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The dating apps haven’t changed much, but how I use them has.
From ballrooms to battlefields, this romance author will leave you breathless.
By Allie Roos
Find new romance writers with wholesome characters and healing stories.
From Beginner's Luck to Love Lettering, these contemporary romances will leave your heart feeling full.
Romance authors are teaming up to support Stacey Abrams' work in the lead up to the Georgia runoff election.
Learn how to write romance from four of our favorite authors.
If you haven't been reading these authors, you've been missing out on a lot of romance.
The prolific writer knows a thing or two about love.
One thing is clear: If it doesn’t have a happily-ever-after, then it isn’t a romance novel.
Right now, we could all use a happily ever after.
“There is nothing wrong with a happy, hopeful ending.”
Historical romance tropes exist for a reason—they create the steamy situations we can't get enough of.
The author proves board games are anything but boring in her smart, sexy new series.
The author reveals the truth behind the dukes in her latest historical romance series.
Mischievous marquises, delinquent dukes, incorrigible earls…the author of The Worthington Series reveals seven of her favorite bad boys.
By Ella Quinn
We're celebrating the series finale with a look at how the show challenged expectations about happily ever after—all in a fun, hilarious way.
By Lareign Ward
The New York Times bestselling author busts some of the widest-held myths about how to find— and sustain—a happily ever after.
It can be dark and gritty in space — but for writers of queer romance, sci-fi settings also bring newfound freedom.
By Kelly Jensen
These endearing, quirky families bring out revealing sides of the main character — and will steal your heart along the way!
'Second chance time travel romance' might sound niche. But there are a surprising number of movies which fit that bill, and many have one thing in common.
By Carolyn Cox