Dear Josh Lanyon: Fair Game was one of my first reviews for Dear Author and it remains one of my favorite romance reads. When I heard you were planning to write a sequel, I was both thrilled and apprehensive. Thrilled… more
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’Twas a week before Christmas, and at the auction house… At six foot one, Gwen Chambers has felt like a giant her whole life. She’s a calm, capable nurse saving lives in a busy London hospital, but healthy men give… more
Dear K.J. Charles: Damn it, why didn’t I think of this book? (And have the willpower to write it, and the talent to make it good, and the tenacity to get it published…) For someone like me who grew up… more
Dear Ms. Clapp: There are times when the midsummer sun strikes cold, and when the leaping flames of a hearthfire give no heat. Times when the chill within us comes not from fears we know, but from fears unknown – and… more
Dear Ms. Guhrke, A historical romance heroine traumatized by sexual assault is a rare and challenging plot line. We see it in contemporary romance with frequency, but in the land of manners and repressed inhibitions, where there’s an unwed duke… more
Dear Ms. Seidel, Your out of print 1984 novel, When Love Isn’t Enough (Harlequin American Romance #80), opens when three men return to the DC area from Texas, where they’ve been spending time on behalf of their legal firm. All… more