Crooked Rock Braves (Crooked Rock Book Four) by Pamela Sanderson Early 2020 I was looking for some light reading that would keep me from sinking into a dark hole of grief. Romance is almost always the way for me to do this, but I was also hungry for Native stories. Never in my wildest imagination... Continue Reading →
Can't Catch My Breath by Sarah Sutton I've read and enjoyed all of Sutton's books, but I have to say I think Can't Catch My Breath is her best yet. Sutton has deviated from the usual type of male character she writes. I've never disliked a single one of them in the past, but I... Continue Reading →
Did you know that Halloween Romance was a thing? Every year I am bombarded with Christmas Romance (not that I am complaining too much!), but I've not stumbled into a wide array of Halloween-themed ones. I am sure If the Broom Fits is not the first one of its kind, but it's the first one that ran across my RADAR, and from an author whose stories I already trust to be great.
I wish I'd had more media available to tell me this. I wish someone had known that someone like me would need to know that I was not wrong, dirty, or bad. That my feelings were perfectly normal.
I love a good friends-with-benefits-to-lovers story. THE RULES provides that, and some yummy, steamy goodness, as well as authentic character development.
I sacrificed sleep over two nights to finish this snappy and fresh romance novel in a seasonal fashion.
Or people looking to write romance. I want to recommend Romancing the Beat, a great book that breaks down the ways that a romance plot differs from non-romance plots. If you use Scrivener, you can even download a romance template, FREE. DO YOU LIKE FREE THINGS? DO YOU?