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Cerestheories
December 31 2016

The Best Kisses of 2016: A Highly Subjective List

In a genre sometimes referred to as “kissing books,” picking the Best Kisses is not an easy task. It’s really fun one, though. Have you ever gone through your list of recently...
JessicaMoro
December 30 2016

Sleigh All Day: New Adult Best Bets for December 2016

December is here and onward to 2017! End the year right with some drama, angst and witty banter! New Adult ends it on a high note, keep reading to find out more! Becoming a Legend by Sarah...
LucyReadsRomance
December 29 2016

2016’s Male/Male Romance Best Bets

2016 is nearly over, trees have been decorated, parties have been planned and the time to celebrate the end of one year and the start of the next is upon us. But before the fireworks are lit and the...
Scarlettleigh
December 28 2016

It Opens at the Close: 2016’s Women’s Fiction Best Bets

The beginning is the word and the end is silence. And in between are all the stories. ~Kate Atkinson For some of us the end of 2016 will be in silence—as we stay at home curled...
Torifl
December 27 2016

The Best of the Best: Erotic Romances Best Bets for 2016

I’m a lucky girl in that my job is to read romance. Every month I offer up a list of erotic romances that I feel best represents the genre. Not only do I look for a well-crafted romance with realistic...
teamhandh
December 19 2016

H&H Bloggers Recommend Their Best Reads of 2016: 26 Romances You Won’t Want to Miss!

It's the end of the year and time to reflect on the good books we've read this year! We at Team H&H asked our bloggers to name one (Yes, really. Only one.) book that they'd pick as their...
SuperWendy
December 12 2016

The Top 6 Unusual Historical Romances of 2016

The tail-end of a very long year and the mad-cap rush of holiday festivities can fill romance readers with jubilance, dread, or an unholy cocktail of both. Thank goodness for the steadfast devotion...