What can I say? I have a history of deliberately choosing old category romances with punctuation marks in the title because they amuse the heck out of me. So for this month’s TBR Challenge, I picked up Who’s The Boss?, a 1999 Harlequin Temptation by Jill Shalvis. I found it in a thrift store in
For my Backlist Glom for TBR Challenge, hosted by Wendy the Super Librarian, I picked out Bargain With the Devil by Jayne Castle. Castle, aka Amanda Quick, aka Jayne Ann Krentz is well-reprented on my TBR pile. Despite being a long-time romance reader, I had only picked up one Krentz title. See, she didn’t write highlanders,
Don’t forget, just a few more days to enter to win an ebook copy of Hard Knocks by Ruby Lang. Check out my review for more details on this steaming contemporary about a neurosurgeon and a hockey player. It’s January, which means that the TBR Challenge theme is shorts: novellas, short stories, category romances, etc.
Welcome back to the Utterly Unscientific Summer Saturday Series Sex Survey! I gotta be honest, I wasn’t sure I was going to be able to continue this project a few weeks ago. I was trapped in the sexist, racist, slut-shaming, heroine-blaming, alpha-hell of 1970s contemporary category romance and, uh, I’d rather lost my objectivity and
When I started this project a month or so ago, Jenny Haddon said this 1980 Sara Craven book was the first Harlequin to include “full docking procedures” (Haddon’s term, which I adore). However, Possession, the 1979 Violet Winspear Harlequin Presents I reviewed two weeks ago, included married sex. Possession may have been published after this