Author Archives: Ruthie Knox

About Ruthie Knox

Ruthie Knox writes witty, sexy romance novels for grownups. Read more >

A Wonkomance Interview with Tamara Morgan

Let’s give a warm Wonkomance welcome to Tamara Morgan, who graciously agreed to visit us today to talk about her penchant for the wonktastical. Tamara is a newbie author, like me — her debut novel, Love Is a Battlefield, released … Continue reading

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The Champion of Wonk: Editor Carolyn Nichols and Loveswept

In Serena Bell’s recent, excellent interview with Theresa Weir, Theresa said in answer to a question about her favorite “offbeat/thinky/champion-of-the-wounded romance writers”: Back in the day, I really loved Loveswept authors and loved what was going on at Bantam’s Loveswept. … Continue reading

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Fine Young Cannibal: Beau Crusoe by Carla Kelly

So I recently read Carla Kelly’s Beau Crusoe, and now I can’t shut up about it. I read it because Willaful mentioned it in the comments to Cara’s last post about heroines. Cara threw out a reference to “the romance … Continue reading

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