Reviews and Articles To Look Forward To In 2022

New Articles & In-Depth Historical Analysis

In this new year, we’ll be busy with more reviews, articles, and information about your favorite old-school romance novels. We’ll try to keep up with the great momentum of 2021 that brought us here. What’s on the horizon for this year?

One new addition you can look forward to in the upcoming weeks and months includes a dedicated page for romance cover models, both male & female. We’re going beyond Fabio!

Look for more cover artists, publishers, and romance trivia.

Upcoming Book Reviews

Some of the books that we will review in 2022 include:

upcoming in 2022
  • Sweet Savage Love by Rosemary Rogers
    • It’s only proper that we review the book we adopted half our name from! This legendary romance helped launch the historical romance craze, along with Kathleen Woodiwiss’ The Flame and The Flower.
  • Shanna by Kathleen E. Woodiwiss
    • Speaking of Mrs. Woodiwiss, we’re going to be reading and reviewing Shanna.
  • Gentle Warrior by Julie Garwood
    • Julie Garwood’s first romance has beeen sitting on our shelves waiting to be read
  • Fires of Winter by Johanna Lindsey
  • Captive Passions by Fern Michaels
    • This whacktastic bodice ripper is too juicy to not share with the world!
  • Midnight Angel by Lisa Kleypas
    • Lisa Kleypas, is perhaps the biggest name in historical romance, and has been for many years. We’ll be searching for more of her 1990s book to review.

Plus:

  • More Diana Palmer, Nora Roberts, Linda Duncan & other popular contemporary authors.
  • More Dueling Reviews
  • More diverse settings & eras
  • New category lines

What Would You Like To See?

Are there any books you’d like us to review? What articles would you like to be posted? Let us know in the comments.

4 thoughts on “Reviews and Articles To Look Forward To In 2022”

  1. Your lineup looks great! I would like to see my two favorite vintage authors, Marsha Canham and Rebecca Brandewyne, have their works reviewed (you’ve done a few Brandewyne reviews but I want them all!). I also think it would be interesting if some of the 80s and 90s paranormal and sci-fi romances were reviewed.

    1. Hello, Mrs. M,

      I’ve read and own all of Rebecca Brandwyne’s historicals. She was such an integral author in my early years of reading romance. I want to review her first two books and Upon A Moon-Dark Moor, but I need to reread them to do the reviews justice. So perhaps not this month, but look for them soon!

      As for Ms. Canham, I’ll push Bound By the Heart up in my TBR.

      More Gothics, paranormals, and scifi romances are also on the agenda. Look for Janet Louise Roberts, Jayne Castle and Rita Clay Estrada reviews, but a also an article on the history of PNRs!

      Thanks and cheers,

      Jacqueline

  2. Please!! more reviews of the old school harlequins!! I stop whatever I’m doing when I get a notification you’ve done a review on a harlequin.

    1. Hello Anne,
      I’m pleased to say that we have dozens of reviews lined up for Romances, Temptations, Presents, and Intrigues for this year. As long as Sweet Savage Flame is around, so will Harley reviews.

      Glad to hear that you enjoy them!

      Cheers,

      Jacqueline

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