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MayaRodale
May 11 2015

The Flame and the Feminist: The Feminism of Kathleen Woodiwiss?

Today we're thrilled to have Maya Rodale on Heroes and Heartbreakers. Maya's latest book is a little different. Dangerous Books for Girls: The Bad Reputation of Romance Novels, Explained, came...
JenniferProffitt
May 7 2015

Throwback Thursday: What Do You Miss About ’80s/’90s Romance?

We've been thinking a lot about the '80s and '90s romances that were the introduction for many of us to the genre—check out our lists on the Top '80s romance and the best of the...
JenniferProffitt
March 19 2015

Throwback Thursday: Have You Read Georgette Heyer?

The Black Moth was Georgette Heyer's first book, published when she was just 19 years old! Since then, Heyer has become synonymous with Regency romance, and considered by many to be the mother of...
JenniferProffitt
March 5 2015

Throwback Thursday: Who Was the First Cover Model You Remember?

Fabio is the cover model all romances have become associated with, even though it's been quite some time since he graced a cover. However, in a recent Jezebel article, it rapidly became clear that...
March 4 2015

Ray Guns and Relationships: Finding the Balance in Science Fiction Romance

Today we're thrilled to welcome Christie Meierz to the site, whose latest release The Fall, came out on Monday. Christie writes science fiction romance, and love in a galaxy far, far away are no...
KareliaStetz-Waters
February 2 2015

Staying True: Exploring Lesbian Romance Novels

Today we're delighted to welcome author Karelia Stetz-Waters to Heroes and Heartbreakers. Karelia's Something True is a romance about a Portland, OR, barista and a closeted corporate employee...
Scarlettleigh
December 11 2014

Top 10 Treasures from the Past from Howard, Brockway, and More!

In Megan Frampton’s blog The Ten Romance Novels You Should Read (An Opinionated Opinion), Megan mentions Anne Stuart, Julia Quinn, J.D. Robb, E.L. James, Susan Elizabeth Phillips, Laura Kinsale,...
Kate Nagy
December 7 2014

Happily Never After: Romances Without a HEA

Recently, H&H’s Jennifer Proffitt took some time to speculate upon the likely fate of The Hobbit’s Kili and Tauriel. Although the adorable, mismatched dwarf-and-elf pair are not precisely...
Miranda Neville
November 19 2014

Favorite Christmas Stories from Dickens, Putney, and More!

Today we're pleased to have four authors joining us at Heroes and Heartbreakers. The four—Grace Burrowes, Shana Galen, Carolyn Jewel, and Miranda Neville—have released a Christmas-themed...
darlenemarshall
November 13 2014

Before The Flame and the Flower: Romance from Back in the Day

It is a truth pretty much universally acknowledged that the modern romance genre as we know it came into its own with the publication of The Flame and the Flower by Kathleen Woodiwiss in 1972. The market...
KateNagy
July 5 2014

Falling in Love with Leslie O’Grady’s The Artist’s Daughter

The Artist’s Daughter may not have been the first romance novel I ever read, but it’s the first one I remember reading. Published when I was a wide-eyed fifth grader in 1979, this engrossing...
darlenemarshall
July 3 2014

I Melt with You: Top 10 ’80s Romances

Ah, the '80s! A decade of big hair, Miami Vice, MTV, Duran Duran, shoulders padded out to there, and an explosion of over-the-top, lush, blooming romances that came to be known as bodice rippers. That...
willaful
June 16 2014

You Never Forget Your First: Rereading Your First Romance Novels

The internet helped me locate the very first genre romance I ever read as an adolescent, a book that made such a strong impression on me, I still can't use the word “chiffon” in a crossword...