What Ingredients Create a Long-lasting, Satisfying HEA (Happily Ever After)—In Romance Novels and Movies, and In Life? It’s Valentine’s Day and I’m a romance author who’s been happily married more than twenty-two years. So, of course I’m thinking about relationships.
Need Book Recs? These Are the Five Best Romance Novels I Read In 2020, plus a Bonus Book Rec. It’s been a bizarre and disorienting year at best for most of us. As a result, maybe you’ve read more to
Both Never You and In Deep Final In the 2020 IDA Contest!! I’m thrilled and honored to announce that two of my steamy, ski romance novellas have finaled in the 2020 IDA Contest. Never You took 2nd Place, and In
Officially Adding Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston to the List of Best Books I’ve Read All Year (Yes, I know it came out in 2019, but I just read it.)! It takes truly great writing to make
Are Clean or Dirty Really the Right Descriptors to Use to Describe the Heat Level of Romance Novels? If you’ve read much romance, you’ve probably noticed that many romances are labeled either clean or dirty. “Clean” stories are the ones
Love Lettering, by Kate Clayborn, Is My Top Romance Book Pick of 2020 So Far Especially with the world on fire, I find myself drawn to charming, funny, character-driven, romances that are low on serious angst and medium to high
American Exceptionalism — What Does It Really Mean to Believe America Is the Best? A while back I came across a post on Twitter I can’t quit thinking about… It stated that the very concept of American exceptionalism is a