Ready, Set, Go! Best Shifter Romance?
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Articles / January 25, 2020

We have a new monthly recommendation feature debuting today: READY, SET, GO! Here are the rules: We pick a specific sub-genre, trope, or type of romance, and we have to make ONE recommendation for that type. ONE. ONLY ONE. And no more than two sentences as to why. Yes, just one.  Which one book do you pick to fill that rec? Our first one: What do you think is the best SHIFTER ROMANCE you’d recommend? Ready, set, GO! A | BN | K | AB Me: Slave to Sensation, Nalini Singh. I love her shifters, and the idea of “skin privileges” as a method for talking about physical intimacy, and I love all the shifter books in this series the most. Amanda: Wicked Deeds on a Winter’s Night by Kresley Cole. It’s still early in the Immortals After Dark series that you can read this on its own and used to be my VERY FAVORITE book in the series for a long time (it’s now third). It’s enemies to lovers between a witch and Scottish werewolf, and it’s definitely a book where he HATES how much he’s attracted to her. A | BN | K | AB Maya: Hot and…

Whatcha Reading? January 2020 Edition, Part Two
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Articles / January 25, 2020

January is nearly at a close, which feels strange because it’s lasted for eighty-seven years. Here’s what books we’re finishing for the end of the month! Claudia: I’m reading Headliners by Lucy Parker but distracted by a million things so it’s been slow going! Tara: I don’t typically read short story collections, but I’ve been slowly making my way through How Long ’til Black Future Month? by N. K. Jemisin and it’s excellent. I like reading a few stories at a time between other novels and there are some serious gems in the first third of it. I’m also reading Floodtide by Heather Rose Jones. ( A | BN | K | AB ) It’s a lesbian historical fantasy that takes place in her Alpennia world, but can be read as a standalone. She’s so damn good at worldbuilding and her writing is so vivid and gorgeous that I’m really enjoying this one. It’s not a romance and it’s too soon to say if it has romantic elements or not, like Daughter of Mystery did. A | BN | K | AB Catherine: I’ve just finished Fire & Water by Alexis Hall, ( A | BN | K | AB )…