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October 27 2016

Dark Nights, Sweet Reads: Male/Male Romance Best Bets for October 2016

The month of spookiness and autumn fashion has finally arrived. The colder weather and darkening nights mean more time for reading and the perfect excuse to wrap up with a blanket and hot chocolate....
October 22 2016

Screaming for More: Erotic Romance Best Bets for October 2016

In need of some sexy reading material to fill your e reader? I’m here for you. Each month I will bring you an assortment of erotic pleasure reads to tempt your palate and your credit card. NOTE:...
October 21 2016

Pitch Slapped: What to Read If You Love Ginny & Mike

Like any great sports romance, FOX’s freshman series Pitch balances authentic baseball drama and the palpable sexual tension between its leads, rookie pitcher Ginny Baker (Kylie Bunbury)...
October 19 2016

Madame TBR’s Romance Novel Recommendations Roundup!

Madame TBR fulfilled so many of your romance novel requests to help you find your next, best future read, so Team H&H decided to round up all her recommendations into one place to help you...
October 18 2016

What’s the Book You’ve Gotten the Most People to Read?

As readers, we love to recommend our favorite books to anyone who will listen. There comes a certain pride in getting someone hooked on your keepers.  What book do you know you've...
October 5 2016

Return to Whisper Hollow in Yasmine Galenorn’s Shadow Silence

The quaint little town of Whisper Hollow is as quiet as the grave, which in Whisper Hollow isn’t quiet at all.  What goes into the grave here, doesn’t always stay there. ...
September 16 2016

It’s All About the Zing in Adore You by Nicole Falls

Adore You by Nicole Falls is a fresh and sassy take on friendship, love, and family entanglement. Devorah Lee is on a mission to find that guy who has the Zing. That pop in one’s heart that...
September 15 2016

Best Friend’s Older Brother and the Big Apple Are Up for Grabs in Sarah Morgan’s Sunset in Central Park

After the dreaminess of Sleepless in Manhattan, Sarah Morgan has returned to her crew of small town ex-pats in New York City with Sunset in Central Park. This second book in the trilogy follows...
September 13 2016

Reading Lisa Kleypas for the First Time: A Diehard Historical Romance Fan Gets a Kleypas Education

I like to think of myself as a very big fan of historicals even though, for the most part, I find them to be pretty exclusive rather than inclusive. I like the idea of being swept away to a time...
September 10 2016

Shift Just Got Real in Jennifer Ashley’s Guardian’s Mate

I was in love with Kenderick's story in White Tiger and fell in love with polar-bear Shifter and healer, Zander in the same novel so when the opportunity came to review Guardian's Mate,...
September 10 2016

99 Problems and Falling in Love is One of Them in Susanne Lord’s Discovery of Desire

In Regency times a passage to India, for impoverished, gently-born women, was a guarantee of sorts. If you wanted a husband, India was full of Englishmen looking for wives. Did the guarantee include...
September 8 2016

The Many Faces of Ash Claughbane in Elizabeth Michels’s The Rebel Heir

Ashley Claughbane should win an Oscar based on the multiple characters he portrays. Working his way through England, he creates an identity, conjures up an investment, takes people’s money,...
September 8 2016

4 Reasons Why a Romance Hero Stays a Virgin

Half the fun of the romance is how subversive the genre can be when it turns societal conventions on its ear. Romance is a safe place where women can explore, and embrace, their desires in a world...
September 6 2016

Emotionally Satisfying Ménage Romance: Beyond Hot Guy #2, Enter Stage Left

Today we're absolutely excited to welcome Roni Loren (Loving You Easy) to Heroes and Heartbreakers. Roni has written not one... not two... but three (we see the irony in that number) polyamorous...
August 31 2016

August 2016 Women’s Fiction Best Bets—“It is in Your DNA to Love a Good Story”

It is in your DNA to love a good story. You know, neat tales with heroes and villains and conflicts to resolve. A good story pushes our buttons, is exciting and memorable. -Barry Ritholtz Memorable...
August 14 2016

U.S. Authors and Their World Counterparts: “Read If You Like...” International Edition

Imagine that you live in a city with a bakery that makes one of  Best Cheese Cakes in America.  That cheesecake is wonderfully decadent, and it is your weekly treat for all the hours...
August 8 2016

Susan Elizabeth Phillips: “Captain” of Sports Romance and the Chicago Stars!

A Susan Elizabeth Phillips book is always cause for celebration but with First Star I See Tonight readers have a double reason to celebrate— a new book, and this book is...
August 7 2016

If You Like Mary Balogh... Try Edith Layton, Jo Beverley, and More!

What should you read after you've ready every Mary Balogh? Try... When someone asks me to recommend a Regency romance, the author I’m most likely to suggest is Mary Balogh. She’s...
July 31 2016

New Adult Best Bets for July 2016—Throwback to the Good Times

This month seems to be filled with nostalgia. From PokemonGo to the My2k tour with 98 degrees—comebacks are in! I’ve had so many memories brought back. It seems to be the case for these...
July 29 2016

H&H Bloggers Recommend: Best Reads of July 2016

What are the best new romances in July 2016? 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...
July 29 2016

What is the Best Book You’ve Read this Month?

Later today, you'll be finding out the answer to this question from our bloggers, however, right now we're giving you the opportunity to answer the question for yourself! What is the best...
July 28 2016

Criminals are a Girl’s Best Friend in Sophie Jordan’s Hell Breaks Loose

When Sophie Jordan comes to play, she brings an alpha male and a plot that will leave you dizzy. Hell Breaks Loose is no exception to that. The second book in her Devil’s Rock series takes...
July 23 2016

First Look: Jaci Burton’s Don’t Let Go (July 26, 2016)

Jaci Burton Don't Let Go (Hope #6) Jove / July 26, 2016 / $7.99 print & digital By their wares shall you know them? Megan’s pastries and Brady’s bikes are superlative...
July 19 2016

5 Books to Read If You Love Lost

Where was I on the evening of September 22nd, 2004? That’s easy. I was in my parent’s living room, mouth agape, falling in love with a little TV show they called Lost. And it would...
July 15 2016

Waiting on the Beast: 5 Books to Read Until You Can See Emma Watson as Beauty in Beauty and the Beast

With the upcoming release of a live action Beauty and the Beast, a lot of readers, including myself, are thrilled with the casting and the development but not so thrilled about having to wait a...
July 6 2016

Romance and Fan Fiction Readers Have More in Common Than You Think

Do you like fan fic? Are you still recovering from the ending of the Harry Potter or Twilight series? Do you like to read fun, sometimes wacky stories? Me, too. I don’t spend nearly as much...
June 30 2016

H&H Bloggers Recommend: Best Reads of June 2016

What are the best new romances in June 2016? 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...
June 27 2016

Romance Novels to Read If You Like Friday Night Lights—Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can’t Lose

“Clear eyes, full hearts, can’t lose.” This is the rallying cry of one of my personal favorite television shows of all time, Friday Night Lights. Guaranteed to give you goosebumps...
June 22 2016

Into The Long Dark Night...Erotic Romance Best Bets for June 2016

In need of some sexy reading material to fill your e reader? I’m here for you. Each month I will bring you an assortment of erotic pleasure reads to tempt your palette and your credit card. Love...
June 14 2016

What Book Do You Typically Recommend to Non-Romance Readers?

Of course, this question all depends on what reader you're talking to, but we all have our go-to recommendations. While I have one friend who is a die-hard True Blood (the TV show) fan, and...