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June 9 2015

Romance News Roundup: Mockingjay Trailer & Erin Knightley Deal!

Welcome to H&H's 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. —The first trailer for The Hunger Games:...
December 10 2014

Scientific Theory: Science Fiction Plus Love = The Best Books

Today we're pleased to welcome author Shawntelle Madison to Heroes and Heartbreakers. Shawntelle's latest release, Under My Skin, is the first book in her new Immortality Strain series, one...
November 23 2014

6 Reasons Why Mockingjay: Part 1 Belongs to Team Gale

This post contains SPOILERS for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1. Enjoy! This is the darkest of the Hunger Games films yet, which is saying something when you consider this is a series...
November 17 2014

“I Like You Better Sober”: Shipping Haymitch/Effie (Hayffie) in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1 Clip

Earlier today, Yahoo shared a clip from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1 in which Haymitch asked the group for a time Katniss Everdeen genuinely moved them. Effie, in a much more reserved...
November 13 2014

New The Mockingjay, Part 1 Clip Forces Katniss to Choose: Gale or Peeta

More ABC US news | ABC Health News We all know how this story ends, but seeing the Katniss/Gale/Peeta love triangle come to life on the big screen has been a big part of The Hunger Games movie...
September 26 2014

We Laugh Because We Love: Top 10 Romance Parodies

Obviously, we all love Romance as a genre. None of us would be here if we didn’t. (Here, as in at this site obviously, not here as in alive and in the world.) But loving something does not mean...
September 8 2014

What the Heart Wants: Fall 2014’s Can’t-Miss Romance Books, Movies, and Shows

September | October | November | Printable Version Team H&H eats, breathes, and sleeps romance, but even we have trouble keeping track of all the amazing content...
July 28 2014

New The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Trailer!

“No one else can do this but her.” The latest trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 is out, and shows the ramifications of what happened in Catching Fire, when...
June 25 2014

Peeta, Is That You?!: First Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 Trailer

Just out is the trailer for Mockingjay Part 1, the third film in the Hunger Games series based on Suzanne Collins's books by the same name. Here we have a propaganda ad featuring President...
November 22 2013

Friday Beefcake: Catching Fire’s Hemsworth, Hutcherson, & Claflin

Fans of Suzanne Collins's Hunger Games series have been waiting for more than a year for the next installment in the series, Catching Fire. Today, it opened nationwide so in honor of the premiere...
August 14 2013

Peanut Butter in My Chocolate?: Non-Romance Books Romance Readers Love

In a Morning Coffee of about a year ago, we asked our readers What's the Last Non-Romance Novel You Read?, and our commenters chimed in with many book and even genre answers. We already know...
April 27 2013

Poll: What Adaptation Will Make for the Best TV/Movie?

Last week we asked what summer movie you were most excited about but this week it seems to be all about movie adaptations. Earlier this week, we saw the first photo from the Divergent film set...
April 15 2013

Team Gale is Catching Fire in the First Trailer

Team H&H is a bit divided when it comes to the Team Gale and Team Peeta debate. That being said, the first teaser trailer for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire debuted last night during...
March 15 2013

Book Quests: Adding to Your Digital Shelves

My husband calls them quests. My quest to build a digital library as a replacement for my actual library started five years ago, when I received my first Kindle for Mother's Day. At the time we...
January 3 2013

Bridget Jones’s Twitter Feed: Chick Lit for the 21st Century

Eons ago (okay, 2001 or so), there were books that summed up the plight of women who weren't married by age thirty. “Singletons,”’ we were called, and women everywhere united in...
October 30 2012

Author Miranda Kenneally on When Friends Fall in Love

Today Heroes and Heartbreakers welcomes author Miranda Kenneally, whose Catching Jordan and new release, Stealing Parker, out now, both feature strong friendships that just might lead to more......
October 8 2012

Author Tina Connolly on Fantasy in Romance

Today, H&H welcomes author Tina Connolly to the site. Tina's new book, Ironskin, is a fey/steampunk twist on Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre. Ironskin's Edward Rochart is just as autocratic...
June 29 2012

Fantasy Casting The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

As previous winners of the nationally televised battle to the death known as the Hunger Games, Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark should be permanently excused from further participation. But this year...
June 18 2012

You Just Keep Me Hanging On: Cliffhangers in Romance Novels

*****Note: since we’re talking about cliffhangers, there will be spoilers.***** Endings are tricky things. They can make or break a book. A reader may forgive a weak beginning, but never a...
May 15 2012

Author Anna Banks on Love, Dating, and the Apocalypse

Today we welcome author Anna Banks, whose upcoming Of Poseidon has already swept away many readers. We are delighted to have Anna here to talk about love and dating outside of a post-apocalyptic...
April 3 2012

I’ll Ship If I Want To: A Romance Fan’s Thoughts on Shipping and Shippers

While watching Moonlighting, did you find yourself pulling for Maddie and David to end up together? Did you tune in to The X-Files every week as much for Mulder and Scully’s chemistry...
March 30 2012

Friday Beefcake: Lenny Kravitz

H&H blogger Rachel Hyland got us thinking: Can anyone pull off gold eyeliner the way Lenny Kravitz does as Cinna in The Hunger Games?                     In...
March 29 2012

Who’s the Teen Queen of Kick-Ass?: Strong YA Heroines

Too often when I read a YA (young adult) book I am struck by how remarkably similar they are in plot and setup: The heroine is usually a quiet, socially lacking, economically poor but stunningly beautiful...
March 23 2012

After the Games: What to Read After Watching The Hunger Games

Hooray, hooray, The Hunger Games movie is finally here! Fellow staffer Christopher Morgan and I saw it this morning, and I have to say, we were pretty impressed. In fact, I think we both came out of...
March 22 2012

The Hunger Games Film Review: What Was, What Is, and What Might Have Been (Spoilers!)

You know how, when you see a movie made out of a beloved novel—if you can bring yourself to do it, that is; oh, who am I kidding? We all do it—you have in your head at least one or two favorite...
March 21 2012

The Hunger Games Roundtable: Peeta’s Pathetic (and Gale’s a Big Damn Hero)

Stop now if you haven’t read all three books in The Hunger Games series. No, seriously. Go no further! *** Look, I’m not here to convince you that Gale should have gotten the girl in...
March 21 2012

The Hunger Games Roundtable: Gale’s a Sociopath

OK, by now we’ve all seen the opening salvos. There is the obviously superior Peeta Mellark, and then there is that other guy, his name escapes me at the moment and I don’t feel I should...
March 19 2012

The Hunger Games Roundtable: Gale is THE BEST

When I first read The Hunger Games a few years back on a recommendation from a friend (thanks, Tara!), I was all about the triangle: Who was Katniss going to pick, Peeta or Gale? (Warning: Beware...
March 19 2012

The Hunger Games Roundtable: Peeta Power

Any conversation about The Hunger Games invariably leads to a discussion of the love interests. Like almost all other YA out there, there’s a triangle. In this book, young Katniss Everdeen must choose...
March 14 2012

From Robin Hood to Katniss Everdeen: The Enduring Allure of Marksmen (and Women)

In preparation for the forthcoming movie about which all the world seems to be Harry Potter/Twilight Saga/The Avengers-level excited, I have just finished rereading Suzanne Collins’s phenomenally...