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Jun 27 2017 9:30am

Steve Trevor and the Rise of the Softer Hero

Strong, capable heroines and the men who love them is a trend I can certainly get behind.

One of my favorite parts of Wonder Woman (besides all of it) is the portrayal of Steve Trevor. In my previous article about the film, I reference how their love story doesn't diminish Diana or her strength in any way, and that got me thinking about other men who fill the “love interest” role in films and television. 

Steve is my latest obvious example of a softer kind of hero. I don't mean soft to be diminutive in any fashion. More as a foil to overt hyper-masculinity that can be regressive. In other words, I enjoy Steve immensely because he's not an alpha asshole. There are so many men who fill this role, even in films or TV shows where they are decidedly not the focus, the narrative presents them in such a way where they are incapable of relinquishing a power they believe is theirs to wield. 

[But not Steve...]

Jun 9 2017 9:30am

Wonder Woman and That Pesky Love Interest Storyline

Wonder Woman's Diana & Steve

Note: This post contains spoilers!

I recently saw Wonder Woman at a women-only screening here in NYC and was blown away by the film itself and the experience of being able to sit in a room filled to the brim with women for whom Diana holds a special place in their hearts.

My bubble of happiness, however, was soon curtailed by an article at Slate in which the author declares that she “cannot abide the cheesy, thin romance that gets shoehorned into every plot.” 

Major rage-face, y'all.

The whole premise of said author's piece is that Wonder Woman can't possibly be as feminist as we think it is because of romantic entanglements and some other (potentially more valid) points to which I say—what?

Women are people. Whether they're part-god or not, women should be able to feel the entire scope of human emotions, and yes, that includes love—cheesy or not. There are arguments to be made, smart ones, about women's stories being more than one thing, but often times it misses WHY that's important.

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Jun 7 2017 3:00pm

5 Types of Ships You’ll Encounter in Fandom

Internet Famous by Danika Stone

Today we're thrilled to welcome Danika Stone (Internet Famous) to Heroes and Heartbreakers. Danika really knows her ships and so today she's here to talk about some of her favorite types of pairings you'll encounter in fandom. Thanks, Danika!

This year was rough on ships. The heartbreaking moments onscreen paled next to Carrie Fisher’s untimely death, a real life event that threw my Leia/Han vibes into overtime. I spent a good part of my Christmas holidays in a MAJOR Star Wars funk. What was I supposed to do when my oldest ship was gone?

After a week of tears, I came to a solution. Since a good story (and trope) can appear in more than one verse at a time, the shipping pairs should be no different. With that in mind, this post was born!

The Opposites Attract Pairing

The older a ship, the more likely it’ll draw comparisons. Leia/Han (Star Wars franchise) are the perfect opposites attract pairing, but they aren’t the only one. Here are some pairings with the same flavor…

Book:If you haven’t read By Your Side by Kasie West, you NEED to fix the oversight. Sparks fly when good girl Autumn Collins is trapped in a library with bad boy Dax Miller. Definitely Han and Leia material!

TV / Movie:Need more opposites (and more distraction?) Then Scully/Mulder from The X-Files are a great choice with all their barely contained swooning (and eye-rolling!) Bonus: if you’re into origins stories, you can even follow them back to their teen years with Agent of Chaos by Kami Garcia and Devil’s Advocate by Jonathan Maberry.


[More ships ahead!]

Jun 2 2017 3:00pm

Thornwood Heights Movie & Companion Novel Blend Mystery and Romance

Jennifer and Hayden in Deadly Secrets by the Lake

Enjoy a good cold-case mystery with your romance? Then you won't want to miss tonight's Thornwood Heights Mystery crossover event, which begins with a TV movie (Deadly Secrets by the Lake, airing tonight at 10 p.m. on LMN) and continues in a new romantic suspense novel (Zoe Carter's When Secrets Kill, released today by Harlequin).

The series kicks off with the return of NYPD detective Jennifer Riley to her hometown, Thornwood Heights, 20 years after the still-unsolved disappearance of her best friend, Abby. As it happens, Jennifer's high-school love and Abby's twin brother, Hayden, is back as well...

For a preview of the movie and to get to know a few of the key players in the town, head over to After watching the movie, read our excerpt for the sequel novel, When Secrets Kill, below.

Then let us know what you think! Good, bad, something in between? Did you like the multimedia aspect of the story or do you prefer standalone movies and books?

P.S. If you're digging this Lifetime movie/Harlequin team-up, check out our sneak peek at The Wrong Bed: Naked Pursuit, which also premieres tonight.

[Read an excerpt from When Secrets Kill...]

Jun 2 2017 1:00pm

Center Stage is the Greatest Dance Romance Movie Ever

Center Stage's Jody and Charlie

 There's something about dance movies that lend themselves so well to the genre of romance.

The not-so-great (read: why was this a thing?) remake of Dirty Dancing aside, there's something about films where character development happens with a pas-de-bourrée, or a rond-de-jambe, or a trip to the barre that grounds these coming-of-age or emerging talent stories. 

For me, the 2000 film Center Stage hits all the right marks. Beyond being utterly watchable, full of glossy, beautiful dancers and relative newcomer Zoe Saldana, Center Stage takes us along on Jody's journey, bad feet and all. 

Ingenue Jody Sawyer (who happens to share a last name with the ingenue from the musical 42nd Street) is starry-eyed and not at all discontented at the start of the movie. She's getting a shot coveted by so many ballet dancers across the world—a chance to dance for the American Ballet Academy. 

Like all great romances, Jody's first meet-cute with the hunky Cooper Nielsen is awkward and a little halting. She, of course, knows who he is and when he asks to help with her bags is stupified into cringeworthy, poorly worded phrases. It's sweet and tantalizing and draws you into the story and along on the journey with Jody.

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Jun 1 2017 3:00pm

Romance Leaps Off the Page and Onto the Screen with The Wrong Bed: Naked Pursuit

Corey Sevier and Jewel Staite in The Wrong Bed: Naked Pursuit

In the real world, waking up to find you're handcuffed to a stranger in a hotel room would be downright terrifying. But in new TV movie The Wrong Bed: Naked Pursuit, which is based on the Harlequin romantic suspense novel Naked Pursuit by Jill Monroe and which airs tomorrow on LMN, heroine Stella quickly realizes her handsome bedmate, firefighter Owen, is just as upset and confused as she is about how they ended up in this situation. Thus begins the central mystery of the story, and the middle (yes, the middle) of an intense romance.

Thanks to an opportunity to screen the movie and to chat with leading man Corey Sevier (who co-stars alongside Jewel Staite of Firefly fame), we've got everything you need to know to before tuning into this book-to-screen adaptation, starting with the teaser trailer for The Wrong Bed: Naked Pursuit.

Intrigued? Without giving too much away, we can tell you that by slowly piecing together the events of the previous day, Stella and Owen not only figure out how they ended up with memory loss and why they're suddenly in serious danger, but also that they were once well on their way to falling in love...

The movie's mix of mystery, suspense, and romance is certainly part of what drew actor Corey Sevier (whom you may remember from the Cedar Cove television show) to the role of fireman Owen Michaels. In talking about his character, Sevier says that he always looks for a character he can sink his teeth into and that he likes that Owen is a truly good, “solid” guy with a “heartfelt backstory.”

[That's just the beginning...]

May 24 2017 2:00pm

The Dirty Dancing Remake Is ... Fine

Dirty Dancing on ABC

Before we go any further, there’s something I want y’all to know. I am not a Dirty Dancing superfan. Not by a longshot. I grew up “watching” the movie at sleepovers in between prank calling school crushes and playing MASH, and while I own the soundtrack, I don’t listen to it regularly. It was an impulse buy from a bargain bin at Walmart. I can’t tell you which song belongs to which scene or recite any lines from the original film other than the iconic “baby in the corner” one.

Needless to say, I didn’t go into watching the TV remake with any real expectations. I wasn’t prepared to hate it, I wasn’t prepared to love it. I’m Switzerland.

Now, if you love the original, I think we both know why you’re reading this post. You want to hear all about how horrible it was. How little Miss Sunshine is no Baby. How the TV movie pales in comparison to the theatrical release. If that’s the case, superfans, don’t watch the TV movie. You’re gonna hate it. Don’t read this post, you’re gonna hate that too.

Because, as we established, I’m not a fan, and I found the remake to be perfectly fine.

Let’s break down some of the good, the bad, and the baby.

[The good, the bad, and the Baby]

May 24 2017 9:30am

Will Elizabeth Swann Get the Happy Ever After She Deserves in New Pirates of the Caribbean?

Elizabeth Swann, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

Will Elizabeth and Will End Up Together Forever?

It’s summer, time for another installment in the iconic Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. Take your eyes off of Jack Sparrow for a moment and ponder the magnificence of the true hero of the Pirates of the Caribbean films….Elizabeth Swann. 

Ahoy! Spoilers ahead, mateys!

In Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, young Elizabeth saved shipwrecked youth Will Turner by stealing the gold coin he wore so Will wouldn’t be accused of piracy. As the movie progresses, it’s Elizabeth who continues taking action to save herself and true love Will, parlaying with Barbossa, hiding her and Will’s true identity, rescuing herself and Jack Sparrow when they’re marooned on a desert island.

Following in the bootsteps of true-life pirate Mary Read, Elizabeth is all about saving her man, no matter what it takes. In the first film she was cast more-or-less as a love interest, but by the second and subsequent films, Elizabeth Swann grows into a woman of action, a pirate captain, someone who twists the plot to save the day. She chains Jack Sparrow to a mast to allow everyone else to escape in Dead Man’s Chest. She vows revenge for her father’s death and becomes Pirate Lord of the South China Sea in At World’s End, and she marries Will, but he becomes bound to the cursed Flying Dutchman and can only visit her once every ten years…or so we’re led to believe.

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May 23 2017 3:00pm

Dirty Dancing’s Johnny and Baby Last Forever—And You Can’t Tell Us Any Different!

Dirty Dancing

Baby and Johnny live happily ever after. Sure, it’s easy to write off the events of 1987’s beloved Dirty Dancing as a beautiful summer fling set to a kickass 1960s soundtrack—most people do—but I’m here to tell you that they make it. They survive past the credits and the last strains of “The Time of My Life.”

The basic plot of the movie involves a privileged, sheltered, college-bound girl, played by Jennifer Grey, falling for Patrick Swayze’s blue-collar dance instructor. But like so many romance novels we’ve devoured and loved, the emotional core is that they connect despite their differences — and they admire each other because of them. I’ve read summaries that describe Johnny as the worldly one in the relationship — and maybe he is sexually, but in all other ways...? Baby holds the power. Yes, she’s wealthy and educated, but she’s also fearless and brave and strong in her convictions. She goes after what she wants—and who she wants. That floors Johnny. Ultimately, he’s the one seduced, not her. 

Johnny: “I've never known anyone like you. You think you can make the world better. Somebody's lost, you find them. Somebody's bleeding—”

Baby: “I go get my daddy. That's really brave, like you said.”

Johnny: “That took a lot of guts to go to him! You are not scared of anything.”

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Apr 25 2017 12:35pm

Will We Have the Time of Our Life with Dirty Dancing Remake?

After being teased with casting news, set photos, and more for almost a year, the trailer is finally here for ABC's Dirty Dancing remake. Starring Abigail Breslin as Baby, we'll also be seeing familiar faces with an all-star cast including Debra Messing, Katey Segal, and Sarah Hyland. According to People, the movie will not just be a remake of the original movie, but also give us a glimpse into Baby and Johnny's happily ever after: what happens after the summer and what's up with some of the other beloved characters. 

Baby and Johnny in the Dirty Dancing remake

So, do you think you'll love the Dirty Dancing remake? What are your thoughts on knowing what happens after the summer? Do you want to know? 

Tell us about it in the comments!

If you never want the summer to end, stay tuned for a post on the best Baby and Johnny scenes coming soon. 

SEE ALSO: Dance Movies That Give Romance a Good Whirl


Apr 15 2017 1:00pm

Movie Night! 9 Books and the Movies That Inspired Them!

Tell Me Something Good by Jamie Wesley

If you spend time on Heroes and Heartbreakers, or with other groups of engaged readers, you'll notice that many of us love the idea of our favorite books becoming movies. But the pleasure can also flow in the opposite direction. I'm not talking about novelizations, but about books that get a little extra kick of interest from evoking our favorite movies.

The movie-book connection doesn't have to be a literal retelling, or even necessarily intentional. As soon as I read the plot description of Jamie Wesley's opposites-attract romance Tell Me Something Good, I knew I had to read it, because the story of battling radio personalities given a show together made me think of one of my favorite movies, “He Said/She Said.” The fact that there are plenty of differences in characters and plot just made it more intriguing and made me want to see where the author would take it. (Though sadly, no one throws a mug.

Other romances which use movie plots as a take off point include Eloping with Emmy by Liz Fielding (“It Happened One Night,” but with a goodhearted rather than arrogant heroine), Short Straw Bride by Dallas Schulze (“Seven Brides for Seven Brothers,” if it stopped with the first wedding) and My Favorite Bride by Christina Dodd (“The Sound of Music,” but with a heroine from the Regency slums rather than a convent. On her website, Dodd writes, “I get ideas everywhere — from the news, movies, books, friends, songs” so a number of her books fall into this theme. IIRC, Just The Way You Are uses several, including the musical “Bells Are Ringing.”)

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Apr 12 2017 1:30pm

The Best Nora Roberts Books That Have Been Turned Into Movies... So Far!


Seeing a beloved book adapted for film is a rare thrill for readers. Especially in romance, since very few of our books have been turned into movies. But in fact, one of the most adapated authors is one of the Romance genre's most prolific as well—Nora Roberts. Everyone has a different favorite Nora movie, but that's because there are many excellent choices! If you're not in the mood to read, watch an adaptation of some of our favorite Nora titles. 

We've ranked the top ten must-see Nora movies in order of necessary viewing. Don't think it's quite right? Feel free to debate with us down in the comments. Now, on to the list! 

10. Tribute

The late Brittany Murphy stars in this movie as Cilla McGowan, a woman who traded in child-star fame in order to restore old homes. She sets her sights on her grandmother's former home that's in need of rescuing only to end up haunted by memories of her. Throw in a romance with a hunky graphic novel writing hero, and this is one spooky and satisfying ghost story. 

9. Sanctuary

Famous photographer Jo Ellen Hathaway is being stalked, so she returns to the small island town she grew up in only to have her problems follow her back home, but don't worry—there is a wonderful second-chance-at-love story as well. 

[Where will your favorite fall??]

Mar 17 2017 4:30pm

Rebel With a Cause: Romance News & Deals from Maisey Yates, Christina Lee, 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

Last Chance Rebel by Maisey Yates

Deal Alert: Maisey Yates' cowboy contemporary Last Chance Rebel is $.99 at Barnes & Noble | Amazon | iBooks | Kobo | etc.* Gage, the man Rebecca's never been able to forget, is back and pulling out all the stops to make her his own in the sixth book of Yates' Copper Ridge series. Can't resist a cowboy? We've got all the ingredients you need to cook up a smoking-hot cowboy!

Deal Alert: Christina Lee's new adult romance All of You is $1.99 at Amazon | iBooks | Kobo | Barnes & Noble | etc.* Lee's debut title features a tattooed virgin hero “whose depth and sensitivity you have to read to believe.” Don't miss out on this delicious study of sexual tension.

Deal Alert: Gill Paul's women's fiction novel The Secret Wife is $.99 at iBooks | Barnes & Noble | Kobo | Amazon | etc.* Take a family journey that stretches from 1914 to 2016 in this gripping, emotional novel. And don't miss out on more Women's Fiction Best Bets. 

[+Dumplin' gets a Friend...]

Feb 23 2017 10:30am

9 Beloved High School Movies for Every Mood


Today we're thrilled to welcome Sheryl Scarborough (To Catch a Killer) to Heroes and Heartbreakers. Sheryl write Young Adult novels and while many of us are out of our teens, there's still something to love and reminisce over when it comes to beloved high school movies. Sheryl is here today with a few of her favorites—and the lessons we've all learned from them. Thanks, Sheryl!

To fully celebrate the awesomeness of high school movies I made a list of essential high school lessons then filled in movies to fulfill that list. What would high school be without: girlfriends, rebellion, positive self image, embracing differences, sensitivity, higher learning, sensible rules, a do over, and entrepreneurial spirit?


High school is difficult. It’s like being shipped off to another planet where the assignment is to fit in and look cool while learning all about the aliens (called boys!) To complicate matters, these boys aren’t going to give up any information about who they are or how to deal with them. This assignment would totally suck without cool girlfriends to help figure it all out. Cher in Clueless is very definitely the super-cool girlfriend I wished I had in high school. Don’t get me wrong I had girlfriends, and we were cool. But Cher is super-cool, a heroic best friend.

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Feb 21 2017 5:30pm

Start Your Engines: Romance News & Deals from Gillian Archer, Susan Mallery, 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

Ruthless by Gillian Archer

Deal Alert: Gillian Archer's motorcycle club romance Ruthless, first in the True Brothers MC series, is $.99 in e-book at Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Kobo | iBooks | etc.* It's hard to beat a wicked man with a heart of gold—they sure rev our engines! 

Deal Alert: Susan Mallery's women's fiction novel The Friends We Keep, Book 2 in the Mischief Bay series, is $1.99 in e-book at Amazon | Barnes & Noble | etc.* Three friends provide love and comfort to one another as they journey through the stress and turmoil of life's expectations. It's no surprise that romance is the perfect place to tackle tough issues.

Deal Alert: Julianna Keyes' college co-ed romance Undecided is $1.99 in e-book at iBooks | Kobo | Barnes & Noble | Amazon | etc.* This sexy new adult romance features two characters who don't do anything by halves...including the trouble they get themselves into! Don't miss out on these fresh new adult romances from January!

[+Emma Watson sings 'Belle']

Feb 14 2017 1:00pm

20 Date-Night Approved Valentine’s Day Episodes, Movies, and More to Stream

Source: Shutterstock

Whether it’s romance you’re looking for or just something to make you feel good and laugh, Team H&H has some suggestions on things you can watch if you want to stay in and laugh, swoon—or a combo of the two. These are all availabe to stream on Amazon, Netflix, Hulu, and more, so you don't even need to leave the comfort of your own home to have the perfect night in!

Feel the Love

Two Weeks Notice

Two Weeks’ Notice (Netflix) —Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant play conscientious lawyer, and clueless CEO respectively in this tropey, delightful rom-com.

The Office: Episode 7x16, “PDA” (Netflix) — Holly and Michael make their relationship Office Official when they announce they’re back together… which earns them a stern talking to on the company policy on office PDA.

North & South (On Netflix until March 1)—Based on the novel of the same name by Elizabeth Gaskell, get ready to swoon at Richard Armitage’s smoldering looks. Watch this title before it leaves Netflix on March 1st.

Belle  (available to rent or purchase on Amazon)— Dido Elizabeth Belle is the mixed race daughter of an English captain in this gorgeous film about 18th century England. It is heart-wrenching, but oh so beautiful.

[More swoony and feel good titles ahead...]

Feb 10 2017 10:30am

10 Classic Romantic Comedies You Must Watch

The recent article on romantic comedies seemed to omit anything before 1987. Although the list was utterly lovely, and included a couple of movies I really have to catch up on now, may this vintage lover remind you of some of the classics? My husband and I fell in love while watching some of these movies. No, I’m not that old, but we were students and we watched a lot of Saturday afternoon TV.

I know some are in monochrome, but I don’t care. They’re funny.

1. Top Hat

Yes, I know it’s a musical, but it’s also funny. As well as the sublime pairing of Fred and Ginger, there are some really great moments of pure romantic comedy. The scene after Ginger has come up to complain about the noise is wonderful. Instead of tap dancing, Fred spills dirt from a plant on the floor and does a soft shoe shuffle instead. Melts me every time.

2. Singin' in the Rain

More music! But the film within a film, the Scarlet Pimpernel-ish movie when they’re trying to get to grips with sound is so great, it has to be on my list.

[+8 More Classic Titles...]

Feb 3 2017 3:00pm

Does the Fifty Shades Darker Movie Live Up to the Book?: A Fan Review from the World Premiere (SPOILERS)

Fifty Shades Darker

Is Christian and Ana's Second Big-Screen Romp Worth the Wait?

Note: This post contains spoilers from the premiere of Fifty Shades Darker, the film adaptation of E.L. James' Fifty Shades of Grey sequel of the same name.

Fifty Shades Darker

When a popular book gets made into a movie, every reader wants to know what stayed and what didn’t make the cut. What characters don’t have their moment in the sun? What iconic scenes are brought to life and which ones lay on the cutting room floor? What locations are too complicated or expensive to film and which are absolutely vital to the success of the movie?

I was privileged to attend the Fifty Shades Darker Hollywood premiere as the plus one of my friend Lish Fish aka @50shadesgirlPDX. I will attempt to answer all the questions I posed above in this book to movie recap. If you’re curious about anything else, please ask me in the comments section.

Fifty Shades Darker has been described as a love story within a thriller and it lived up on both counts. Christian Grey wants Anastasia Steele back in his life and there’s nothing he won’t do, no changes he won’t make, to get her back. Difference number one: there’s no romantic sunset helicopter ride to Portland in Christian’s chopper so that Ana can get to José’s gallery opening: Ana never leaves Seattle. Christian shows up at the show and persuades a not-very-reluctant Ana to have dinner with him. This slight variation is a pattern that continues through Darker: although the details and scenes don’t always match up 100% with the book, the essence of Christian and Ana’s relationship moving forward is true to E.L. James’ vision. That is surely not at all surprising, since James’ husband, screenwriter and novelist Niall Leonard, wrote the script.

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Jan 26 2017 5:00pm

The 10 Best Romantic Comedies of All Time!

What are the top 10 romantic comedies of all time? Find out!

The Princess Bride

We love hosting authors on Heroes and Heartbreakers, especially when they are also our bloggers—so with that in mind, we're pleased to welcome A.J. Pine (Worth the Wait) and Jennifer Blackwood (The Rule Maker) to H&H in their author capacity. We tasked them with a pretty hard job—list the greatest romantic comedies of all time—and they certainly delivered. See what they picked! Thanks, A.J. and Jennifer!

Note: All of these romantic comedies are guaranteed with Happy-Ever-Afters. While we love classic love stories like The Notebook and others, you'll only find romantic comedies in the truest sense of the word on this list!

Wait...we can only pick ten? Let’s just start by saying that we know Pride and Prejudice is on the top of everyone’s list—as well as any sort of iteration like Bridget Jones (for A.J.’s generation) or What a Girl Wants (for Jen’s). We’ll just assume you don’t need to be reminded of Austen’s classic. So we’re not leaving it off the list, but already know you’ve already got it on yours.

But still the task is a tough one, one we don’t take lightly.

Okay, Heroes and Heartbreakers. You’ve given us a challenge, and we have nothing else to say other than…


[And the Best RomComs are...]

Jan 24 2017 9:05am

Everybody Loves Somebody!

I have loved Karla Souza since I saw her in Season 1 of How to Get Away with Murder. I don't watch HTGAWM anymore, but I do still follow along with Karla Souza, and so I am super excited for this new film—it looks like a tropey, My Big Fat Greek Wedding-esque movie!