Since June is the traditional month for weddings, Our Covers of the Week #103 edition is dedicated to romance covers featuring brides and grooms for June weddings.
Covers of the Week #102: Cover Model Alain Jarry
The #102 edition of our Covers of the Week spotlights some romance covers featuring the handsome looks of French model/actor Alain Jarry.
Historical Romance Review: Ecstasy’s Conquest by Kay McMahon
Ecstasy’s Conquest, the second Zebra historical romance by Kay McMahon, is not the best book ever. It is, however, a far more enjoyable read than its prequel, McMahon’s first novel, Passion’s Slave. 3.5 stars
Covers of the Week #101: Francis Marshall and Barbara Cartland
For Covers of the Week #101, we look at the beautiful cover art Francis Marshall designed for Barbara Cartland’s romance novels. These iconic images showcase the fashion and historical context of her captivating stories.
Category Romance Review: Impulsive Butterfly by Kay Gregory
Impulsive Butterfly by Kay Gregory features, quite frankly, a rather skeezy romance where an engaged owner of an employment agency tries to find work for a woman he’s attracted to. 3 Stars
Historical Romance Review: Wild Western Bride by Rosalyn Alsobrook
Wild Western Bride by Rosalyn Alsobrook features an unconventional couple who form an unconventional family. It’s not a great romance, but Alsobrook fans should find it enjoyable. 2.5 Stars
Covers of the Week #100: Mother’s Day
We delayed our 100th edition of Covers of the Week due to a few factors. We hope these lovely covers honoring the upcoming Mother’s Day will serve as a proper way to honor this occasion.
Historical Romance Review: Sun Woman by Lindsay McKenna
Sun Woman, a Harlequin Historical by Lindsay McKenna, features a wonderful Native American heroine and an equally excellent American soldier who come together despite a world that seems determined to keep them apart. 4.5 Stars
Historical Romance Review: Meet the New Dawn by Rosanne Bittner
In Meet the New Dawn, the penultimate book of her “Savage Destiny” Western historical romance series, author Rosanne Bittner brings the reader to tears with lots of love, drama, and deaths.
The New Status Symbol for Bookworms: Collectible Paperbacks
Romance book collecting is not just about the words on the page but appreciating the genre’s history and cover art. For bibliophiles looking to elevate their library and show off their love of books, collecting paperbacks is the way to go.
Category Romance Review: Wrong Address, Right Place by Lass Small
Wrong Address, Right Place has a paper-thin plot that would be difficult to swallow if written by most writers. Thankfully, in the hands of seasoned funny-lady Lass Small, this romance is an entertaining and zany read. 4 Stars
Historical Romance Review: Love’s Reckless Rebel by Gina Robins
Love’s Reckless Rebel is yet another hilarious and wonderful romance by Gina Robins–aka Connie Finch. It’s one of Blue Falcon’s favorites! 5 Stars
Covers of the Week #99: Funny Covers with Animals
These hilarious-looking romance covers featuring animals are will tickle your funny bone. Our 99th installment of Covers of the Week is bound to make you smile.
Covers of the Week #98: Hilarious Fashion Faux Pas
This “Covers of the Week” highlights hilariously bad fashion choices that make these romance covers look so bad, they’re good–in the best way possible. They’re funny and make us smile. Theme: Bad Fashion Choices That Are Hilarious Some romance covers dazzle the spectator with exquisite vintage clothes and gowns. The fabric shimmers, and you can…
Historical Romance Review: Tender Ecstasy by Janelle Taylor
Tender Ecstasy, the fifth book in Janelle Taylor’s Ecstasy series published by Zebra, is not as fun as its predecessor, but still a worthy entry in the series. 4 stars