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August 21 2017

Meet Lisa Kleypas’s Hathaway Family (in Reading Order)

Almost a full year has passed since I picked up my first Lisa Kleypas historical romance. Since then, I'm thrilled to say I've caught up on just about all of her series and even fell completely...
August 21 2017

Let’s Discuss Mine Till Midnight by Lisa Kleypas!

If you're in the mood for a fun, witty, and sexy historical romance, you won't need to look any further than Lisa Kleypas's Mine Till Midnight, our August pick for Book Club. Whether...
August 21 2017

9 Lisa Kleypas Quotes That Will Make You Swoon, Sigh, and Laugh

As part of Heroes and Heartbreakers' EBook of the Month Club, we had a walk down memory lane with this month's choice, Mine Till Midnight by Lisa Kleypas. We love historical romance,...
August 21 2017

August’s Book Club Pick Is Lisa Kleypas’s Mine Till Midnight—Download Your Copy!

Our book club gives “summer of love” a whole new meaning. Each month through August, Heroes and Heartbreakers will spotlight a new romance to read and then invite readers to gather...
May 2 2016

Secret Keeper Shelf: The Best Kept Secret Identities in Romance

Today we're thrilled to welcome author Eva Leigh to the site. Eva's recent release of Temptation of a Wallflower came out on April 26 and features a hero and heroine who have been keeping...
September 21 2015

Historically the Best: Lisa Kleypas’s Top Historical Romance Couples

In light of Lisa Kleypas’ return to historical romance, I’m inspired by the romance gods to highlight five of my favorite couples. There are so many fabulous couples so it was hard...
April 8 2015

The Sisterhood of Spinsterhood: 8 Firmly On-the-Shelf Romance Heroines from Austen, Hoyt, Kleypas, and More!

Spinster (noun): A woman beyond the typical age of marrying with little likelihood to do so. A crueler name disguised in polite society could not have been created for our historical romance heroines....
December 16 2014

Happy V-Day!: Virgin Heroines from Kenyon, Quinn, and More!

Honestly, I’m a sucker for the virgin heroine. When done well, there’s something about the Dance of the Deflower that draws me in and keeps me captive through the night until I have my HEA....
October 18 2014

The Ties that Bind: Siblings in Romance Novels from Ashley, Roberts, Andre, and More!

Coming from a large family, I always enjoy reading romance books that also feature sibling relationships. Protectors, confidantes, and allies all rolled into one, your siblings can prove to be your...
May 12 2014

Not Rarer Than Hen’s Teeth: Happy Families in Romance Novels

Q: What do a bunch of Disney movies and a slew of romances have in common? A: Dozens of main characters who are orphans or who experienced unhappy childhoods. Cold mothers and/or absent fathers...
March 16 2013

If at First You Don’t Succeed—Series That Improve After the First Book

Larissa Ione's epic Demonica series. Lisa Kleypas's delightful Hathaways. Meljean Brook's swashbuckling Iron Seas series. These series that pull from every genre imaginable have one very...
November 19 2012

Author Cara Elliott on Second Chances in Love

Today we welcome author Cara Elliot, whose upcoming release Too Dangerous to Desire is the final installment in her Lords of Midnight trilogy. We are delighted to have Cara here to talk about second...
March 31 2011

Ladies Do Not Prefer Blonds (as Romance Heroes)

There aren’t many blond romance heroes. Of course, blond is a rare hair color—1-2% worldwide—but in the U.S. and England, where the majority of contemporary, suspense, and historical...