This week will officially mark the beginning of the Aries zodiac sign. It’s known that Aries peeps are adventurous and courageous, energetic, dynamic, confident and quick-witted.
So, with that in mind, for your binge-reading pleasure, you’ll need smart, hilarious heroines who draw heroes in with their effervescent personalities. Try these:
In the name of full disclosure, we did do an Irish heroes list last year. But that only included 10 heroes, and the rest of the guys were feeling left out, so we thought it was worth updating because on what planet is only 10 hot Irish guys enough? So...you’re welcome. Happy reading!
So many books, so little time, people. Check out this week’s must-read new releases! We can’t really say any more about it than that because we’re too busy 1-clicking. This is not a drill! I repeat: This is not a drill! Get to your e-readers!
Is it just me, or are there way too many romances out there today that show girl-on-girl hate? I can’t stand that! Why can’t we read more romances that also celebrate the power of female friendships? Well, consider this list a love letter to all the female friendships in romance novels that’ll hit me (and will most likely hit you, too) right in the feels. Enjoy!
There are so many things to love about romance novels. But just like in any genre, not all books can be winners. And one thing that can ruin a romance novel at lightning speed is a crappy villain. With that in mind, here are the top 9 romance novel villains I HATE and wish authors would stop creating (please and thank you):
We’re not the only super readers of the romance genre on the interwebs, you know. Our followers DEVOUR scads of romance novels every week. They’re a discerning bunch of readers, too. They won’t stand for asshattery or doucebaggery in their books. So, we thought it’d be beneficial for y’all to see a list of the most highly recommended romance novels, as chosen by the super smart, super fun, super classy Romance Rehab followers. Enjoy!
Romance novels and erotic novels are NOT necessarily the same, no matter what Cosmo says
So recently, Cosmopolitan magazine thought it would be a good idea to discuss “erotic” novels. Great, right? Well, it WOULD have been great, if the magazine and the writer had been bothered to research what “erotic” novels actually WERE. Let’s talk a little bit about where they went wrong, shall we?
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