Men Are Calling Out The Things Female Authors Get So Wrong When Writing Male Characters In Their Books, And Some Of These Are Surprising
"Women underestimate the male ability to spend hours talking about the dumbest crap. I want to read a romance book where the guy is late, and she thinks he was cheating, but he was actually hanging out with the bros, talking about how unreasonably strong gorillas are and lost track of time."
Jasmine Guillory Writes The Cutest, Sweetest, Most Swoonworthy Romances, So I Ranked Them All In Case You're Wondering Which To Start With
This is my formal petition for these books to be adapted into a TV series. Netflix, are you reading this?
'Tis the season for readin'!
Let's just say, these moves are a lot better in fiction...😬
Get 'em while they're hot!
“I grew up thinking ‘romance’ was the picture of the ‘Fabio’ guys on the cover."
"As my first novels, they remain incredibly special to me."
Hearts and flowers and feels, oh my!
We know you've already binged/read Bridgerton, now get ready to find out which romance you should read next.
Is your favorite on the list?
~Fall~ in love with these reads this season.
Check out these novels that are sweeter than hot cocoa and twice as satisfying!
In a text-message Q&A, the prolific writer talks about the importance of writing women of all ages, the librarian who inspired her love of books, and a minor obsession with Chief Hopper.
You'll fall in love with these books.
Books are the best valentine.
It's cuffing season, after all.
"Summer loving, had me a blast. Summer loving, happened so fast."
So many love stories, so little time.
When a wealthy woman offers young, single mom Mỹ an extravagant summer in California, she's intrigued. The only issue is what this mysterious woman wants in exchange. (An excerpt from Helen Hoang's new novel, The Bride Test.)
Books are my valentine.
*fans self with a checkered flag*
A trio of black women at Kensington Publishing is challenging the old, predominantly white narratives of who gets to fall in love.
El amor está más cerca que piensas.
We want to know what romance novels really get that ~love~ thing right.
Romance fans have long loved the genre for its unapologetic celebration of female power and sexuality. Now more and more writers are beginning to consider the ways in which their work can offer not just a happy ending, but a powerful statement.
Your destiny is in your hands.
We're going to be single forever.
How do you show your love for the book lover in your life?
According to the genre's biggest fans.
Jane Austen was way ahead of her time.