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ShowalterActual
May 15 2014

Give it To Me, Baby: Top 5 Attributes an Alpha Male Should Have

Today we're delighted to welcome author Gena Showalter to Heroes and Heartbreakers. Gena's latest release, Burning Dawn, is the third book in her Angels of the Dark series. Last week, Julie...
teamhandh
December 31 2013

Poll: What is Your Most Anticipated Book of 2014?

All this week and even earlier today we've been counting down our favorite books of 2013. However, all of you are about to get ready for your New Year's Eve parties and making your resolution. With...
teamhandh
November 19 2013

Exclusive Barefoot Bay News: Roxanne St. Claire’s New Novella Trilogy (+ Covers)!

Heroes and Heartbreakers is pleased to be the first to announce news of a brand-new Roxanne St. Claire novella trilogy, titled the Billionaires of Barefoot Bay, set in her Barefoot Bay world! Here are...
Kiersten
February 20 2013

Fast, Dangerous, and So, So Hot: Romantic Suspense

At the end of 2012, we did a poll here at Heroes and Heartbreakers asking what you, our loyal readers, were most looking forward to reading in 2013. Romantic suspense was one of the top answers. Readers,...
redline_
December 30 2012

Ring in with Romance!: Best of 2012, Day 4

May old friends be forgot? We don't think so! We're celebrating our favorite reads with five days of the Best of 2012. We asked our bloggers for their favorite recommendations of 2012,...
teamhandh
September 5 2012

October 2012 Upcoming Romance Novel Releases Shopping List

Find your future faves with this delightfully convenient shopping list of romance novels coming out in October. We’ve divided them up by subgenre to make it easier for those who’ve got a...
MFrampton
July 30 2012

Getting Away from It All: Hotels as Escape in Romance Novels

“I am Eloise. I am six. I am a city child. I live at the Plaza.” Using a hotel as a plot point is not new to fiction; Eloise, the star-studded movie from 1932 Grand Hotel, The Shining,...
Torifl
July 20 2012

Wherever You Will Go: Beloved Romance Authors with Awesome YA Series

It’s called crossing genre lines when mainstay adult authors start writing youth adult stories. Some like it, but some feel that these authors are doing nothing more then jumping on the bandwagon,...
teamhandh
April 25 2012

May 2012 Upcoming Romance Releases Shopping List!

Find your future faves with this delightfully convenient shopping list of romance novels coming out in May. This time around, we’ve divided them up by subgenre to make it easier for those who’ve...
lovetoreadforfun
April 19 2012

First Look: Roxanne St. Claire’s Barefoot in the Sand (April 24, 2012)

Roxanne St. Claire Barefoot in the Sand (Barefoot Bay #1) Grand Central Publishing / April 24, 2012 / $5.99 When a hurricane roars through Lacey Armstrong’s home on the coast of Barefoot...
MFrampton
February 22 2012

All They’re Cracked Up To Be: Series Crack

Many of J.R. Ward’s Black Dagger Brotherhood series readers joke that the books are like crack (or “crahck,” if you’re  spelling BDB style), so we went to Twitter and asked...
redline_
November 17 2011

Roxanne St. Claire Offers a Sneak Peek of Space in His Heart

Romantic suspense author Roxanne St. Claire has posted an excerpt of her November 30 release, Space in His Heart, which features an astronaut hero (ooh la la!). From the cover: When...
MFrampton
August 24 2011

Rock You Like a Hurricane: Natural Disasters in Love

So as you know, the East Coast suffered an earthquake yesterday afternoon. And that led us to thinking about natural disasters, and how they can be used to fling an otherwise reluctant hero and...
StaceyAgdern
August 8 2011

Bookstore Beat: Mid-August 2011 Report

So what’s bringing people down to New York City’s Posman books in the midst of this crazy August heat? Plenty of cool things to read: Miranda Neville’s Amorous Education of Celia Seton and...
DonnaCummings
August 5 2011

Men and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: Hot Boys on Hot Bikes

I don’t really like motorcycles. For starters, they’re noisy, obnoxiously so if they have those big pipes that amplify the sound. They can be smelly too, especially when the exhaust fumes get sucked...
mandacollins
July 27 2011

Getting the Mix of Romance and Suspense Just Right

They got Romance in my Suspense! Or is it Suspense in my Romance?  With one foot in romance and the other in suspense, romantic suspense is a strange beast.  And for the reader who knows...
mandacollins
June 24 2011

Listen Up: Heroes, Tropes, and Popular Songs

Songs that tell stories appeal to me, both as a reader and writer of romance fiction. Tropes that populate the romance genre can also be found lurking within the lyrics of popular story songs. Here...
DonnaCummings
June 15 2011

The Big Lie: “You’re Better Off Without Me”

Ahh, the noble hero. How can you not love a man who is selfless, stoic, and self-sacrificing...well, at least until he tells the heroine The Big Lie, the one that starts out, “You’re better off...