If their parents weren't at war, would Romeo and Juliet have noticed each another?
Stories of lovers with something to hide.
Eloisa James on four novels that illustrate why weddings in romances need to be more than just happy endings.
Four new romances that twist old plots—from Cinderella to Cyrano, Pygmalion to Jane Eyre—to fit these times.
Eloisa James on great love stories for younger readers.
Eloisa James is surprised—and delighted—by the winning innocence of the heroines of five new romance novels.
This month in Reading Romance, Eloisa James celebrates less-than-perfect lovers.
Is it any surprise that bad behavior makes for the best stories?
Ever inventive, writers of romance alter old forms to map fresh approaches to the heart.
Marriage to a virtual stranger may not work out well in most peoples lives. But it does make for a good story.
From the Old West to imagined new frontiers, lone rangers who fire the imagination
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