George Bush gives German Chancellor an impromptu back massage at the G-8 Summit. Very appropriate. I think he must be reading too many of those Harlequin Presents Boss/Secretary books.
It looks like we’ve either scared everyone away or no one has any new loves. Out of the nominations, Jayne and I have picked the following four books. We have one more month of contests and then we’ll probably go on a contest hiatus until next year. Jayne’s picks: Shelby ... more >
Dear Ms Carras, This one starts out as a tad more like a historical novel than a historical romance. Kind of in the Plaidy/Lofts style. But the second half turns up the romance. It’s 1558 and 17 year old Jean Hamilton is a spirited Highland lass who’s been sent to ... more >
We’ve been tagged by Keishon. I suppose in the interest of full disclosure, I’ve known Keishon online for a long time. If she tags me, I best get off my butt and be responsive. I think its kind of inline, too, with the 100 bloggers blogging thing. 1. When did ... more >
Vanessa Jaye linked to an interesting blog post from Anne Frasier. Anne Frasier used to write really wonderful romances under the name of Theresa Weir. About 5 years ago she started publishing in the suspense genre. Her print runs are down and she’s a bit disappointed. Her idea is to ... more >
Dear Ms. Brodeur: Mancamp features two women who have had enough of men in NY City who have had enough of the men in the city. The men no longer know how to fix things, open doors, or be manly enough. Lucy, a biologist, is a long term relationship with ... more >