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Quiz: Which Type of Historical Romance Heroine Are You?

Quiz: Which Type of Historical Romance Heroine Are You?by Guest Blogger

Authors Grace Burrowes, Katie MacAlister, and Shana Galen would love to invite you to take their historical romance quiz. Below is the quiz written by the authors which asks readers if they are royalty, an operative, or a member of a retinue. #1 What word best describes you? a) effervescent b) nonconfrontational (mostly) c) stealthy […]

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Forget Babies, Here’s Where Love Scenes Come From

Forget Babies, Here’s Where Love Scenes Come Fromby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Dani Collins, author of The Dani Collins Erotic Romance Collection: Mastering Her Role\Playing the Master One of the most clichéd question we romance writers get is something along the lines of, “How do you research the sex scenes?” It’s one of those things where the people saying it don’t mean anything, they […]

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Life Lessons as Learned from Romance: Finding Your Partner

Life Lessons as Learned from Romance: Finding Your Partnerby Guest Blogger

Guest post by Ember Leigh, author of Jaded My name is Ember Leigh, and I’m the author of Jaded from Breathless Press. I write contemporary erotic romance that usually features a lot of emotional conflict as one or both characters struggle to come to terms with being in a relationship. That sounds like a lot […]

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Top 10 Love Lessons from Kick-Ass Heroines

Top 10 Love Lessons from Kick-Ass Heroinesby Keira G

Guest blog by Pema Donyo, author of The Innocent Assassins My upcoming release, THE INNOCENT ASSASSINS, features a former assassin serving undercover as a spy for the CIA. Along the way, she struggles with her feelings for the assassin organization’s next-in-command. To be honest, kick-ass heroines provide even better love lessons than traditional romance heroines. […]

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10 Key Elements to a Heartfelt Romance

10 Key Elements to a Heartfelt Romanceby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Dee Dee M. Scott, author of Sent From Heaven Thanks so much for having me on today. I write in many genres, but I have to say, other than writing thriller/horror my other favorite genre to write is Romance. I was a romance reader way before I was a romance writer. My […]

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Out of Your Reading “Comfort” Zone

Out of Your Reading “Comfort” Zoneby Keira G

If you’re like me, you have a list of things that you like and hate to read. Sometimes though, you come across a book that you should dislike emphatically because it hits on one major dislike or several minor dislikes… and yet, despite the book containing things you dislike to read you find yourself irresistibly […]

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Three Pet Peeves That Get My Goat

Three Pet Peeves That Get My Goatby Keira G

Many of us have pet peeves when it comes to our reading habits. There are certain things that when executed just about darn get our goat. For me, I have three pet peeves that really get my ire up; I wonder if you’ll agree. Contradictions – If a character has never roller-skated don’t make the […]

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The Allure of the Impossible Romantic Interest

The Allure of the Impossible Romantic Interestby Keira G

As is most often the case in a romance novel, one or both main characters is considered an impossible catch. Hero or heroine, this particular lead is often regarded as the cream of the crop, the tip of the top, and the best of the best. He’s the most eligible bachelor. She’s the rarest diamond […]

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