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July 2 2015

Throwback Thursday: What Book Most Influenced Your Adult Reading?

We all have those books that we read and loved as children or young teens that then went on to heavily influence our reading as adults. Sometimes it's that we discover the author was writing...
April 15 2015

My Mad Fat Diary: The Best First Love Story You Will Ever Watch

There are few romantic tropes as intoxicating as the first love trope, and I have never encountered a book, movie, or television show with a better first love story than My Mad Fat Diary. Based on the...
July 8 2014

Feels Like the First Time: My First Romance Novel—Diana Palmer’s Rogue Stallion

Romance has this thing about first times. Everyone has their first time with a romance novel. Some of us remember them, and others don’t. Sometimes it’s something as simple as a plot...
May 27 2014

Second Chances at First Loves from Higgins, Andersen, Dahl and More!

Over the next couple of weeks, the skies will be filled with mortarboards as millions of students graduate from high school and college. After years of hard work and dedication (for most), their dreams...
December 22 2013

First Look: Robin Constantine’s The Promise of Amazing (December 31, 2013)

Robin Constantine The Promise of Amazing Harper Collins / December 31, 2013 / $17.99 print, $9.78 digital Wren Caswell is average. Ranked in the middle of her class at Sacred Heart, she’s...
November 20 2013

Feels Like the First Time: First Loves in Romance

Today we welcome author Jeannie Moon to Heroes and Heartbreakers to talk first loves. Jeannie's new release, Unexpectedly Yours, pairs a geotechnical engineer with a millionaire, and each has something...
April 5 2013

Breaking YA Ground in Wisconsin with Maureen Daly’s Seventeenth Summer

We’re reading our way across America…one romance at a time. Wisconsin: Seventeenth Summer by Maureen Daly There aren’t a lot of books out there that have literally changed...