Sunday, 19 May 2013 18:47
“Indulging the Professor” by Ella Jade (ebook)
“Fire Inside” by Kristen Ashley (ebook, review copy, NetGalley)
“A Virgin for Two Brothers” by Jenika Snow (ebook)
Monday, 13 May 2013 14:13
RNN welcomes author Logan Belle to talk about her new release and its relation to "Lady Chatterly's Lover."
Love and The Lady: Why I Can’t Forget Lady Chatterley’s Lover
By Logan Belle
My fiancé was cleaning out a closet when he found his dusty old copy of D. H. Lawrence’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover. He told me it was the first “erotic” novel he’d ever read. I said it was probably mine, too. He said, you should write a modern version of it. I said, you’re crazy. You don’t re-paint the Mona Lisa.
Monday, 13 May 2013 07:12
Today, RNN is participating in a scavenger hunt blog hop for the cover reveal of Amanda Usen's Into the Fire (releasing June 10th). Read on to learn how to enter to win a foodie gift pack as part of the scavenger hunt.
We are hosting puzzle piece #5 and our ingredient is . . . . . . eggs!
Sunday, 12 May 2013 19:51
“A Hot Mess” by Christy Gissendaner (ebook)
“The Submissive” by Tara Sue Me (review copy)
“His Risk to Take” by Tessa Bailey (ebook, review copy, NetGalley)
Saturday, 11 May 2013 18:39
“The Long Way Home” by Mariah Stewart (contemporary, Ballantine, February 2013, $7.99, 432pp)
Series: Book 6, The Chesapeake Diaries
Published in Book Reviews
Wednesday, 08 May 2013 18:41
“Ours to Love” by Shayla Black (erotic, Berkley, May 2013, $16.00, 400pp)
Series: Wicked Lovers
Published in Book Reviews
Monday, 06 May 2013 19:47
Today, RNN hosts L.A. Witt for a guest post about Writing the Rainbow - or both heterosexual and gay romance.
Writing the Rainbow
By: L.A. Witt
I’m one of those authors who writes both hetero[sexual] and gay romances. Also some bisexual, transgender, and lesbian stories in there, but my work is predominantly either hetero or gay.
Writing on those two sides of the sexuality fence is interesting to say the least. There are things that will be an issue in one genre, but not another. Homophobia as a central issue, for example. Concern about unintended pregnancies. Sexual identity will usually be addressed differently (i.e., a straight man isn’t generally going to be wrestling with, trying to hide, or actively otherwise concerned about the fact that he’s interested in women).
Sunday, 05 May 2013 19:09
RNN is pleased to host Sarah M. Anderson for the Book Trailer Reveal for The Bolton Brothers: Brick by Brick!
Yes, some people pay money for book trailers from trained professionals who know what they’re doing. And some people (I’m looking at you, Tessa Dare!) make them with their daughters’ Barbies.
I’m not like those people. I’m too cheap to pay for trailers and I have a son—no Barbies.
Which means one thing. I have Legos. Lots and lots of Legos.
Sunday, 05 May 2013 18:40
“Take Me, Break Me” by Cari Silverwood (ebook)
“Bound by Pleasure” by Morticia Knight (ebook)