Aug 22 2014 2:53pm

H&H Debriefing: Gothic Heroes!

Another day, another way to follow H&H—we're now on YouTube! Subscribe to the HeroesnHearts channel to catch weekly Debriefings in which Team H&H's Heather, Megan, and Jenn discuss what's hot in romance.

In this week's episode, we tackle Susan Elizabeth Phillips' Heroes Are My Weakness, which Megan is reading now and for which H&H has a sexy excerpt here, with a guest post from SEP herself to come on Monday. Then the convo turns to our general love of Gothic romances and their delicously brooding heroes.

Missed last week's? Catch up on our chat about identifying as romance fans here; we'd love to hear your experiences too!

*Note: For some reason Heather says our SEP excerpt is from Chapter 3 but she's crazy so just ignore that; it's a selected scene from later on in the book.

Subscribe to this conversation (must be logged in):
Kim Haynes
1. kahintenn
I'm so glad you posted this, as I did not know you were on YouTube. I just watched all seven of the posts so far, and really enjoyed them. It's also nice to put faces and voices with the names I see on H&H all the time. Thanks for all you do to keep us all informed about the best of romance!
Jessica Moro
2. JessicaMoro
I love these type of heroes as well! Awesome brief. What Ann Stuart novel do you suggest I start with? I haven't read her books and I'm excited to dive in!
Heather Waters
3. HeatherWaters
@Kahintenn -- Thanks so much! We really appreciate it! Glad you enjoyed.

@JessicaMoro -- Oh, boy, where to start with her... Cold As Ice is more straight-up romantic suspense, but I know I devoured that when it came out. Into the Fire is a contemporary Gothic, I'd say, and may have been the first I read (not sure). Lord of Danger is historical with her trademark dark hero.

Curious to hear what you think, and if you see what I mean about the Gothic tone!
Post a comment