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There’s a trend in romance toward heroines who are imperfect, and who are more “real life” sized. While that’s refreshing, many readers still dig a gorgeous, seemingly “perfect” heroine. But do we lack self-esteem if we dream of being in her pretty place as we read? Read more...
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Playful tweets between friends yesterday turned into a choppy slice of erotic twitterature. Classic sensual romance scenarios were riffed on with delicious, humorous and purposely-poorly-penned purple prose. But did our funfest give folks a really bad impression of erotic romance? Read more...
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IMHO, there’s no sex so mind-blowing that it’s worth having to put up with an ill-mannered child. Yet if the guy cooking up the lovin’ were some hottie chef a la that naked one on TV, a practical girl might nanny his bratty progeny in return for some fringed bennies. If it happened in a romance, it’d be Louisa Edwards’ exceptional “On the Steamy Side,” and it’ll probably show up on everybody’s Best of 2010 lists. Read more...
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What’s a little more post-holiday debt among friends? For while spring’s not nearly in the air, still a romance reader’s fancy turns to thoughts of fresh happily ever afters. So for your first-quarter-and-then-some, must-read reading pleasure, I offer you this list of Top Ten Reads for the Top of the New Year. Read more...
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Are romance readers are out of touch w/reality? Three of Steph Tyler's fans say they've dated the hero of her new book. Time to call the Dr.? Or to call Steph for her hero's phone and addy? Read more...
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Very Naughty Good Girl + Very Good Bad Boy face off in Victoria Dahl’s hard-core hot 'n satisfying “Lead Me On!” Read more...
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What “just for you” book did you slip in among holiday gifts while shopping this year? Here’s my stash… Read more...
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From funny and sexy to sensual and intense, the novels of Erin McCarthy’ll knock you off your romance-lovin’ feet. Read more...
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Yet another delicious Devereaux male makes "Picture Perfect Christmas" a must have 4 Ur 2B Read holiday list. Read more...
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Julian Salvatore's everything a woman loves in tall, dark and Latin. Meet him in the sexy must-read "Hidden Fire." Read more...
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