Fault Lines by Rebecca Shea
If you want to get a group of authors to argue about something, ask them what they think about trigger warnings. Trust us: the debate will get feisty, and at least a few authors will storm off in disgust.
Sick of all the manwhores in romance? Well, this is the list for you. Here are our top picks for 11 romance heroes who are virgins. You’re welcome.
Let Me by Cecy Robson
I can’t explain it, but there’s something undeniably sexy about a romance hero who makes his living beating the crap out of other big, burly men. Is it the knowledge that he’s capable of protecting what’s his no matter what? Is it competence porn? Is it all the sweat-slicked muscles? Who knows, and frankly, who cares? Fighters make GREAT romance heroes. And with that in mind, here are a few of our all-time favorites:
Bane by LJ Shen
If you’re at all like us, you take a quick peek at book reviews on Amazon and Goodreads before buying a book. Now, of course, reviews aren’t the only factor to consider when choosing a read. There are also covers, blurbs, and sample chapters to consider. But we’d be lying (and you probably would be, too) if you said you weren’t ever influenced by online book reviews. The sad thing is, fake book reviews have become a real thing these days. And we’re not even really talking about the fact that authors can pay for fake reviews and often get their friends and family members to write reviews for them. (Amazon is working on that issue, so we’re not really going to address it here) We’re talking about reviews that were written by trolls who probably haven’t even read the book and are only reviewing it out of some kind of malicious intent. Who are these people who have nothing better to do than savage authors online in the hopes of making themselves feel more important? Well, we’re glad you asked.
When asked what the fiercest creature on the planet is, you might be tempted to say bears or wolves or honey badgers (seriously, have you SEEN those things fight?). But in reality, if you look at the evidence, it’s pretty obvious that the fiercest creature on the planet is a mom defending her young. And because single moms do everything on their own, they’re twice as fierce as the average mom. So, in honor of all the fierce moms out there, we bring you our top 11 picks for single moms in romance who more than deserved their happily ever after endings. Enjoy!
Fast Fury by Kaylea Cross
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