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August 10 2017

First Look: Sandra Brown’s Seeing Red (August 15, 2017)

Sandra Brown  Seeing Red   Grand Central Publishing / August 15, 2017 / $27.00 print, $13.99 digital It takes real skill to create a story that delivers romance while at...
November 18 2015

Finding the Balance: Types of Romantic Suspense to Get Your Heart Racing

To me, the best romantic suspense offers a fine balance of romance and suspense. Conflict, crisis and resolution are important to romantic suspense. By definition, a romance includes “a central...
August 17 2015

First Look: Sandra Brown’s Friction (August 18, 2015)

Sandra Brown Friction Grand Central Publishing / August 18, 2015 / $26.00 print, $12.99 digital Crawford Hunt wants his daughter back. Following the death of his wife four years ago,...
Rhyll Biest
January 8 2015

Last Night a DJ Saved My Life: Heroes and Heroines Who Are DJs from Ashley, Crusie, and More!

Romance heroes and heroines work at the most interesting professions, and one that is conducive to romance is a DJ, so don't touch that dial, here's a rundown of some of the best DJs in romance. Jennifer...
January 30 2014

Keeping You in...: Top 10 Romantic Suspense Novels You Should Read

Romantic Suspense is a tricky genre, requiring a perfect balance between its two main elements. If the plot is too heavy on the suspense, romance readers are bound to be disappointed because we love...
April 8 2013

Spring Marches into E-Books: Newly Digitized Titles for Your E-Reader

As the number of those of us reading digitally continues to grow, more and more backlist titles are becoming available in e-book form. Grand Central, for instance, recently began to digitally publish...
January 29 2013

Perfect Unions: Texas Gets Texas! Lucky in Sandra Brown’s Novel

We’re reading our way across America…one romance at a time. Texas: Texas! Lucky by Sandra Brown (Texas! Trilogy, Book 1) The Lone Star State has much to recommend it. Twenty-eighth...
January 11 2013

That’s What SHE Said: The Unreliable Narrator in Romance Novels

An unreliable narrator is, as the phrase says, a narrator who can't be trusted. Unreliable narrators are a device in fiction usually to throw doubts on which events actually occurred. The narrators...
October 29 2012

Stormy Weather Makes for Stormy Lovin’ (in Romance Novels!)

Oh the weather outside…. While waiting in line for batteries, bread and toilet paper to face the coming Franken-tropical-storm-Sandy, I thought, hey, I should get some appropriate reading...
October 5 2012

Removing the Shade: Barriers of Multicultural Romances

When I first started writing for this site, my initial posts shone a spotlight on multicultural romances, as I feel they’re underappreciated and overlooked in the romance genre. Even I didn’t...
October 3 2012

November 2012 Upcoming Romance Novel Releases Shopping List

Find your future faves with this delightfully convenient shopping list of romance novels coming out in November. We’ve divided them up by subgenre to make it easier for those who’ve got...
May 30 2012

June 2012 Upcoming Romance Releases Shopping List!

Find your future faves with this delightfully convenient shopping list of romance novels coming out in June. We’ve divided them up by subgenre to make it easier for those who’ve got a very specific...
October 20 2011

Getting Away with Murder: Motivation from Lori Foster and Toni Blake

As a reader, I like characters who aren’t perfect, characters who make mistakes and have flaws. But I still have to like those characters. So how far can a character go without losing the sympathy...
August 12 2011

You Introduced Me to Janet Evanovich, Iris Johansen, et al.: A Love Letter to Loveswept

When the first Stephanie Plum novel, One for the Money, was released to much acclaim among the chickliterati in 1994, I was gifted with a copy by a friend very dedicated to that particular genre. “It’s...