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CherylSneed
April 20 2014

First Look: Caroline Linden’s It Takes a Scandal (April 29, 2014)

Caroline Linden It Takes a Scandal Avon / April 29, 2014 / $5.99 print, $4.99 digital Sometimes It Takes a Scandal... Abigail Weston has everything: beauty, wit, and one of the largest...
redline_
March 8 2014

Judgment Day: Will Veronica Mars Choose Piz or Logan?

I don't know about you, but the closer we get to the premiere of Veronica Mars: The Movie (March 14, less than a week away now, baby!), the more excited—and nervous—I get. After six...
KateNagy
February 1 2014

First Look: M.D. Waters’s Archetype (February 6, 2014)

M.D. Waters Archetype Dutton / February 6, 2014 / $26.95 print, $12.99 digital Emma wakes in a hospital, with no memory of what came before. Her husband, Declan, a powerful, seductive man,...
teamhandh
January 29 2014

H&H Bloggers Recommend: Best Reads of January 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...
TiffanyTyer
November 22 2013

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: Karina Halle’s Artists Trilogy Love Triangle

When Karina Halle’s Artists Trilogy splashed on the scene earlier this year, it made its mark for several reasons: the con-artist heroine, the gamma-turned-sociopath anti-hero, and a romantic...
ChelseaMueller
October 31 2013

Who Needs Shirts?: Why Teen Wolf, The Vampire Diaries Are So Addictive

Book crack is a well-established theme here at Heroes and Heartbreakers. We’ve talked about what makes a book cracktastic—as in OMG I can’t put it down, but I probably should. Those...
JenniferProffitt
September 17 2013

First Look: Lisa Desrochers’s A Little Too Far (September 17, 2013)

Lisa Desrochers A Little Too Far William Morrow / September 17, 2013 / $6.99 print, $2.99 digital Have you ever gone just a little too far? Lexie Banks has. Yep. She just had mind-blowing...
StephanieWR
August 9 2013

First Look: Lynn Viehl’s Her Ladyship’s Curse (August 12, 2013)

Lynn Viehl Her Ladyship's Curse (Disenchanted & Co. #1) Pocket Star / August 12, 2013 / $2.99 digital In a steampunk version of America that lost the Revolutionary War, Charmian...
CharliMac
June 27 2013

Mixing Up the Tropes: Jeannie Moon and Jennifer Haymore

Who doesn’t love a good remix? Take something you like, kick it up a notch, and voila; you have the next dance hit waiting to earworm us all summer long. Romance novels do a bit of remixing as...
cmorgan
April 15 2013

Team Gale is Catching Fire in the First Trailer

Team H&H is a bit divided when it comes to the Team Gale and Team Peeta debate. That being said, the first teaser trailer for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire debuted last night during...
jamieloganbrenner
February 12 2013

(Not So) Bizarre Love Triangle: The Timeless Thrill of the Love Triangle

The lyrics of the 1976 hit song “Torn Between Two Lovers” by Mary McGregor captures the agony and the ecstasy of my favorite romantic dilemma: the love triangle. What is it about the love...
TiffanyTyer
January 17 2013

Television’s Messy Love Story: The Vampire Diaries

Love on TV is so hard to get right. Whether it’s trying to find the right time to put a couple together that’s neither too soon nor too late, or trying to finesse the almost-impossible love...
Myretta
January 3 2013

Torn Between Two Lovers: Picking Out the Hero

In my First Look on Susan Carroll's The Lady of Secrets ,  I talked about the fact that, in the beginning of the book, it was not possible to tell which of the two men introduced...
Myretta
December 9 2012

First Look: Susan Carroll’s The Lady of Secrets (December 11, 2012)

Susan Carroll The Lady of Secrets Ballantine Books / December 11, 2012 / $10.20 print, $9.99 digital Queen Catherine de Medici is dead, and for Meg Wolfe—successor in a line of...
jamieloganbrenner
November 18 2012

Homeland Heartthrob: Make Way for the Mid-Season Hottie!

Halfway through the second season of Homeland, It doesn’t take a CIA agent to detect the love triangle brewing. While Carrie’s recent vindication brought her back into the scorching...
teamhandh
October 27 2012

Day #9: The Vampire Diaries

Sorry, this sweepstakes has ended. Check our Sweepstakes page for more offers! We'd like to thank all the authors and publishers that contributed to our 13 Days of Halloween countdown,...
AnnaBowling
October 12 2012

Shipping in Hell on Wheels

The first season of Hell on Wheels introduced us to three couples who could each star in their own historical romances, but who's going to get the happy ending? Now that the season two finale has...
tinaconnolly
October 8 2012

Author Tina Connolly on Fantasy in Romance

Today, H&H welcomes author Tina Connolly to the site. Tina's new book, Ironskin, is a fey/steampunk twist on Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre. Ironskin's Edward Rochart is just as autocratic...
SmashAttackAsh
October 4 2012

Social Skills During the Zombie Apocalypse: The Walking Dead, Rhiannon Frater, and Jesse Petersen

*SPOILER ALERT: If you are not up to date with The Walking Dead, please read at your own risk. It’s the end of the world. Zombies are in abundance, lurking around every corner, looking for...
JenniferProffitt
October 2 2012

Who Do You Love: Heart-Wrenching and Hilarious Love in Doctor Who

It is a fact, universally acknowledged, that a man with a time machine is in want of a companion. After all, travelling all of space and time is lonely. The Doctor on the surface seems like a child—dashing...
TiffanyTyer
September 28 2012

First Look: Darynda Jones’s Death and the Girl Next Door (October 2, 2012)

Darynda Jones Death and the Girl Next Door St. Martin's Griffin / October 2, 2012 / $9.99 print & digital Ten years ago, Lorelei's parents disappeared without a trace. Raised...
RachelHyland
September 21 2012

Romancing the TARDIS: How Doctor Who Found Its Cool

When the new season of Doctor Who—Season 33 overall, Series 7 of the current era—kicked off on September 1 with “Asylum of the Daleks,” one of the major plot points to be revealed,...
RachelHyland
July 3 2012

Before There Was Mary Jane: Spider-Man’s First Real Love

For many people, the blockbuster 2002 movie Spider-Man was their first exposure to its wisecracking, web-slinging superhero outside of childhood Saturday morning cartoons and half-remembered Halloween...
ChelseaMueller
June 25 2012

True Blood Season 5, Episode 3 Recap: The New Nan Flannigan and Tara 2.0

Last week on True Blood, Tara became a vampire. Emma was revealed as a tiny little wolf cub. Eric and Bill made deals with the Authority. And Alcide didn’t want to be packmaster. Things we learned...
RachelHyland
June 9 2012

Goodbye, Gossip Girl: I’m Leaving You, and This Time I Mean It

I am so angry with myself. Livid. I should have known it was coming. I should have known it would come to a bad end: all disappointment, depression and outright disgust. I mean, my goodness, I’m talking...
ChelseaMueller
April 27 2012

The Vampire Diaries Season 3, Episode 20: Dangerous Dance Karma

Previously on The Vampire Diaries: Damon and Elena had hot-and-heavy makeout and Damon didn’t wreck it afterward, Evil!Alaric took Rebekah to find the hidden oak stake only to find out that the...
redline_
April 3 2012

I’ll Ship If I Want To: A Romance Fan’s Thoughts on Shipping and Shippers

While watching Moonlighting, did you find yourself pulling for Maddie and David to end up together? Did you tune in to The X-Files every week as much for Mulder and Scully’s chemistry...
RachelHyland
March 22 2012

The Hunger Games Film Review: What Was, What Is, and What Might Have Been (Spoilers!)

You know how, when you see a movie made out of a beloved novel—if you can bring yourself to do it, that is; oh, who am I kidding? We all do it—you have in your head at least one or two favorite...
redline_
March 21 2012

The Hunger Games Roundtable: Peeta’s Pathetic (and Gale’s a Big Damn Hero)

Stop now if you haven’t read all three books in The Hunger Games series. No, seriously. Go no further! *** Look, I’m not here to convince you that Gale should have gotten the girl in...
cmorgan
March 21 2012

The Hunger Games Roundtable: Gale’s a Sociopath

OK, by now we’ve all seen the opening salvos. There is the obviously superior Peeta Mellark, and then there is that other guy, his name escapes me at the moment and I don’t feel I should...