Romance can be light, just as much as it can take on heavier topics like grief and still have a happily ever after.
One reader takes all of her knowledge of fictional hockey and applies it to an NHL playoff game.
These diverse romance retellings demonstrate that telling a more inclusive version of a classic makes it even more worthy of a new audience.
One reader reflects on why a picture book with messages about love, perseverance, and imperfection has connected with so many readers in the last two years.
Listeners to the When In Romance podcast shared the ways their romance reading changed during the pandemic, sometimes in surprising ways.
Child-free people aren't the only ones getting swept off their feet--check out these romances about single parents for the 2020 Read Harder Challenge.
One reader traveling the USA this year sees a common trait among too many indie bookstores: no romance books.
Add these 50 must-read backlist romances from the 2010s to your TBR. These HEA titles aren't old enough to be classics. Yet.
It starts with sorting--and then resorting--but boxes matter too. Here are 7 book packing tips from someone who learned the hard way.
Reading Harder in 2019? Dive into a far more fun version of history class with any one of these historical romances by an author of color.