This was originally the first chapter of What a Wallflower Wants but it didn’t quite fit in with the prologue and chapter two (which became chapter one…ah, revisions!). Plus–WARNING!–my editor said this scene was a bit spoiler-y. So read at your own risk!
For Read a Romance Month I’m counting the reasons why romance novels are worthy of celebration—full on fireworks, confetti, champagne kind of celebration. Out of millions of reasons why we should celebrate romance, but I’ve got three…
An excerpt of That Rogue Jack, my novella in the anthology At the Dukes Wedding, written with Caroline Linden, Katharine Ashe, and Miranda Neville.
There were two possible prologues for Wallflower Gone Wild. This is one of them!
Most people know them as bodice rippers, trashy books, and literary porn, but romance novels may actually be the most pro-feminist books you’re not reading. Romance novels — unlike most other literature — always put women in a starring role, rewards their rule-breaking, and guarantees their sexual pleasure. These are the books where women can lean in, fall in love and live happily ever after. Check out this AMAZING list of feminist romance novels from an AMAZING group of authors.