Romance Genres Reviewed:
We love romances and are equal opportunists for every genre. We can’t review every book, but we love to try. Books are accepted for review based solely on openings and reviewer preferences.
Become a Team Member:
All readers are encouraged to become members of the LRP team! Shoot me an e-mail at email@example.com if you can be become a regular (once a week) or semi-regular (a few times a month) contributor.
Finding Books to Read:
All posts, and especially the reviews, are highly categorized to help you find the type of books you love to read. You can find books by author last name, review rating, romance sub-genre, character types, character jobs, plot devices, tropes, and more.
If you can’t commit to being a regular reviewer you can still get free books without any obligations. LRP hosts many giveaways for print and digital romance novels. You can find out about these opportunities by going to the category contests. You will almost always find them in author interviews and author guest blogs. So drop on by and leave a comment!
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The Woman Behind the Blog:
Hi I’m Keira Gillett, and for a very long time I’ve been only a reader and a reviewer. In March 2015 I self-published my first book in the middle grade / YA genre. Explore my author website for more information about the Zaria Fierce Trilogy.
It’s fun to write, but let’s not forget I’m still an insatiable romance reader. In any given month you can see me reading a romance in paperback, on my Kindle, or listening to an audiobook. Did I mention I was insatiable? I love romance novels.
In particular, I love historical romances. Give me a duke, earl, or marquis in tan breeches, white billowy shirts, and starchy cravats. Or failing that I’d take a strapping logger, farmer, or railway baron from America. I’ll even take a brooding vampire struggling to keep the woman he loves safe and happy forever.
When you read my reviews you’ll know right away, I like my damaged heroes. Give me a tortured, blind, or scarred hero and I’m halfway in love already. They are exactly my cup of tea. Throw in some variation of “I’m not good enough for her…” and now we’re really cooking! Just don’t do that to my heroines. It’s a double standard, but I don’t apologize for my personal preference.
My favorite plots are marriage of convenience, secluded/isolated (desert) romances, and fairy tale reinventions. Beauty and the Beast works well with the type of hero I prefer. If I could find more Little Mermaid plots that would be gravy! Check here for a full list of My Instant Turn Ons, Offs, and Ifs.
My idea of a perfect evening is a rainy night spent curled up under my old fuzzy blanket as I read the latest from my TBR pile. Now if I was reading and traveling, that’d be fab too!
Until next time,