January 2018 LibraryReads

Get ready to step into another world with the January LibraryReads list. Dynamic duo Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen offer a new and chilling psychological thriller; continue the journey with iconic heroine Louisa Clark in New York Times bestselling author Jojo Moyes’s novel Still Me; and travel to a fantasy world where the fate of a […]

Indulge Your Readers’ Passions | Romance Reviews

What Is It About a Duke? Despite the rarity in real life of the existence of dukes, as well as other nobles, they are alive, well, and constantly multiplying on the pages of popular historical romances—especially those set during the 19th century. If your readers’ passions run toward high-ranking title-holders, check out the works below.

A Reading Checklist: Sizzling New Summer Fiction, plus Old Favorites

Summer reading isn’t just for children! Escape into a great book with these suggestions from members of the 2017–18 American Library ­Association (ALA) RUSA/CODES Reading List Council. There’s something for every reader in the eight genres the list recognizes—adrenaline, fantasy, horror, historical, mystery, romance, sf, and women’s fiction.

All Those Perfect Flaws | Romance Reviews, December 2016

Most interesting characters have their faults—you could even say it’s those flaws that make them perfect.

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.

Best Books 2015: Romance

Library Journal‘s Romance reviewer par excellence Kristin Ramsdell rolls out the Top Ten Best Romances of 2015

Seasonal Sparklers | Romance Reviews, October 15, 2015

Sweet or sexy, lighthearted or intense, the current romance selections are sure to add a bit of sparkle—and maybe a bit of sizzle—to the goings-on.

The Five Reading Stages of Romantic Liaisons | Wyatt’s World

Romances to admire, keep close, and adore.