero and heroine are at their lowest point; they feel they've lost the love of their lives, or death is approaching...