February In Review

Being a slightly shorter month, it makes sense that February was over in the blink of an eye. If you missed any of last month’s content–including our Contemporary Romance feature–you can catch up on all of our reviews and interviews here.

 

Contemporary Romance Feature

Megan interviews Sarah Monzon about her debut novel, The Issac Project.

Megan reviews You’re the One That I Want by Susan May Warren.

Beth interviews Varina Denman and discusses her debut, Jaded.

Megan reviews A Season to Love by Nicole Deese.

Want to know what our all-time favourite contemporary romance novels are? Check out this list!

Carrie chats to Pepper Basham about the challenges of writing multiple genres, and more.

Carrie reviews Keeper of the Stars by Robin Lee Hatcher.

Carrie talks to Carla Laureano about the importance of contemporary romance, and movingĀ from inspiration fiction to clean romance.

Rachel and Carrie unashamedly fan girl and squeal over Kristan Higgins, who has a lot of fictional crushes.

Carrie reviews Jilted by Carla Laureano.

Lastly, we all reveal our most anticipated contemporary romance novels of 2016!

 

Not into contemporary romance? That’s okay! Check our our Book Courtship Q&A for some other great recommendations.

 

Reviews

Cold Shot by Dani Pettrey (Romantic Suspense), reviewed by Shondra

Breakdown by Jonathan Kellerman (Crime/Suspense), reviewed by Melissa

Step by Step by Candace Calvert (Medical/Romance), reviewed by Beckie

Curio by Evangeline Denmark (YA/Fantasy), reviewed by Megan

A Spy’s Devotion by Melanie Dickerson (Historical Romance/Suspense), reviewed by Carrie

The Warrior Spy by Dony Jay (Military/Thriller), reviewed by Laura (also, check out Dony Jay’s interview!)

Always Watching by Lynette Eason (Romantic Suspense), reviewed by Shondra & Beckie

Flight of Dreams by Ariel Lawhon (Historical), reviewed by Heather & Melissa

Mermaid Moon by Colleen Coble (Romantic Suspense), reviewed by Carrie & Beth

The Sentimental Journey Romance Collection by Various Authors (Historical Romance), reviewed by Stephanie

 

Be sure to check back with us for more reviews and interviews in March!

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