<i>Archangel's Viper</i>: Exclusive Excerpt Archangel's Viper: Exclusive Excerpt Nalini Singh 'The strange, violent power inside Holly is awakening…" <i>Death</i>: Exclusive Excerpt Death: Exclusive Excerpt Madhuri Pavamani "Danger is coming, dark forces that will push Juma to her capacity..." <i>Bad Boy's Bard</i>: Exclusive Excerpt Bad Boy's Bard: Exclusive Excerpt E.J. Russell "They have to tackle something really tough: mending their own broken relationship." <i>Stars in Their Eyes</i>: Exclusive Excerpt Stars in Their Eyes: Exclusive Excerpt Pema Donyo "A second chance to reconcile their hearts’ desires with their dreams..."
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September 19, 2017
No Faking in Mia Sosa's Acting on Impulse
September 18, 2017
Christina Lauren Spill on Autoboyography
Team H & H and Christina Lauren
September 15, 2017
4 Authors That Will Have You Planning A Trip to the Big City
Tara Leigh
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You Might Be Reading an Edwardian Romance If…
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Sep 19 2017 4:30pm

Avast, Me Hearties!: Romance News & Deals from Sabrina Jeffries, Penny Reid, and More

Grab a mug of tea and a scone and let's gossip about what's hot in romance.

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Top Off Your TBR Pile

The Pirate Lord by Sabrina Jeffries

Deal Alert: Sabrina Jeffries's historical romance The Pirate Lord is $.99 at iBooks | Kobo | Barnes & Noble | Amazon | etc.* Tired of wandering the seven seas, pirate captain Gideon Horn sees the ship full of women who have come across his path as an opportunity to finally settle down and marry. Sara Willis, however, is not keen on the idea and demands to be courted properly by the rougish sea captain. Sara soon learns the captain never backs down from a challenge. These pirates won't make you walk the plank!

Deal Alert: Kristin Cashore's fantasy YA romance Fire is $2.99 Amazon | Barnes & Noble | iBooks | Kobo | etc.* Marked as one of the fantasy romances you should be reading, Cashore's Fire lives in the same universe as Graceling. “Not only does it seriously explore the moral dilemmas caused by unusual powers, but the heroine completely owns her own sexuality, and understands the difference between sex, affectionate love, and romantic love.”

Deal Alert: Penny Reid's romantic comedy Truth or Beard is $.99 at Amazon | etc.* “These [Winston] brothers are a delicious fantasy, six super sexy, rugged small town Tennessee men and all of them are single and in need of a woman.” Jess has had a long time crush on the dreamy, handsome, and kind Beau Winston. So when she finally gets to kiss him, she thinks her life can't get any better...until she finds out she's kissed Beau's twin brother, Duane, the bane of his existence.

Deal Alert: Jana Aston's erotic romance Wrong is FREE at Kobo | Amazon | Barnes & Noble | iBooks | etc.* This laugh-out-loud, raunchy rom-com by Aston features Sophie, who “always falls for the wrong guy and she keeps the record going by falling in serious like with her regular coffee shop customer. Sounds fine? Turns out he’s her new gynecologist. ” 

[+Passionflix, and upcoming romances from Calista Fox, Penny Reid, and Christina Lauren]

Sep 19 2017 3:00pm

No Faking in Mia Sosa’s Acting on Impulse

Acting on Impulse by Mia Sosa

I happen to know that Mia Sosa, author of Acting on Impulse, is one of the nicest people on the planet...so, imagine my surprise when I discovered that she writes scorching-hot sex scenes! Totally here for it, along with a lot of other things about this book.

Acting on Impulse stars Carter Williamson (aka Carter Stone), a sitcom heartthrob trying to break into serious film, and Tori “I don’t have time for your bullshit” Alvarez, a powerhouse personal trainer. The pairing of these two was super unexpected for me. Despite Carter being rich and famous, Tori wears the pants in their relationship from word one, and I’ve gotta say...I kind of loved it.

The book opens up in Carter’s point of view as he boards a plane, and right away I was treated to Sosa’s immersive settings. From every shuffling step as Carter waits for the other passengers to stow their luggage, to the claustrophobic feelings of being too big for a small space, I was right there with him. Even when he unapologetically checks out Tori’s ass, and internally declares that she’s going to be his wife someday. Oh, Carter.

[Read more...]

Sep 19 2017 2:00pm

Cover Tuesday: Exclusive Reveals from Kimberly Kincaid, Sidney Halston, Stefanie London, and Layla Reyne

Team H&H has four covers for you today from upcoming romances by authors Kimberly Kincaid, Sidney Halston, Stefanie London, and Layla Reyne. Take a look at these hot, sexy, and suspenseful romances headed your way soon!

In Too Deep by Kimberly Kincaid

In Too Deep by Kimberly Kincaid

As Station Seventeen’s rookie, Luke Slater knows his fire and EMS training will be both rigorous and risky, but he never imagined having to partner up with the one woman he wants to keep at arm’s length most of all. Quinn Copeland is as wide-open as Luke is reserved. He has no interest in letting the sweet and sexy paramedic rock his hard-earned control. But the need for composure becomes the need to survive when they find themselves in the crosshairs of a brutal gang leader on their first shift together.

Paramedic Quinn Copeland’s station mates aren’t just her friends. They’re her family. She’d do anything to keep them safe—including reluctantly trusting her impossible-to- read, impossibly gorgeous new partner with the one thing she holds close. As the passion between Luke and Quinn goes from a slow burn to a sizzle, their steps grow more and more dangerous, both in the fire house and out. Can they outwit a cold-blooded killer and face the fears that could cost them everything? Or are they in too deep?

Learn more about or pre-order a copy of In Too Deep by Kimberly Kincaid, available October 17, 2017:

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[+3 more covers ahead]

Sep 19 2017 12:05pm

An Express Checkout of Superstore’s Top 3 Ships

Superstore on NBC

Office romances are so my jam. I don't know that you'd consider Superstore a “traditional” office comedy in the way that you would...The Office, but co-workers to lovers is truly a wonderful thing to me. If you're not yet watching Superstore, don't worry, I'm here to give you a crash course on the best ships of the show because I am who I am and I must ship something in order to watch TV. 

I regret nothing. 

Superstore is filled with characters—and I'm not simply referring to quantity, but quality. Everyone has so much personality and it's a deeply funny, flawed, and wonderful show. 

This show has two full seasons, with Season 3 beginning September 28, so you've got plenty of time to catch up on the hilarity that is this fantastic update on an office comedy that works in spades.

So who is there to ship?

Warning: spoilers ahead for Seasons 1 and 2 of  Superstore.

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Sep 19 2017 9:30am

Nalini Singh Excerpt: Archangel’s Viper

Nalini Singh

Archangel's Viper by Nalini Singh

Once a broken girl known as Sorrow, Holly Chang now prowls the shadowy gray underground of the city for the angels. But it’s not her winged allies who make her a wanted woman—it’s the unknown power coursing through her veins. Brutalized by an insane archangel, she was left with the bloodlust of a vampire, the ability to mesmerize her prey, and a poisonous bite.

Now, someone has put a bounty on her head…

Venom is one of the Seven, Archangel Raphael’s private guard, and he’s as infuriating as he is seductive. A centuries-old vampire, his fangs dispense a poison deadlier than Holly’s. But even if Venom can protect Holly from those hunting her, he might not be able to save himself—because the strange, violent power inside Holly is awakening…

No one is safe.

We lost our minds when Nalini Singh shared this tantalizing snippet from Archangel's Viper on Instagram in July...

...So we are thrilled to share that AND what happens on the next page! Read on for an exclusive excerpt from Nalini Singh's Archangel's Viper, Holly and Venom's book, out September 26, 2017...

[Read the full excerpt!...]

Sep 19 2017 8:05am

What Jane Austen Retellings Would You Recommend?

Clueless (1995)Yesterday on Twitter, one of our followers asked us a question: What Jane Austen retellings (particularly Emma and Pride and Prejudice) did we have to recommend? Many fellow users chimed in with their favorites, but for a really great Emma re-telling we found ourselves stumped! 

What Jane Austen retellings—particularly of Emma—have you found and loved? 

Let us know down in the comments and help a fellow reader out!

(Jane Austen fun fact: Clueless is a modern-day retelling of Emma)

Sep 18 2017 4:30pm

Get Some Bang for a Buck: Romance News & Deals from Swerve, Tracy Wolff, and More

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Top Off Your TBR Pile

Deal Alert: Helena Hunting, Scarlett Cole, Jackie Ashenden, May McGoldrick, Donna Grant, Lecia Cornwall, Calista Fox, and more are part of a massive Swerve e-book sale that starts today and runs through September 25. Each book is $.99 for this limited time—and with 117 titles to choose from (yes, really!) in everything from contemporary to paranormal to historical, you're sure to find your next favorite read!

Deal Alert: Tracy Wolff's sports romance Down & Dirty is $1.99 at Barnes & Noble | iBooks | Kobo | Amazon | etc.* If you're in the mood for a jock hero, NFL superstar Hunter Browning is just the guy.  The ultimate playboy is looking to put down some roots to help raise his niece and nephew. Real estate agent Emerson Day can't stand Hunter, but her entire career hinges on being able to make this sale. Hunter's more than willing to help Emerson save her job, as well as never let her go. 

Deal Alert: Sophie Jordan's contemporary romance Fury on Fire is $1.99 at iBooks | Kobo | Amazon | etc.* The third book in Jordan's Devil's Rock series introduces North Callaghan, a man who's finally free after years in prison. He's not interested in anything permanent, but his new next-door neighbor, Faith, might make him change his mind about what his future could be. 

[+Author Julia Quinn talks about what makes a hero sexy...]

Sep 18 2017 2:30pm

Christina Lauren Spill on Autoboyography with Narrator Deacon Lee

Autoboyography by Christina Lauren

Last week, dynamic co-authors Christina Lauren published their Young Adult male/male novel, Autoboyography, about a young man in Utah who begins what he thinks is, at first, the simple task of writing a book in four months for a Seminar in his senior year of high school. Then a distraction in the form of Sebastian Brother,  the Mormon prodigy who sold his own Seminar novel the year before and who now mentors the class, makes Tanner realize that while he's learning how to write a book in Seminar, he may learn something else too—like how to fall in love.

The two authors sat down with Deacon Lee, the man who brought to life other Christina Lauren heroes such as Carter from Dating You/Hating You, Luke from Wicked Sexy Liar, and now Tanner in Autoboyography. They're talking about romance, sexuality, and the Mormon faith.  

But first, an introduction from the authors themselves:

Before they begin production on one of our audiobooks, Simon & Schuster Audio checks in to see whether we have a certain narrator in mind. For our latest novel, Autoboyography, we specifically requested Deacon Lee.

[Read more...]

Sep 18 2017 1:30pm

Moving On Sucks: Outlander 3x02 Heart-to-Heart

Outlander, 3x02, Surrender

Show/EpisodeOutlander, Season 3, Episode 2, “Surrender”
Couple(s): Jamie and Claire

Outlander 3x02 Captain's Log

Well, Jamie now lives in a cave, Claire is a reluctant 1950s (technically 1949) housewife, and Frank is about at the end of his supporting and loving rope. Welcome back to Outlander, y'all. In the immortal words of Backstreet Boys, “quit playing games with my motherforking heart.”

Because “Surrender” is all about the age-old question: How the heck do you move on from a failed revolution and a soulmate lost to time?

For Jamie, he decides to live in a cave and turn into cross between a vagrant and a crazy survivalist. Yup, you read that right, our hottie Jamie, the Jamie of the great cheekbones, the only Hollywood redhead (besides Domhnall Gleeson) you've ever been attracted to (sorry, Archie Andrews), looks like shit for 90% of the episode. Long scraggly hair that looks like my own sorry bedhead, a full beard that's more “what animal died on Jamie's face” and less “hot lumberjack,” and a really ugly hat complete the package. Plus, the aforementioned he-lives-in-a-cave-in-the-woods-near-Lallybroch thing. Did I mention the fact he lives in a cave like a troll? Jamie's been hiding out in the three years since Culloden, and he's not coping too well. He barely speaks (I started a tally for how many words he says during the episode, then got tired after 25, but still, he's rather taciturn), and sure, an emotionally struggling Jamie is woo! for character development, but it's boo! for female fans because that accent deserves all the screen time it can get. In fact, I wrote in my notes: hotness factor -2.

[Read more...]

Sep 18 2017 12:30pm

Madhuri Pavamani Excerpt: Death

Madhuri Pavamani

Death by Madhuri Pavamani

I am Death. I run this show. I have many at my command, people love and fear me in equal measure.

But I am almost out of time.

Juma Landry and Dutch Mathew have a love that is strong and sharp, wild and soothing. They would go to the ends of the earth—and beyond—to save each other from the hell of this world. To put a smile on each others’ face day after day. But danger is coming, dark forces that will push Juma to her capacity, evil


that will rip away her lives.




I know Dutch can’t bear to lose this woman—the darkness that always lives inside him will swallow him whole. But I’ve got plans for Juma. She’s always

been my favorite, my sweet, my beautiful, my light. And now, I need her more than ever, one last time…

Get a sneak peek at Madhuri Pavamani 's Death (available September 26, 2017) with an exclusive excerpt of a selected scene.


There is nothing like a mother’s love.

Unless that mother is named Shema Mathew.

Leader of the Junta.

Member of The Gate.

If your mother is named Shema Mathew, you are fucked.

[Read the full Death excerpt...]

Sep 18 2017 11:35am

The Royals Are (Not) Alright: Victoria 2x04 Vicbert Heart-to-Heart

Victoria, 2x04, "The Sins of the Father"

Show/EpisodeVictoria, Season 2, Episode 4, “The Sins of the Father”
Couple(s): Vicbert

Following the birth of a healthy baby boy after quite a dramatic labour, Victoria finds herself feeling even more out of step with herself than she did after her first child. Matters are compounded when Albert receives sad news from Germany and is forced to return to his homeland.

Royal Blues

To the modern eye, Victoria is suffering from postnatal (or postpartum) depression, but as was the case during those times, it goes undiagnosed, although Albert is alert to the fact all is not well with his wife. As he’s called to Cobourg following the death of his father, he refuses Victoria’s pleas to accompany him, believing it would be better for her to be around the children.    

When Sir Robert Peel discusses the opening of Brunel’s new tunnel running under the river Thames, Victoria flatly declines, despite being fascinated by the concept. As Victoria’s inner torment worsens, her mother doesn’t help when she not so subtly points out how babies bring joy to their mothers. Feeling unsettled by the Duchess’ words, she visits the nursery but can’t bring herself to go in.

After an explosion at The Tower of London, Peel returns to the palace, imploring Victoria to visit the wounded. Overcoming her initial reluctance, the Queen goes, but she is overwhelmed at meeting the injured men. As she leaves, Peel assures she still made a difference to those she saw.

[Won't someone help Victoria?...]

Sep 18 2017 9:30am

First Look: Chantal Fernando’s Breaching the Contract (September 18, 2017)

Breaching the Contract by Chantal Fernando

Chantal Fernando
Breaching the Contract (Conflict of Interest Series #1)
Pocket Star / September 18, 2017 / $2.99 digital

In Breaching the Contract by Chantal Fernando, we meet Kat and Tristan who find themselves in an inappropriate office romance and I was here for every tense second of it! I do love a good secret relationship, and Kat and Tristan are pretty hot.

Kat is a hard-working new associate in Tristan’s law firm. His partner, Jaxon, was acting as her mentor until he had to take a sudden leave of absence and left Tristan to take over some of his cases...and the mentoring of Kat. Their mutual attraction makes the transition awkward, and add that the fact that Jaxon and Tristan have much different styles in mentorship, Kat is initially nervous about working under Tristan. Her fears are confirmed when he has her going on coffee runs and babysitting his two kids as opposed to directly helping with cases like she did with Jaxon. Despite all of this, there is some dynamic chemistry sizzling between these two and as Kat spends more time with Tristan and his family, she sees a vulnerable side to him. Likewise, Tristan sees the sharp wit and intelligence that will make Kat a great lawyer one day.

[Read more...]

Sep 18 2017 8:05am

Did Any of Your Favorite Shows/Ships Win an Emmy Last Night?

 Whenever the announcer says “And the Emmy goes to...” we all wait with bated breath to discover if our beloved TV show (usually, for us, because of the ships involved) has won. Last night many of our favorite shows were nominated—and won—an Emmy for their work. What were some of the shows you were rooting for? What did you love most about the Emmys? Did any of your favorite shows win the Emmy? 

Tell us about it in the comments!

Sep 17 2017 12:00pm

E.J. Russell Excerpt: Bad Boy’s Bard

E.J. Russell

Bad Boy's Bard by E.J. Russell

As far as rock star Gareth Kendrick, the last true bard in Faerie, is concerned, the only good Unseelie is . . . well . . . there’s no such thing. Two centuries ago, an Unseelie lord abducted Gareth’s human lover, Niall, and Gareth has neither forgotten nor forgiven.

Niall O’Tierney, half-human son of the Unseelie King, had never lost a wager until the day he swore to rid the Seelie court of its bard. That bet cost him everything: his freedom, his family—and his heart. When he’s suddenly face-to-face with Gareth at the ceremony to join the Seelie and Unseelie realms, Niall does the only thing inhumanly possible: he fakes amnesia. Not his finest hour, perhaps, but he never revealed his Unseelie heritage, and to tell the truth now would be to risk Gareth’s revulsion—far harder to bear than two hundred years of imprisonment.

Then a new threat to Gareth’s life arises, and he and Niall stage a mad escape into the Outer World, only to discover the fate of all fae resting on their shoulders. But before they can save the realm, they have to tackle something really tough: mending their own broken relationship.

Get a sneak peek at E.J. Russell 's Bad Boy's Bard (available September 18, 2017) with an exclusive excerpt of a selected scene.

As they flew down the freeway on Mal’s bike, Gareth had to force himself to concentrate on the road rather than the welcome pressure of Niall’s arms around his waist. He was both sorry and relieved when they pulled into the parking lot at Washington Park.

He led Niall to the gazebo overlooking the fountain. Niall settled on the bench somewhat gingerly.

“Are you all right?”

Niall glanced up at him, his shoulders lifting in a deep breath. “Yes. Just thinking.”

[Read the full Bad Boy’s Bard excerpt...]

Sep 17 2017 10:00am

8 Indie Romances You Should Be Reading in September 2017

September was an epic month in indie romance. All eight of these books will very likely end up on my Best of 2017 list. The writing is top-notch, the plots are mesmerizing, and the romance is sublime. Block out plenty of time to read this month, because I promise that you will not regret a single moment. 

Dear Bridget, I Want You by Penelope Ward and Vi Keeland

Dear Bridget, I Want You by Penelope Ward and Vi Keeland

(Amazon | B&N | Kobo)

Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward are as perfectly matched as peanut butter and jelly, Han Solo and Chewbacca, Amy Poehler and Tina Fey. They’re a powerhouse author duo, and every romance they co-write is the perfect blend of heat, heart, and entertainment, including Dear Bridget, I want You. Bridget Valentine is a widowed mother with an eight-year old son, and she’s hasn’t been interested in sex or dating since her husband passed away two years ago. Well, she wasn’t until she meets Simon Hogue, who is a phenomenal doctor, mind-bogglingly handsome and utterly charming with a sexy British accent. They have amazing chemistry and a vibrant connection, but Simon is four years younger, doesn’t want children and moving back to the UK soon. A romance between them feels impossible, but they cannot resist the unrelenting pull that is drawing them together.

Ward and Keeland vividly covey Simon and Bridget’s feelings of desperate longing and breathtaking attraction while deftly building the escalating sexual tension, but at the heart of this romance is a beautiful love story in which two people find each other when and where they least expect it. Dear Bridget, I want You makes an improbable happily-ever-after seem reasonable and attainable and leaves the reader feeling hopeful, and you’ll laugh, sigh, smile, and possibly blush while enjoying every moment of this sexy, feel-good romance.

[Read more...]

Sep 16 2017 11:00am

First Look: Rebecca Zanetti’s Storm Gathering (September 19, 2017)

Storm Gathering by Rebecca Zanetti

Rebecca Zanetti
Storm Gathering (Scorpius Syndrome #4)
Raz Ink / September 19, 2017 / $4.99 digital

When I cracked open Rebecca Zanetti’s newest installation of the Scorpius Syndrome series, I said to the Universe what I typically do when I start one of her books: hello great story, goodbye productivity.

I’m not typically a sci-fi or futuristic reader. I pretty much keep my timelines in the here and now, but I picked up a copy of Mercury Striking at a Romance Writers of America conference a while back because I love everything she writes (the man on the cover was so hot, but I really didn’t know what it was about). I cracked it open on the plane and was hooked right away. So much, that I have since read everything on her paranormal list. Who knew it was so good? Who knew! I’m particularly fond of the chapter headers, which serve as the diary entries for different characters.

The only way civilization will survive is if the women just take over. Duh.

- Maureen Shadow, Notes

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Sep 15 2017 4:30pm

Hot, Sticky, Sweet: Romance News & Deals from K. Bromberg, Lauren Dane, and More

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Top Off Your TBR Pile

Sweet Ache by K Bromberg

Deal Alert: K. Bromberg's new adult romance Sweet Ache is $1.99 at Amazon | Barnes & Noble | iBooks | Kobo | etc.* Bad-boy rockstar Hawkin Play has spent so much of his life fixing his twin brother's mistakes he's more than used to it. However, when Hunter's latest trouble with the law risks the band's future, not to mention his own, Hawke accepts a judge's sentence and becomes a guest lecturer at a local college, where he meets teacher's assistant Quinlan Westin and uses all his bad-boy charm to win her over. Who are your favorite rockers in romance?

Deal Alert: Julia Kelly's historical romance The Governess Was Wicked is $1.99 at Barnes & Noble | iBooks | Kobo | Amazon | etc.* Governess Elizabeth Porter cannot fault her sneaky charges' penchant for “falling ill” in order to get a visit from the dashing Doctor Edward Fellows. Try as she might, Elizabeth can't ignore Edward's charming manner or put their stolen kiss out of her memory. Are doctors the perfect prescription for romance?

Deal Alert: Lauren Dane's erotic romance Coming Back is $1.99 at iBooks | Kobo | Barnes & Noble | Amazon | etc.* Mick, Adam, and Jessi find their way back to one another and fight to make their love work a second time around. “Emotionally turbulent and wickedly sinful, Dane addresses the hardships and joys of a non-traditional relationship.”

Deal Alert: Sienna Snow's contemporary romance Rule Master is $1.99 at Kobo | Amazon | Barnes & Noble | iBooks | etc.* Italian heiress Milla Castra rebels against her family's wishes for an arranged marriage because she's already secretly married to the man of her dreams—Lex Duncan. When violence from Milla's past shows up on their doorstep, there's nothing Lex won't do to keep Milla safe.

[+ Danielle Steel's book desk & PNW romance reader appreciation event]

Sep 15 2017 2:58pm

Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries Movie Kickstarter Roars Onto the Scene!

Phyrne and Jack in Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries

Ahead-of-her-time private detective Miss Phryne Fisher and her partner/admirer Detective Inspector Jack Robinson are headed to the big screen in Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears! Maybe. With a little help from their fans. Because the crew and cast behind the 1920s-set Australian TV series Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries have launched a Kickstarter campaign to crowd-fund a feature film!

Watch this short video featuring star Nathan Page (Jack) with a cameo from star Essie Davis (Phryne) for more details about the one-month campaign to finance the movie:

Backer rewards include packages for behind-the-scenes updates on production, a limited-edition tote bag, a video message from Jack, tickets to the cast and crew screening of the movie, an accessory from Phryne's film wardrobe, and more! See all the rewards and back the Miss Fisher movie at the official Kickstarter page.

[Take all our money!...]

Sep 15 2017 2:00pm

“I love romance novels and I work in a comic book store”: Comments That Made Our Week

We at Heroes and Heartbreakers are so proud of and thankful for this wonderful community. Thank you for always adding a little extra sparkle to our week. In honor of Fan Friday, we want to give a special shoutout to a few of our favorite comments, and the readers behind them. We love your work!

Bitsy19 found some new books!

Bitsy19 in How to Turn Your Comic-Reading Friends into Romance Readers

Love this post! I love romance novels and I work in a comic book store so all these books super align with my tastes :) Also, just wanted to rec Jane by Aline Brosh McKenna. It came out this week and it's a gorgeous graphic novel that sets Jane Eyre in modern times!

[+3 more comments of the week]