Jess and Trisha preview their When In Romance book club discussion, chat about what they're reading, and do quick takes on topics from takes on romance covers to when is the right time for Christmas cowboys.
Jess and Trisha discuss plagiarism and Kindle Unlimited stuffing, announce the first read for the When In Romance book club, chat about what they’re reading, and update everyone on the success of the #wheninromance hashtag.
Jess and Trisha shout out romance bestsellers, talk about a whole bunch of romance series and what draws us in, discuss Trisha’s arbitrary list of rules for children in romance novels, and announce the short list for the WIR book club read.
Jess and Trisha discuss RITA judging past and future, Jess’s non-definitive list of who deserves an HEA, and depressing reminders that Twitter trolls are toxic and dangerous.
Jess and Trisha discuss RWA speeches by Suzanne Brockmann and Sonali Dev, note the end of a certain trademark battle, and talk about the romance still to come in 2018.
Jess and Trisha discuss the biggest romance news, books, and authors in 2018 so far. Plus, Jess has the top score on the first ever “When In Romance Mid-Year Quiz.”
Jess and Trisha discuss the challenges in finding romance by AOC with queer characters, plan to get better acquainted with the Emma Award winners, and have some recommendations for anyone looking for romance with couples past the age of 40.
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They're few and far in between, but that isn’t to say that Native American romance novels by Native authors, don’t exist. Here's some of the best options from authors like V.S. Nelson and Evangeline Parsons Yazzie.
In every romance novel I’ve read so far, I know what’s going to happen: two (or more) people want to be together, and in the end, they will be.