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September 5 2014

Friday Beefcake: 2014 Fantasy Football Picks

Football season has begun! There are lots of amazingly talented people drafted, and many favorite return players. We asked our Twitter followers for some of their favorite, and foxiest, football...
July 4 2014

Friday Beefcake: Fourth of July Edition

Source:   It's a holiday weekend at H&H, so we're going to just leave this picture of a panting...
June 11 2014

Exclusive Cover Reveal: For Love and Liberty Anthology!

Today we're thrilled to reveal the cover for the For Love and Liberty anthology on Heroes and Heartbreakers. Alyssa Cole, Lena Hart, Kate McMurray, and Stacey Agdern take on the American Revolution...
May 9 2014

A Very Unusual Historical: Margeaux Otis’s 1919: After the War

It's no secret that I have a love affair with the First World War. Though many view it with sorrow and horror—an image fostered by the poetry of Wilfred Owen and programmes like Blackadder...
March 12 2014

Decision-Making in Callie Hutton’s The Duke’s Quandary

It is a truth universally to be accepted by readers of historical romance that a young woman, if beloved by the man of her dreams, will blossom under the sun of love and acceptance. This proves...
March 5 2014

Made in America: American Heroines and Heroes in English-Set Historical Romances

For well over four decades, authors of historical romance novels have found that the conflict between American and British cultures adds interesting layers to the relationship between the hero and the...
December 7 2013

Top 10 American Historicals: An Opinionated Opinion

I grew up reading and rereading Elswyth Thane’s Williamsburg series, not exactly romance fiction, but with all the matches from Tibby and Julian in Colonial America through six more books to their...
March 22 2011

Nebula Romances: M.K. Hobson’s The Native Star

The first thing I noticed about the “Best Novel” finalists for this year's Nebula Awards was that five of the six nominees were women writers—and I wasn't seeing any hint of...