That’s what I’m getting out of this: “How do you sell erotica to millennial women? Make it more like podcasts” on Vox. I’m always a little wary of these venture capital-backed things that claim to be the first of its kind to exist. “There wasn’t any good, interesting, erotic sexual content that felt made for… Continue reading Apparently erotica audiobooks have ceased to exist!
oliverpaulot: i am SO SICK of unhappy endings. idk about anyone else but the #1 reason i like fiction is because everything can always work out no matter how bad it is. “what if the good guys lost” shut up. you are so fucking boring. give me happy endings or give me nothing
“In the aftermath of The Great War, everything is changing. But not for Marian Fielding. Marian’s life is quiet and predictable in the solitude of the English countryside, where she plans to remain and care for her parents. But Marian’s world is turned upside down when she meets brash, confident Katherine Fuller.”
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How to Talk to Nice English Girls by Gretchen Evans releases from Carnation Books on February 14, 2019.
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romancingthebookworm: warmforthewinter: romancingthebookworm: Hey there, Farmboy BTW, the reason it took me so long to realize that Joanna Lindsey’s HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS was awful was because I was… distracted. Specifically, I was distanced by the super sexy, bearded, farmer/cider maker hero of Sarina Bowen’s BITTERSWEET. FOR THE LOVE OF SEXY FARMERS PLEASE READ THIS… Continue reading
romancingthebookworm: All my books are packed for the move on Monday, so this book was chosen by opening one of the boxes and pulling the first book of the top. Yea, so speaketh the mighty TBR box! Shana Abé’s THE SMOKE THIEF was one of the books I found while writing my list of dragon… Continue reading
prisonerofthemoment: I haven’t read historical romance (or much of anything haha) in forever but I recently read The Duke I Tempted by Scarlett Peckham and it was excellent. I can’t believe it’s her first book. Bless my library for having it and her second book in the series, The Earl I Ruined, (which came out… Continue reading
rykesmeadow: random person: *mentions enemies to lovers trope* me:)°)͡°)ʖ ͡°)° ͜ʖ ͡°)͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
salt-n-burn-em-all: curlyhaired-twentysomething: When did we kill the idea of a happy ending. “That’s no realistic” “this ending is much more true to real life” Listen. I don’t watch tv to see real life I watch tv to avoid real life. Like, I purposely choose shows with magic and supernatural creatures and other unrealistic nonsense for… Continue reading
With varying degrees of appreciation, Green reviews Consumed by J.R. Ward, High Risk by Brenna Aubrey (ends on a cliffhanger), Beautiful Sinner by Sophie Jordan and Rafe by Rebekah Weatherspoon. If you hit the NYT paywall, the short and sweet version is that she liked Rafe and Beautiful Sinner most, High Risk and Consumed less.
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