The Kiss That Isn’t / Review: Every Which Way But Dead, by Kim Harrison

That alphahole I mentioned last week, J? The two-hundred-plus pounds of muscle who showed up ranting and raving and acting like I was the worst piece of cat scat to land on his territory? He just almost kissed me. I think. Incredible. This massive, drunk-on-his-own-power, commanding guy. His face next to mine. His lips...close to … Continue reading The Kiss That Isn’t / Review: Every Which Way But Dead, by Kim Harrison

Alphaholes

Some readers of romance really like the alphahole trope. You know, the broody, angsty butthole who thinks he knows best and tries to control everyone around him, including the heroine. It can be fun in a novel. But in real life? I had the...I can't call it pleasure...misfortune? Yes, the misfortune of meeting an alphahole … Continue reading Alphaholes

Review: A Rogue by Any Other Name, by Sarah MacLean

I seriously love historical romance. I love the social rules, the beautiful gowns, the often emotionally repressed dudes. Sarah MacLean’s A Rogue by Any Other Name is one of my favorite historical romances. The hero and heroine were good friends as children, which is one of my favorite, favorite things in a romance (and which … Continue reading Review: A Rogue by Any Other Name, by Sarah MacLean