Something I love about Georgia Beers’s books is all the heart that she puts into her stories. Her characters are decent people falling in love in gentle ways. For those reasons, I was ready to love BLEND, but it ended up feeling a bit flat.
Welcome to the second installment of April mini-reviews! A mixed bag, with lesbian vampire romance, an m/f farmer romance, and a memoir of a pro dominatrix.
Today we're sharing a review of the ROGUE DESIRE Anthology, previously posted at Heroes & Heartbreakers in July 2017.
Veronica Scott is back to recommend four April sci-fi romance titles for your enjoyment!
Today we're talking with historical romance author Theresa Romain. Her next book, LADY ROGUE, comes out next week and we'll have a review of it then. In the meanwhile, we hope you enjoy this interview! There's also a giveaway at the end, if you're into free books ;)
Cat Sebastian recently gave an interview on The Muse talking about LGBTQ characters in historical romance. Not surprising, it was glorious. Sebastian has become one of the biggest names in historical romance by not sticking to its tropes. She ties together all of the things we love about historicals (Class! Outfits! Balls! Drama!) and adds her own element - m\m romances. So imagine my surprise when I pick up UNMASKED BY THE MARQUESS and see a woman on the cover. Was she switching it up? Was this an m/f romance?
Don’t let the cover fool you. This book is still very very queer and very very delightful.
We're re-posting author Tamsen Parker's Heroines in STEM posts from Heroes & Heartbreakers. Missed the first one? Start here.
Andie J. Christopher is a USA Today Bestselling author of sexy contemporary romance. I read her story in the ROGUE ACTS anthology and, soon after, a piece she wrote for Cosmopolitan on being a romance author in the #MeToo moment. Both of them convinced me that everyone ought to be reading her work.
This is a re-post of a piece I wrote for Heroes & Heartbreakers in January, 2017. Given some discussion I've seen lately on category romance vs. single title romance, I think it might be a good time to bring it up again!