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willaful
September 16 2014

5 Classic Secondary Couples from SEP, Kleypas, Brockmann, and More!

Secondary couples are often an opportunity for authors to take interesting risks; consequently, they're sometimes more memorable than the primary couple. Here are five secondary couples that have...
willaful
May 19 2014

The Man Who Wasn’t There: Memorable Offscreen Characters from Beverley, Balogh, Eagle, and More!

One of the fascinating aspects of Daphne Du Maurier's Rebecca is how alive and present the title character is, even though she's dead and the story's narrator never met her. Her remembered...
ElizabethBoyle
January 2 2014

Nobody’s Second Fiddle: Great Secondary Characters

Today we're joined by author Elizabeth Boyle, whose If Wishes Were Earls has just been released, featuring a woman who can't forget a kiss she shared with a rakish earl—and the earl in...
Janga
March 1 2013

First Look: Alison Kent’s Second Chance Cafe (March 5, 2013)

Alison Kent Second Chance Café Montlake / March 5, 2013 /  $12.95 print, $4.99 digital Growing up, Kaylie Flynn was shuffled from foster home to foster home before being welcomed...
MFrampton
June 28 2012

Secondary Characters in Romance Novels Who Take the Lead: Which are Your Favorites?

Secondary characters in romantic fiction can absolutely make a book or series. Who can forget Jenks in Kim Harrison’s Hollows series? Or hasn’t followed the Wingmance: Number Twos Who Finish...
Janga
November 2 2011

Another Look at the Happily Ever After: Romantic Couples Revisited

In her October 25 post, “Outstaying Their Welcome: “When Romantic Couples Linger Too Long,” Elizabeth Vail declared, “If prequel characters have no specific purpose to...
EVail
October 25 2011

Outstaying Their Welcome: When Romantic Couples Linger Too Long

Ever have one of those couples you invite to an open house party, who are incredibly witty and entertaining for the first two to three hours, but grow less tolerable the longer they stay, and who continue...
Janga
July 21 2011

Older Women in Secondary Romances: Still Sexy After All These Years

Madeleine L’Engle once said, “I am still every age that I have been.” It seems that most romance readers agree with L’Engle, and have chosen the mid-20s as the age they prefer for identifying...
larissa_sarah
March 18 2011

Wingmance: Number Twos Who Finish First

The spotlight shines pretty bright when it comes to literary heroines and heroes. It doesn’t really matter if it’s the sexy Alpha Hero everyone wants to have for their own, or if it’s...
Myretta
February 16 2011

When Historical Romance Readers Go Rogue (or Robb), Pt. 2

Cheryl, You asked about secondary characters in your last letter; I think the depth of the secondary characters is one of the things that has allowed J. D. Robb to continue this series as long...
CherylSneed
February 15 2011

When Historical Romance Readers Go Rogue (or Robb), Pt. 1

Dear Cheryl, When you sent me Naked in Death and told me to read it, I was stunned.  We had both been reading solely historical romance for years and eschewed anything that was remotely...