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September 30, 2014 - 12:44pmEach month the RT editors select one book that is not only compelling, but pushes the boundaries of genre fiction. This book stands out from all the others reviewed that month, in the magazine issue and on the website. September 2014's RT Seal of Excellence — the editors' pick for best book of the month — is awarded to Jennifer Lohmann's Harpequin Superromance Winning Ruby Heart. This is the first category/series romance to win our Seal of Excellence Award. "Winning Ruby Heart is a category-length novel that feels bigger than its pages.
September 30, 2014 - 11:53amWe’re never ones to shy away from creative endeavors and neither are the heroines you’ll get to meet in this month’s collection of new Historical romances. The leading ladies this month may be ladies of society, but they also hold creative, if not quirky, professions that make them standout heroines. Let’s take a look!In Elizabeth Hoyt’s Darling Beast, renowned actress and playwright Lily Stump has seen better days. With her son in tow, she moves into an abandoned theater where she stumbles upon Apollo Greaves, Viscount Kilbourne, who has escaped Bedlam. As Apollo and Lily grow closer, Lily vows to help clear Apollo’s name of the crime he didn’t commit.
September 30, 2014 - 11:30amThe genre-crossing Gena Showalter has teen and adult fans alike clamoring for the final book in her White Rabbit Chronicles, The Queen of Zombie Hearts. The good news is you don't have to wait any longer, as the book hits shelves today. In the meantime, why not take a gander at the book trailer, which we are super excited to exclusively reveal here? (And then don't forget to enter our 10 (ten!) book giveaway below!) The giveaway is open to U.S. and Canadian readers and winners can choose either a print or ebook version of the book. a Rafflecopter giveaway The Queen of Zombie Hearts hits stores tomorrow! Barnes & Noble has an exclusive version with a letter from Gena — and deleted scenes! — click here for more info.
September 30, 2014 - 9:58amHere's a look at the titles we love that hit shelves this week.***Be sure to check out these Contemporary Romances that we couldn't fit in with the rest!The Maverick of Copper Creek by R.C. RyanOur First Christmas by Lisa Jackson, Mary Burton, Mary Carter and Cathy Lamb
September 29, 2014 - 1:31pmLast week: Claire and Jamie got married! And had sex. A lot. Oh and before that, Claire fell through time from 1946, where she has another husband, Frank.For the first time since Claire fell through the stones at Craig na Dun, we're taken back to our present timeline of 1946. A detective strolls into a Scotland police station to find Frank waiting, apparently not for the first time. Clearly beleaguered, the detective explains to Frank that his department is doing everything they can to find Claire.Frank, who's developed quite a growl in Claire's absence, basically tells the detective that the police department has lived down to his low expectations, in spite of an extensive six-week manhunt.
September 29, 2014 - 11:42amGreetings, witches! Grab some coffee, this is a time travel episode, so we've got more multiples of characters than usual. Who would've thought we would long for Jo and Jo 2.0?! We’ll get through it together, promise. The ladies have gone through the time door — sans Ingrid, who’s stayed behind with Bad Granddad (BG) to the surprise of everyone except Jo, who says the pair have always had a “strange connection.” They’re in Baltimore, 1848, and they’re after a rare and powerful weapon that will end BG. Jo knows it works, because she once used it to kill Freya. Dawson says what?source BG and Ingrid are bonding in the garden. But BG needs to rest, his days are numbered, he guilt-simpers.