What’s Old Is New Again, plus RWA Update | Romance Reviews

INTRIGUING HISTORICAL EXPANSION; OR, THE HISTORICAL CREEP Not that historical romance is creepy, unless, of course, you’re talking about a particularly sinister gothic. Yet the subgenre is expanding its reach, creeping into decades previously considered off-limits or at least marginal or viewing traditional time frames from a variety of perspectives.

Learning To Love Romance | Readers’ Advisory

Passionate historicals, fast-paced suspense, werewolves, Vikings, modern-day bikers, Navy SEALs, Amish families. The romance genre can give you all these things and a happy ending.

E-Original Historical Romance from Boyce and Cornwall | Xpress Reviews

Boyce crafts a steamy tropical romance far from stuffy English ballrooms—the multicultural romance and generous give and take create a truly enjoyable novel; the beats may be familiar, but the skillful storytelling draws readers in and holds some surprises

LJ Fiction Reviews: October 15, 2016

Correa delivers an engrossing story of the 1939 voyage of the St. Louis; Lasdun’s latest is an intelligent, disquieting psychothriller; Killer Holiday reads; romance novellas, the perfect stocking stuffer; Cain’s eerie European setting and unpredictable plot is bound to chill

A Literary Love Affair: SELF-e Romances | SELF-esteem

In the afterglow of Valentine’s Day, strive to keep the love alive by carving out a bit of time to share with fictional romantics. Whether you like your courtships with a dash of magic, a historical backdrop, or a contemporary feel, there’s something here for every hopeful heart. All of these stories, and many others, […]

In Defense of Danger | Romance Reviews, December 1, 2015

Beyond the classic romantic suspense tales, many love stories have an intrinsic element of peril. See how our couples find their way out of tight situations in these eminently appealing works.

Historical Gems (Balogh, Bourne), Stunning Contemporary (Higgins), Holiday Hits (Burrowes, Novak) | Romance Reviews

Small towns or cities, contemporary or historical, sweet or steamy, strictly realistic or graced with supernatural charm, there’s something here to match everyone’s tastes.

Captivating Romance from Jeffries, Phillips, Putney, & Thomas | Romance Reviews

Life-­changing secrets and class issues fuel Jeffrie’s plot, Phillips reveals a brilliant flair for the gothic, another memorable masterpiece from Putney, one of Thomas’s most unforgettable yet.

Christian Fiction Reviews | February 15, 2014

Reviews of Patricia Bradley’s Shadows of the Past, Ted Dekker’s Eyes Wide Open, Robin Lee Hatcher’s A Promise Kept, Cara C. Putman’s Shadowed by Grace: A Story of Monuments Men, and a list of titles from the February 15 issue.

Xpress Reviews: E-Originals | First Look at New Books, July 5, 2013

A demon hunter and the demon meet up on Halloween, a new “Pride” novel from Nantus, an erotic anthology that is decidedly “wicked”