The Matchmaker Trilogy – Jane Feather

Jane Feather has written more than fifty romance novels, most of them trilogies, and she works outside of the Harlequin juggernaut. I'm reviewing: The Bachelor List The Bride Hunt The Wedding Game The first two are available in a 2-in-1 edition, which I found in the break room at work. I was sufficiently hooked by …

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The World Inside

Robert Silverberg's The World Inside is a loosely connected group of short stories, written in the early 1970s and set in 2381. Nineteen-sixties' concerns about over-population have been fully resolved. In the homogenous world of 2381, the planet comfortably supports a population of 75,000,000,000, and the citizens are keen to breed as prodigiously as possible. …

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Menage on 34th Street

The world of romance novels is much larger than male and female couples. There are romances featuring gays, lesbians, and, in the case of Menage on 34th Street, threesomes. This ebook was written by Elise Logan and Emily Ryan-Davis, and recently published by Carina Press, a division of Harlequin.  Menage on 34th Street is my …

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Erotic Romance

Harlequin's posted a flowchart to help out readers of this re-invigorated genre. It's not a great flow chart, for many reasons, but worthy of a giggle or two: http://www.harlequin.com/store.html?cid=3450 I prefer my romances a little more romantic and and little less acrobatic. Not that I have anything against erotic fiction, but of the stories in …

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