Monthly Archives: May 2014

Our Bodies, Our Shelves: A Guest Post by Sarina Bowen

Or: Is it Possible to Write Realistic Sexytimes When We’re all so Freaking Different? Hello, everyone! Amy Jo here, welcoming Sarina Bowen to Wonkomance today. Sarina and I were in a box set together earlier this year and her book, … Continue reading

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Emma & Jane

My relationship with BBC costume dramas has ebbed and flowed over the years.  When I was growing up, “exactly like the book” seemed to be the guiding principle – I can remember doggedly enduring something like fourteen episodes of The … Continue reading

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Characters Behaving Badly

One of the first waves of romance books I read was Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase, which is really a staple of the genre. I loved that book and went on to glom Loretta Chase, as well as much … Continue reading

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