This month’s TBR Challenge theme was “All About the Hype”. I did try to read a different book, Hate F@*k by Ainsley Booth, but that ended up not working for me despite a promising beginning. My DNF review of that is here. So I’m not writing about that. Instead I’m writing about Magic Bites by
Elisabeth here. Today I’m pleased to welcome queer romance writer Roan Parrish to Cooking Up Romance. I don’t have a lot of guest posters, but Roan takes such great foodie Instagram pictures and there’s so much food in her current release, In the Middle of Somewhere, that I just had to ask her to make
The Little White Horse by Elizabeth Goudge is a historical fantasy young adult or possibly children’s romance. But since it was published in 1946, you’ll probably never see it reviewed that way. It tells the story of a thirteen-year-old girl named Maria who is orphaned and sent to live with an uncle in the village
Today there was a social media campaign going on under the hashtag #fallbackintime. Readers and writers were talking about why they write or read historical romance, often with the sentiment that they love history or that they can read or write about castles and ballrooms. Personally, I love historical romance because, well, men with swords.