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Miss_D
July 10 2014

Women Love Bad Boys in the Scandalous Heroes Anthology

Scandalous Heroes is an anthology of 9 stories by authors well known by readers of multicultural romance novels. This collaboration highlights the respective strengths of the authors that their...
TiffanyTyer
June 4 2013

First Look: Rhyannon Byrd’s Take Me Under (June 4, 2013)

Rhyannon Byrd Take Me Under  Berkley / June 4, 2013 / $15.00 print, $9.99 digital Ben Hudson had a thing for shy, sexy Reese Monroe from the moment he first saw her three years ago....
teamhandh
March 7 2012

Now Win This!: Gemma Halliday

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Dolly_Sickles
August 18 2011

Cherry Adair’s Addictive Adventures

I can remember the exact second I fell in love with romantic adventure: My mom and I were at the movie theatre watching Romancing the Stone. In one of the first scenes, Joan Wilder was standing on a...
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...
MFrampton
July 26 2011

Passion Reduces Stress; or Why the Hero Can Think About That When in Serious Danger

Have you ever wondered why your hero or heroine is so calm in the face of danger? Where you might be running around in a circle flapping your hands and shrieking, our characters are calmly assessing...
CToohey
May 20 2011

Modern Women in Jeopardy: What Gives?

Romantic suspense comes in many different flavors, and its taste has changed over the years. While we’re not here to tell you what is the Best, one of the most popular styles of mass-market/e-book...
RonHogan
March 30 2011

Nebula Romances: N.K. Jemisin’s The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms

I started looking at this year's nominees for the Best Novel Nebula through a romance reader's perspective with M.K. Hobson's The Native Star, which turned out to be a classic “opposites...
GwendaBond
February 23 2011

YA at Heart: More Picks for Adult Readers

Any reader interested in YA has probably already made his or her way through at least one of the holy triumvirate of adult crossover series by now, and maybe all of them: Harry Potter (where it began,...