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: Beloved Betrayal by Carol Finch
Beloved Betrayal, a standalone Zebra Lovegram historical, by Carol Finch is for readers who like humor to go with their romance novels. 4 Stars
Top Ten Tuesday: Bookish People I’d Like to Meet
For this Top Ten Tuesday Jacqueline Diaz lists ten bookish people she’d like to meet. Almost all her choices are relevant to the romance genre.
Category Romance Review: The Judas Kiss by Sally Wentworth
The Judas Kiss by Sally Wentworth is a legendary Harlequin Presents. It’s a twisted tale of revenge, deceit, lies, and passion, sure to thrill readers. 5 Stars
24 Super Sweet Valentine’s Day Ideas for Couples & Friends to Enjoy
Whether you’re single or in a relationship, Valentine’s Day can be a fun day (or night). Here are 12 ways couples and 12 ways friends can appreciate this day dedicated to love together.
Romance Cover Model: Fabio Lanzoni
Like bodice rippers and vintage romances of yesteryear, model Fabio Lanzoni has been unfairly maligned and mocked by many modern-day romance readers.
There’s a sentiment of contempt displayed at the old-school clinch covers, with some people going as far as declaring that Fabio represented a low point in the genre.
How mean-spirited and wrong these detractors are.
Historical Romance Review: Defy Not the Heart by Johanna Lindsey
Defy Not the Heart is a favorite of mine. It’s a wonderful, funny, and romantic medieval historical romance by the late, great Johanna Lindsey. 5 stars
Let’s Play Romance B-I-N-G-O
There are lots of fun things you can do while reading romances. You can read by author or trope, or even make a game of it. We’ve designed a game of BINGO for you to play while enjoying your books. Use our ready-made BINGO card. Play alone or compete with friends. What you win is up to you!