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JenniferProffitt
April 21 2016

Describe Your Favorite Book in 5 Words or Less!

We're almost through the week, so we thought it'd be fun to play a little game. We all have our favorite books, but sometimes it's hard to articulate what's going on with them and why...
JenniferProffitt
April 5 2016

Do You Ever Have a “Freudian” Moment with Romance?

We've all had Freudian slips, however, do you ever notice them in your reading?  Last week, I had to serve jury duty, and it wasn't until about 3 hours into waiting and roughly one-third...
JenniferProffitt
March 23 2016

Do You Save Favorite Quotes?

As reviewers, much of Team H&H will highlight portions of books that we love or that resonate with us. Is that because we're reviewers or are we reviewers because we like to highlight......
JenniferProffitt
March 15 2016

Are You in a Reading Slump?

We've all been there, when we're just not feeling our to-be-read piles—we're in a slump!  Many people on Twitter, we've noticed are facing a similar slump. Are you...
JenniferProffitt
March 11 2016

Do You “Overcorrect”?

Do you read a really “raunchy” read and then head to your nearest go-to “sweet” author? Have you spent too much time with a vampire, and now it's time to go to the PD...
JenniferProffitt
February 22 2016

Do You Ever Read to Escape the Bad Weather?

Reading is escapism for many of us. A rainy day is a great excuse to stay in and read, and may make the coldest days of winter tolerable for us. Here at H&H we're feeling pretty done with...
JenniferProffitt
January 19 2016

Do You Wait to Read Reviews Until After You’ve Read the Book?

Source: imgur.com In movies and TV, we do this quite often. You've seen a trailer for a television show and you're excited for it. Then the reviews...
JenniferProffitt
January 6 2016

How Do You Reread a Series?

Whether you re-read at all, or not, is an entirely different debate. But for those who do—and I think there are a decent number of you, this blogger included—there comes a time when...
JenniferProffitt
January 5 2016

Do You Feel Cheated If There’s Not a Sex Scene?

Source: www.goodreads.com Source: www.pinterest.com Okay, no, we don't read romance for the sex. In fact, the sex is just one...
JenniferProffitt
December 9 2015

So Fresh and So Clean: What’s the Cleanest Romance You’ve Ever Read?

Source: gifsee.com We've asked about the dirtiest book you read... a lot. Here's a sampling: Why Do We Love Dirty Talk in Romance? What's...
JenniferProffitt
November 16 2015

Melt Your Heart or Melt Your Panties?

Many sites these days focus in on the heat levels of their reads, and that's a valid concern for readers. Some readers like their reads to be “the hotter the better” but others prefer...
JenniferProffitt
November 13 2015

What Are Your Perfect Reading Conditions?

Perfect reading conditions: it makes it sound like we're about to go on a trip and we're worried the weather might slow us down. However, those conditions are very important! Whether...
JenniferProffitt
October 28 2015

How Picky Are You About Picking Up a New Series?

Is your TBR pile falling over because you will say yes to just about any book, as long as it comes recommended (The old “I'll try anything once”) or are you hesitant to buy into...
JenniferProffitt
September 22 2015

Is Your Favorite Couple Also Your Favorite Book?

We all have a favorite author, and within that we all have a favorite book by that author—it may also be your favorite book of all time! However, that's not always the case. Even more so when...
JenniferProffitt
September 21 2015

What’s the Most Creative Excuse You’ve Made to Keep Reading?

 Source: thegloss.com It was the weekend and for us, that means two days off to read (forget chores and other things)! Whether it's the age old...
JenniferProffitt
September 18 2015

Not IRL, but Fiction Is a Different Story!

“He has the body of a professional athlete, chiseled to perfection in all the right places.”  There's a lot to love about athletes—even outside of their bodies....
JenniferProffitt
August 26 2015

Expectations vs. Reality: The Struggles of Being Friends with Non-Romance Readers

We've all been there and dealt with it. If we're at all “out” about being a romance reader, then we've heard it all before—especially when we're the only romance...
JenniferProffitt
July 20 2015

Anticipatory Re-Reading: What Do You Do When the Next Installment is Coming?

One of the beautiful things about romance, in our opinion (outside of the HEAs and hot sex, of course) is that a lot of authors write within a beloved series. So, when we finish one book, there...
JenniferProffitt
July 10 2015

Lending Habits: What Are Yours?

We all have rules for lending out books—even if they're only subconscious and we never say them out loud (but then there's hell to pay when they're broken). Some of us don't...
JenniferProffitt
June 17 2015

Have You Ever Had a Character Not Say I Love You?

Back in March, I posed the question of whether saying “I Love You” was totally necessary and for the most part, people agreed that while it wouldn't be needed, it would be missed. After...
JenniferProffitt
June 1 2015

How Long Can You Go Until Your Next Fix?

We've talked in the past about how long it takes us to finish a book, how many books we think we read in a year, a week, etc. However, today I'm wondering how long you can go between readings....
JenniferProffitt
May 27 2015

Who Is Your Most Trusted Recommender?

In the past we've talked about our reading twins—the people in our lives (both on- and offline) whose taste parallels ours. However, there are other people who may not always read the...
JenniferProffitt
March 23 2015

What Do You Do When You Realize You’re Reading Out of Order?

Sometimes we read books out of order: I'll leave you time to recover from the shock that brings to some readers. It just can't be helped—especially in the days before we could obsessively...
JenniferProffitt
March 18 2015

First and Last Lines?

“Emma Burnett could have never imagined that going hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt would be so exhilerating.” ... “In the town she'd always called home.” -Hope...
JenniferProffitt
March 13 2015

Clean Reading App: Would You Use It?

The clean reading app has been making waves in the online community this week. Romance isn't exactly known for it's clean language—we've all learned some words that, if said aloud...
teamhandh
December 18 2014

Romance News Roundup: Reader Problems, The Americans, and More

Welcome to H&H's brand-new daily news roundup! Grab a mug of tea and a scone and let's gossip about what's hot in the romance world right now. —A reader's life is tough!...
teamhandh
November 21 2014

Friday Beefcake: NaNoWriMo Reward

It's the home stretch of National Novel Writing Month, fondly called NaNoWriMo! If you kept at the pace NaNoWriMo sets, then at this point you should have written more than 35,007 words! Woohoo!...
BrightonWalsh
November 6 2014

Turgid Rod, Dewy Petals: You’re Invited to the Euphemism Party!

Today we're pleased to welcome author Brighton Walsh to Heroes and Heartbreakers. Brighton's new book, Caged in Winter, is released this week, and includes Cade, a sexy chef, and Winter, an...
teamhandh
October 17 2014

H&H Debriefing: Binge Reading—Do You Do It?

Another day, another way to follow H&H—we're now on YouTube! Subscribe to the HeroesnHearts channel to catch weekly Debriefings in which Team H&H's Heather, Megan,...
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...