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Blog Tour Feature: Speeding Hearts by Claire Wilder

NEW RELEASE - Will they risk their friendship to take a chance on love? I am pleased to announce a cool book blog tour going on right now, presented by Claire Wilder, an author I met during my journey. Congratulations on your contemporary romance! When a new book comes out, it is always an exciting time for authors. Plus, here at the I Love Romance Blog, we love discovering romance novels! Upon returning to his hometown, Dean Hughes makes a deal with his best friend Stella Archer. However, the more time they spend together the more the lines between friendship and romance blur...

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What Most People Don’t Know about Romance Novels: a romance blogger post by multi-genre author Marie Lavender

I’ve debunked the top myths about romance books before, but today I’d like to discuss facets of the genre that many of us don’t always think about...

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Heroes in Disguise: a guest post by Kelle Z. Riley

The concept of disguises dates back much further than our Man-of-Steel. Nearly every culture has elements of disguise in their rituals and religious expressions, as well as in their forms of entertainment. From morality plays to masquerade balls, Samhain to Shakespeare, disguised figures exist in both culture and entertainment. Disguise, apparently, has deep psychological things to say about us, too.