On Ireland’s most famous holiday, let’s share in the festivities by celebrating some of its most swoon-worthy romantic heroes.
Rachel Vincent is a bestselling author of young adult and urban fantasy. As a former English teacher, she is an eager champion of the Oxford comma. She shares her home in Oklahoma with two cats, two teenagers, and her husband, who’s been her # 1 fan from the start. Rachel is older than she looks and younger than she feels, and she remains convinced that writing about the things that scare her is the cheapest form of therapy—but social media is a close second. Today, Tanya Contois learns a few more things about her...
We all know Jasinda Wilder as a well-established super star in the world of romance and erotic romance, yet her latest book, DJINN AND TONIC, book two of The Houri Legends series, brings readers into the realm of the paranormal. She weaves very different kind of love stories in this paranormal series, yet these books carry the classic theme of all of Wilder’s books: The healing power of love. We chatted with the NY Times and USA Today bestselling author about her newest book, the series, and her decision to write in this genre.
With her best bad girl face, Regina proclaims she has been forced in her good role to survive, and now she wants revenge on those that took her happy ending. Maleficent, the clear leader of the new group, leaves her seat and confronts Regina...
Did you catch the premiere of THE ROYALS last night? Jess Moro did, and she's here with all the scandalous details...
Every Sunday we give you a preview of noteworthy new releases. This week we have books by Jamie K. Schmidt, Violetta Rand, Nichole Christoff, Tessa Bailey, Wilma Counts, Kate Willoughby, Rhian Cahill, Kristina Wright, and Kathleen Fuller.
Laura Trentham stops by today to talk about the perfect marriage of sports stories and romance, and her favorite films that have elements of both.
"Seduction is hot. The heat and passion between Craig and Marisela is palpable. More importantly though, is the transformation that Craig makes from the first book to the second."
We kick things off this week with potential VP Susan. Chosen because she will pose little threat to Mellie’s eventual presidential run, dopey Susan might just be a stronger candidate than anyone realized. The prep process to make Susan A) camera-ready and B) confirmation hearing-ready is brutal and eye opening...
Talk Supe Braine has her Top 5 Reasons why she loves the Club Sin series.
"For me, the underlying current of this episode is Philip’s loss of control over his life. "
Today we have the exclusive cover reveal and excerpt for Claudia Burgoa's UNSURPRISINGLY COMPLICATED -- coming April 30.
"Jamie K. Schmidt is a new-to-me author. While FEVER is the third book in the series, I was easily able to keep up with the characters. The chemistry between Colleen and Chase is hot from the very beginning. 'They could set the drapes on fire. Right now, if she straddled his lap, they’d break the chair with their enthusiasm. It had always been like that. Hot, intense, deeply satisfying."
The season finale opens with a shocker as Lolly witnesses a rooftop kiss between Becca and Kevin. Par to the course of fate, Lolly leaves the apartment and vows to never speak to Becca again.
Happy Wednesday, #HunkDay lovers! They say the eyes are the window to the soul, and the V-neck is the window to the pecs. (At least, I do.) This week we’re bringing you the hunkiest hotties with baby blues you just can’t resist.
"This debut novel by author Wendy LaCapra is a stunning presentation. Lady Vice entices and intrigues with an outstanding story and fascinating characters."
How do authors keep track of all those tricky plot twists, love triangles, and character names in long-running series? Cora Seton is here to share the tricks of the trade.
"Stephen Colbert’s cameo as Father Michael makes this one of my favorite Mindy episodes so far."
An excerpt from HEARTBREAK COVER, the third novel in Lily Everett's Sanctuary island series. Welcome to a place where love is in the air, fate is in the stars, and home is just a heartbeat away…
Bec McMaster writes sexy, dark paranormals and steampunk. Today she talks to Braine of Talk Supe about her London Steampunk series, enemies to lovers, and the agony of finding the right book title.
"My apologies to Kyler and Ella, but Kenzie and Porter in TAMED are my new favorite couple in Stacey Kennedy’s Club Sin series, and it’s all because of Kenzie."
"When reading romantic suspense, I want to be taken on a thrilling journey. If the suspense doesn’t leave me on the edge of my seat, it’s not enough. I also need a heroine who won’t crumble, but isn’t made of stone. The hero needs to be unique. A character made to challenge the heroine, without breaking her. This is my list of romantic suspense reads that captured my imagination -- including the very first story that made me addicted to love amid bullets and blood."
"With the story of Aric and Celia coming to a close, will fans of the Weird Girls finally get the happy ending we have all been craving? Through a series of twist, Robson pours her all in this book, pulling out more surprises than a magician."
We begin our tale after a nightmare involving Maleficent, Ursula, and Cruella; Mary Margaret voices her fears to David, worried about the three evil ladies finding out about what they did. But what did they do?
New releases this week from Stacey Kennedy, Cecy Robson, Josephine Myles, Meg Donahue, Nalini Singh, Shelley K. Wall, and Debbie Macomber.
In my latest release, NEED ME, my characters first meet in college. Caroline knows exactly what her destiny involves—she’s focused on becoming a journalist. Roger, like me, hasn’t a clue about what he wants, but life has other plans for him...
If you love paranormal and you're not familiar with bestselling author Alexandra Ivy, our Tanya Contois is happy to make the introduction...
Hey, its Sara @HarlequinJunkie, stopping by to share with you some of our favorite reads from this past month including books by Kresley Cole, Kristin Hannah, Samantha Young and a few more not to be missed.
Shonda Rhimes is notorious for pulling stories from the headlines. Last night’s episode, “The Lawn Chair,” was an emotional heart-stopper. It was an almost too soon but definitely necessary Ferguson-esque story. An unarmed black teenaged boy was shot in the street by a white cop on his beat in an impoverished neighborhood just minutes from the White House. The teen’s father, excellently portrayed by veteran actor, Courtney B. Vance shows up on the scene, shot gun in hand, demanding justice for his son. Olivia Pope is there to diffuse the situation for the DC Police Department.
If you are looking for a good, old fashioned -- albeit sexually charged -- historical romance that takes you through the trials and tribulations of the ton of London society (complete with lying Dukes, cheating Viscounts and daring bastards), HIS WICKED REPUTATION is the book for you.