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This month’s topic for our feature Romance Roundtable is, can there be too much sex in romance? We all have our limits, some of us like as much detail as possible and lots of it, and others definitely prefer there to be a closed door policy. Our guest joining us this month is Annie. Annie reviews for Under the Covers Book Blog and enjoys reading paranormal romance, historical romance, BDSM and M/M, and her favourite hero is Rhage from Bla…

These books are what we class as the cream of the crop in young adult. They are mostly from the contemporary, historical and erotic romance genres. They’re our very favourite reads, mainly consisting of 4 star ratings and above. We will be adding to this list from time to time I’m sure so make sure you check back often. Lucky Harbor Series – Jill Shalvis Wallbanger – Alice Clayton Cut & Run Series – Madeleine Urban & Ab…

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We all have our bug-bares when it comes to romance, but does some of the language used for sex bother you? Today’s Romance Roundtable topic is about just that. We are talking about the c-word and if it has a place in romance. Tell us what you think in the comments below. We’d love to know your thoughts. CAROLYN Ok, so we all know the word we’re talking about… Yep it’s c**t. And no I can’t spell it out, and y…

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This month’s topic for our new feature Romance Roundtable is favourite romance tropes. We all have them, whether it be the heroine falling in love with her brother’s best friend or the opposites attract relationship, we all have that one element we can’t get enough of. Our guest joining us this month is Sophia. A long-time romance reader, Sophia likes growly alpha heroes, sassy and smart heroines and a good bit of angst in her…

Wolf Bride by Elizabeth Moss

…ard to seeing if the plot points have been ironed out in the sequel, as this series is shaping up to be a great historical romance. Verdict I really enjoyed this Tudor romance story, as the novel carefully explores the dynamics of an arranged marriage and Eloise’s first experiences of sex. Their relationship was developed at a good pace and with a suitable amount of background brought in for character development. I would have liked a little more…




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