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WickedLilPixie
August 27 2014

10 Signs You’re Addicted to Sherrilyn Kenyon’s Dark-Hunter Series

With a series that shows no signs of slowing down, Sherrilyn Kenyon’s Dark-Hunter series has made for some amazing reading. And some Menyons are obsessed. Are you wondering if you’re a Menyon...
willaful
June 16 2014

You Never Forget Your First: Rereading Your First Romance Novels

The internet helped me locate the very first genre romance I ever read as an adolescent, a book that made such a strong impression on me, I still can't use the word “chiffon” in a crossword...
SugarJamison
March 4 2014

You Know You’re a Romance Reader When...

Today we're joined by Sugar Jamison, whose latest release, Thrown for a Curve, is the newest in her Perfect Fit series, featuring plus-sized heroines whose heroes think they're perfect the way...
teamhandh
December 26 2013

Getting What You Really Want for Christmas: New Books!

We hope everyone who celebrates had a wonderful holiday yesterday, and that there were plenty of books under the tree. But you always need more, right? We've learned of a few e-books sales— Cat...
teamhandh
December 6 2013

Friday Beefcake: Reading is Sexy with Cumberbatch, Hiddleston, Gyllenhaal & More!

Recently, we found a guy who likes girls who read. We thought we'd celebrate the boys who read, because let's face it—reading is sexy! Whether it's Benedict Cumberbatch posing with...
KatePearce
December 3 2013

Did the Victorians Ruin Everything?: The Importance of Accuracy in British Historicals

Today we're joined by author Kate Pearce, whose most recent release “My Heart's Desire” is an erotic historical story in the Gift of Desire anthology. Kate's next release, The...
juliabroadbooks
November 17 2013

CE, POV, Stet: Decoding the Author

More and more, authors are engaging with readers online. It’s great to be able to tell a favorite author how much I love her work. Just as fun as the peek behind the scenes as an author is researching...
ElizabethEssex
November 14 2013

Slowing Down, Delightfully, for the Holidays

Today we welcome author Elizabeth Essex to Heroes and Heartbreakers to talk about how important it is to savor the moment—something the hero and heroine have no choice but to do when they're...
teamhandh
November 14 2013

Vote for the Cover Pose for Manda Collins’s Why Lords Lose Their Hearts!

Democracy in action! H&H is excited to offer readers the opportunity to vote on their choice for the cover pose for Manda Collins's forthcoming novel Why Lords Lose Their Hearts, the...
Janga
November 7 2013

Addicted to Love: Anticipating Series Books from Beverley, Kleypas, Roberts, and More!

My name is Janga, and I’m a series addict. The habit goes back to childhood when my favorite fictional characters—Jo March, Anne Shirley, and Betsy Ray—were featured in series that...
KateRothwell
October 31 2013

Short and Tweet: Selling Books in 140 Characters

Have you ever read a short excerpt from a book that intrigued you so much, you ended up buying the book? I’m talking about an extremely short chunk — no more than 140 characters. If...
HeidiCullinan
October 14 2013

Romantic Attractions: The Thrills and Spills of the Reader’s Theme Park

Today we're delighted to have two authors joining us to talk about great romantic fiction. Heidi Cullinan writes primarily m/m romance, and her latest release, Love Lessons, tells the story of a...
teamhandh
October 9 2013

Vote for the Cover Pose for Zoë Archer’s Wicked Temptation!

Romance novel cover connoisseurs, we want YOU! If you've ever wished for the chance to have a say in the cover of a romance novel, this is your moment: H&H is excited to offer readers the...
Mad4RomBks
October 4 2013

Keepers to the Rescue!: Digging Yourself Out of a Reading Slump

Let’s talk about book slumps, when whatever you pick up just seems dull and you aren't interested in anything else. I have found myself deep into them on a regular basis lately, and I've...
JuliaLondon
September 30 2013

Author Julia London on Home Is Where the Reader Is

Today we welcome author Julia London to Heroes and Heartbreakers. Julia's most recent release, Homecoming Ranch, is the story of a woman who, after being raised as an only child by an irresponsible...
MFrampton
September 24 2013

Where Do You Donate Your Books?

Where do you donate your books? If you're a voracious reader (and we know you are!), you have many books you have read, and no longer wish to keep, but want to help find a new home. We asked our...
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
August 14 2013

Peanut Butter in My Chocolate?: Non-Romance Books Romance Readers Love

In a Morning Coffee of about a year ago, we asked our readers What's the Last Non-Romance Novel You Read?, and our commenters chimed in with many book and even genre answers. We already know...
ChelseaMueller
June 26 2013

Real Life Meets Fiction: But It Was Hot in the Book!

I recently devoured Tessa Bailey’s His Risk to Take. It was a romance with a lot of buzz from Heroes and Heartbreakers bloggers and readers alike. I tore through that book like there was no tomorrow....
JenniferPorter
May 12 2013

Find it Yourself: Finding DIY Authors

Did you know that Christy Reece recently released a new book in her Last Chance Rescue series, titled Chances Are? I’m a fan of this series and have read all of the Last Chance Rescue books, but...
JenniferPorter
May 2 2013

Fantastic Voyage: Discovering New Authors

No matter how many books you own or the size of your to be read pile, most of you continue to look for new books to read. Before online publishing and retail, chances are you browsed bookstore shelves...