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.

Conflict Makes Love That Much Sweeter | Romance Reviews

Tender, and wickedly funny, Dare’s newest offering is a spirited tale with a Beauty-and-the-Beast theme and the perfect launch for her latest series; Jordan’s latest romp is just plain fun; ­another “redeemed rogue” gets the future he deserves in Putney’s Once a Rebel; Anderson’s earnest romance brings two couples together with insight and a dusting of holiday charm

E-Originals from The Lady Authors, Auclair, Jordan, Moon, plus a Debut by Harris | Xpress Reviews

A sexy selection of novellas from The Lady Authors; Harris’s debut features layered individuals about whom readers will care; you won’t want to put down Jordan’s Heiress for All Seasons; Moon has the right amount of sugar and spice.

Fiction from Berry, Fuller, Hirshberg, Jordan, & Fern Michaels | Xpress Reviews

An intricate historical, Sundance searches for Etta, a different take on vampires, Jordan “teases” new adult readers, an intriguing debut about assassinating Hitler, an LGBT debut take on Austen, and one for Fern Michaels’s fan only

Xpress Reviews: Fiction | First Look at New Books, November 1, 2013

A new Department Q novel from Adler-Olsen, a gratifying new adult foray for Jordan, a gritty police procedural from Schwegel, Weldon’s trilogy comes to a close

Xpress Reviews: E-Originals | First Look at New Books, March 22, 2013

A traditional romantic trope is turned on its ear in an LGBT romance, and three historicals, one a debut, will please fans of the genre