My Author Philosophy for Writing Romance Novels Twenty years ago, if you’d asked any of my friends if I would ever write romance novels (let alone have a philosophy for writing romance), they’d have laughed you out of the room.
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
Roni Loren’s “The One You Can’t Forget” features the best meet cute ever! After reading, “The One You Can’t Forget” (Book 2 in The Ones Who Got Away series), I’ve added Roni Loren to my list of favorite romance authors.
The Five Relationship Lies We’ve Been Fed for Years Hurt Everyone In my teens and twenties I was your typical relationship pessimist. My parent’s marriage seemed a thing of evil, and I couldn’t understand why anyone would get married voluntarily.
A Father for Her Child by Laurel Greer is a Swoony Ski Romance with a Dash of Steam While I don’t read much Harlequin, I find a good mountain town ski romance pretty irresistible (go figure). And I always enjoy