Stay With Me Forever by Farrah Rochon is a great example of small town romance done right. Personally, I love small towns, but I rarely love small town romance. A lot of it is too precious and cutesy for me, particularly with a trope like the one Stay With Me Forever features: that of a
I’m guest posting over at Read a Romance Month’s blog today, sharing some thoughts on food and romance, plus trying out a recipe from Brenda Novak’s new cookbook to raise funds for the American Diabetes Association. I made the crepes from the book and they turned out great. I also got a sneak
OMG A BEYOND BOOK WITH FOOD IN IT. Sorry, just had to get that out of my system right up front. I’ll explain in a bit. The Beyond series is a long-running Kit Rocha series and these aren’t standalone books so forgive me if you haven’t read any of them. You’ll just have to go
Alexis Hall, Dabney Grinnan and I are at All About Romance today with a glowing review of Against the Dark by Carolyn Crane. I can’t believe it took me so long to read one of her books, particularly after last year’s RITA win. I already started the second one, but got sidetracked by other commitments.
This month’s TBR Challenge theme was “series catch-up” and while I’m stretching the spirit a little bit by both starting and finishing during the challenge month, the Playing the Fool series by Lisa Henry and J.A. Rock has been on my TBR pile since late last year. So I feel like it still qualifies
There are generally several common features to romances that star billionaire CEOs. Overwhelmingly, the CEO is the hero, not the heroine. There’s also better than average chance that he’s into BDSM (and he’s the top, natch). He probably doesn’t actually do all that much work over the course of the novel and, since it’s a