Um, that would be me. Just in case you were wondering.
Three things that really annoy me. 1) How Harlequin has become synonymous with "romance" as a whole genre - especially when hurled as an insult by
Which is where I come in. Harlequins are, in my ever so humble opinion, the purest form of romance. It's all the romance, without any of the BS. Certainly you're going to find vampires, werewolves, and serial killers in Harlequin books - but the vast majority of them? Yeah, straight-up, good, old-fashioned contemporary romances.
Which brings me to A Not-So-Perfect Past by Beth Andrews. I'm not sure where this author has been all my life, but damn, I think I'm in love. Seriously. Drop everything, and head on over to my review at TGTBTU. I pretty much say it all there. And if you haven't tried the SuperRomance line? What the hell are you waiting for? I've discovered three fabulous new-to-me authors there in the past year. Ellen Hartman, Janice Kay Johnson (who's been writing forever and I just found her!) and now Beth Andrews.
Hell, at least take it under advisement.