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August 11 2014

Not Quite a Duke: In Praise of Younger Sons

Today we're joined by author Manda Collins, whose Why Lords Lose Their Hearts has just been released. Manda's book has a hero who is heroic, certainly (especially in the eyes of the heroine!),...
May 12 2014

First Look: Julie LeMense’s Once Upon a Wager (May 12, 2014)

Julie LeMense Once Upon a Wager Crimson Romance / May 12, 2014 / $4.99 digital When Lord Alec Carstairs returns from the Peninsular Wars, hailed as a hero in the midst of the London Season,...
December 5 2013

Seeing Your Way to Love: Blind Heroes in Romance

Blind characters feature prominently in Western literature from very early in its history. Tiresias, who received the gift of prophecy from Zeus, was always a favorite of my students, whether they encountered...
August 27 2013

First Look: Mary Balogh’s The Arrangement (August 27, 2013)

Mary Balogh The Arrangement Dell / August 27, 2013 / $7.99 print & digital Desperate to escape his mother’s matchmaking, Vincent Hunt, Viscount Darleigh, flees to a remote country...
February 20 2011

Romp & Circumstance: Poldark

When the going gets rough, the tough turn to romance . . . at least, that’s what I do.  Usually, it’s a romance novel, but since life’s been unusually tough lately, I've found...
February 17 2011

Wellington, a Regency Hero (Who Made Worse Decisions off the Battlefield), Pt. 3

We return to our story, where Wellington is being a stubborn ass: (Have no clue how it's come to this? Read Wellington's Part 1 and Part 2!) Someone had tried to tell...
February 16 2011

Wellington, a Regency Hero (Not to Mention a Man-Whore), Pt. 2

Maybe Wellington's nickname should've been The Wanderer instead of The Iron Duke: (Need to catch up? Read Wellington's Part 1!) Okay—this is where Arthur’s...
February 15 2011

Wellington, a Regency Hero (Without, Alas, a Regency Romance), Pt. 1

This is the story of a guy who fits the classic Regency hero mold, and who could have had a classic Regency romance—if only real life worked like romance novels. But it doesn't. In real...