Tag Archives: Elizabeth Hoyt

TBR Challenge – Modern Love

When I saw that this month’s TBR Challenge category called on us to read a contemporary romance, I found almost an embarrassment of choices. Did I want to go mainstream or inspy? Small town or big city? Something serious or … Continue reading

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Speaking of Audiobooks: Top Ten 2013 Romance Listens

Although we’re seeing the audio romance section over at Audible brimming with unknown authors and narrators these days, it’s an indication that romance audiobooks are more popular than ever and the number of quality titles is on the rise as … Continue reading

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AAR Staff Top Ten Favorites – Haley’s Picks

When I sat down to put this list together, I thought this would really be a piece of cake. Well, I was wrong. It turns out, I had more like a top twentysomething list and narrowing it down was not … Continue reading

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AAR Staff Top Ten Favorites – Mary’s Picks

There is absolutely no possible way that I can trim my favorite romance novels down to ten. Therefore, I am going to take a page from other reviewers’ entries and exempt those written in the 19th century (Pride and Prejudice … Continue reading

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Speaking of Audiobooks: Historical Romance Audio News

It looks like 2013 will be one of the best years yet for historical romance listening with many popular print books finally scheduled for audio release. Julie Garwood It starts this month with the release of Julie Garwood’s The Secret, … Continue reading

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Cheating Hearts

There are few deal-breakers as universal as infidelity. Most readers avoid any mention of it like the plague, and very few authors can – or even try to– pull off a believable HEA when one of the protagonists cheats on … Continue reading

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Redeeming Bad Boys – Does it Really Work?

I’d be wary if one of my friends started dating a guy with a shady rep. Yeah, everyone deserves a second chance, but that doesn’t mean I want to test that myself, or have one of my friends be the … Continue reading

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Do You Believe in the Slump Buster?

As part of the  ongoing discussion about reading or really the lack thereof, I must admit that I’ve been in a major reading slump for the last few months.  Obviously, I’m not the only one.  Recently Sandy wrote an post … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Hoyt Winners

Elaine L. and Andie are the two lucky winners of the Elizabeth Hoyt ARCs. Thanks to Elizabeth Hoyt, Forever publishers, and to everyone who entered. Don’t forget To Beguile a Beast hits stores on April 28th. (Return to Interview)

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Books with Buzz: To Beguile a Beast ARC Giveaway and Interview (Contest Now Closed)

Over the past few years those of us who love historical romance have been given a few reasons to celebrate.  Elizabeth Hoyt is certainly one of them. She writes smart.  She writes sexy.  And she writes books that engage the … Continue reading

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