Wild at Heart wins the long contemporary romance category of the New England Reader’s Choice Award, making it a multi-award winner! Wild at Heart has done it again…It’s been chosen as the winner of the long contemporary romance category of
Queen Move by Kennedy Ryan is a stellar, page-turning, childhood best-friends-to-lovers romance. If you’re looking for your next great romance read, look no further than Queen Move by Kennedy Ryan. I regularly buy books without knowing much about them, especially
Helen Hoang’s The Kiss Quotient Is By Far the Best Romance I’ve Read All Year. Are you looking for the kind of steamy romance that sucks you in and makes you want to put your entire life on hold until
Mia Sosa’s The Worst Best Man Is a Charming Rom-Com with a Dash of Brazilian Spice! Light, entertaining, and laugh-out-loud funny is the definition of a good rom-com, and Mia Sosa’s The Worst Best Man fits the genre to a
Sarina Bowen Delivers Another Fun, Flirty, Steamy Hockey Romance I can’t say I’ve read every book by Sarina Bowen (Because, have you seen the size of her backlist? When does this woman sleep, or eat?), but every one I have
Make You Mine by Tia Louise is the Best Romance I’ve Read So Far this Year I’ve read seven romances since January. Or at least tried to (see my recent blog posts on Quality vs Quantity and Why I DNF
Do You Prefer Your Romance Written in First Person or Third? For pretty much ever, most fiction, romance in particular, was written in the third person point of view (POV) using “he” and “she”. Most readers like third person POV.