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teamhandh
May 9 2014

Friday Beefcake: Famous Family with Eastwood, Wayans, Hanks, and More!

Most celebrities have a pretty good gene pool to offer up. To celebrate Mother's Day, we're sharing some gentlemen who have no problem showing off what mama (and papa) gave them! These children...
JanetW
May 9 2014

These Mothers Will Go Down in History: Moms in Historical Romances by Roberts, Balogh, Heyer and More!

Whether married or widowed, rich or poor, mothers in historical novels are an interesting lot. Most of them wield influence within their family circle but they do not have the external power of a father...
scarlettleigh
May 7 2014

Love the Mom You’re With: Supportive Mothers in Romance Novels

With Mother’s Day this weekend, our thoughts naturally turn to the women in our lives who taught and or are still teaching us so many things as they love, nurture and support us. With their encouragement...
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...
teamhandh
May 13 2012

Mom’s the Word: A Mother’s Day Roundup

Happy Mother’s Day! To celebrate, we present a roundup of H&H posts dedicated to this most deserved holiday. Whether you’re reading them again or for the first time, we hope you enjoy! Converting...
SuperWendy
May 12 2012

Converting Your Mom to Romance: A Test Study

I’ll admit I’ve always been a little envious of those romance readers who admit they got hooked on the genre because they found that ubiquitous “grocery bag full of Harlequins”...
HeatherMassey
May 9 2012

Moms of the Future: Why Are There So Few Moms in Sci-Fi Romance?

Ah, motherhood! It’s an unparalleled experience of cuddling with rosy-cheeked babies, holding the wee little hands of children during their wide-eyed discovery of the world’s myriad experiences,...
JanetW
May 8 2012

“My Children Are My Riches”: Mothers from Jo Beverley, Georgette Heyer, and Diane Farr

Happy Mother’s Day! This is an idiosyncratic look at three fictional mothers, with the connecting strand being money. “My children are my riches," sometimes translated as “These are my jewels,”...
AspasiaBissas
May 8 2011

Not Your Normal Mother’s Day Reads

Anyone who’s lost their mom has probably noticed that in the aftermath it suddenly seems as though moms are everywhere. We can’t turn on the TV, watch a movie, pick up a magazine, or read...
sambeerman
May 3 2011

Audioslice: Audiobooks for Mother’s Day

Back in childhood, your mother probably read to you. Isn’t it time you returned the favor? Maybe sitting beside her with a book isn’t practical, but that’s where audiobooks come in....