Therese Beharrie is known for two things: sweet Harlequin romances and a series of romances that take place entirely in one day. That last bit? Tricky and impressive. (We reviewed the first in that series a while back if you're curious.)
This post comes to us from Melinda, a romance reader and freelance editor. Find her at @melindaedits on Twitter!
Going to a book conference can be overwhelming for multiple reasons – knowing that you’re going to be in the same space as authors you admire? Overwhelming AF! Trying to talk to them!? Ack! One of the things that I also find so overwhelming - but wonderful - is how to pick which books to get signed.
Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing has all the hallmarks of a classic house-party mystery: isolated location, communications cut-off due to unexpectedly bad weather and a full cast of shady characters with hidden motivations. Full of tension and secrets, Adhara continues to craft fascinating mysteries while complicating and deepening the relationship between the cross-species crime-solving & romantic partners, Dayton and Park, who in this installment go undercover at a relationship retreat while tracking a missing person.
There are new books coming out in March. Get excited!
I admit, I've got to work on my own excitedness, this winter has been brutal in so many ways.
Wishing all of us good books, restful days and a box of matches.
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This review comes to us from Mel! We're excited to work with her on a few upcoming pieces and hope you will all welcome her and maybe fangirl with her on Twitter a bit.
This review comes from Funmi, one of our favorite people on Twitter and in general. You can find her at @FunmiReadsHEAs.
Here we are in February 2020 and I feel like this year is out to get me. I’m starting to take it personally. My reading so far has been fairly lackluster and the continued RWA crisis has now devolved into me keeping a small pillow on my desk for fear of repeated concussions. Hey, at least I have half-priced Valentine’s Day candy and a new crop of unusual historicals to cheer me up.
Here are the February publications catching my eye:
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Mini-reviews of The Aussie Next Door, The Demigod Complex,and All the Stars and Teeth, which means one contemporary m/f romance, one m/f YA fantasy (with romance), and an m/f paranormal.
In A Prince on Paper, a made-for-the-tabloids relationship provides a much needed distraction from a kingdom-shaking referendum for Johan and an opportunity to escape for Nya. Nya and Johan at first glance seem an unlikely match, a smothered and cloistered teacher and a globe-trotting serial heart-breaker, yet Cole develops a sweet and believable intimacy rooted in the secrets they share only with each other.