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Get into Bed with Julia London (Author Interview)

Keira: One of the things I liked best about your rivals romance One Mad Night was that the hero and heroine played fair and it was still fun!…

Review: When the Rogue Returns (The Duke’s Men, Book 2) by Sabrina Jeffries

Hero: Victor Cale just recently learned of his wife’s whereabouts after she abandoned him and said their marriage was a mistake. She left him to face the consequences…

Review: His Most Exquisite Conquest by Emma Darcy

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Lucy Flippance has gone through life with a bad opinion of men. Whenever she has dated them in the past, they have started…

Review: Destiny of the Wolf by Terry Spear

Terry Spear weaves paranormal, suspense, and romance together in one non-stop rollercoaster of passion and adventure. I was pleasantly surprised to find myself enjoying a protagonist werewolf plot…

First Love – A Love for Life?

by Margaret James, guest blogger and author of The Silver Locket and The Golden Chain Thank you for inviting me to be a guest blogger on Love Romance…

You’re so Vain, You Think this Romance is About You, Don’t You?

Carly Simon was onto something when she claimed, “you’re so vain.” What is romance, after all, but being (seemingly) attended to as you secretly think you deserve? ~Michael…

Review: Seduction by Amanda Quick

This lovely little book was a quick and delightful read. I was sad to finish it because it meant that I would have to let the leads Julian…

Review: An Offer You Can’t Refuse by Jill Mansell

What would constitute an offer you can’t refuse? Is it money, glory and fame, mercy for a loved one, promises of everlasting passion… For Lauren (whose gone by…

Review: Boss Man from Ogallala by Janet Dailey

If you’re looking for a wonderful older romance, Boss Man From Ogallala is just what you need. With her father in hospital recovering from broken hip, Casey Gilmore…

The Language of Literary Sex

For this article we’re going to skip over the titillating parts about raging tumescence and disintegrating virginal barriers otherwise known as land of frankness and euphemisms. We won’t…

Review: The Sheikh’s Defiant Bride by Sandra Marton

Points go to Sandra Marton for using a fairly unique way to go about the common pregnant bride plot. A screw up in courier running between two doctors’…

Review: Dark Deception – An Immortal Realms Novel by Suzanne Rock

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer If you love your romance novels to have a nice touch of vampire passion in them then this is the novel for you…

It’s Not Just About the SEX!

by Terry Spear, guest blogger I work in a library, and recently, we’ve had a lot of middle-aged women coming in looking for Zane Grey novels. Normally, it’s…

Defined: Emotion and Passion, pt 1

I sent out a query on Twitter to romance authors and readers if they’d be interested in answering two quick questions. These two questions are ones that I…

Get into Bed with Lisa Jackson (Author Interview)

Keira: I’ve heard that when you write that your characters occupy a large portion of your thought process and that you get very involved. It’s almost like method…

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