The hero of this story, S.T. “Storm” Dalton, won my heart on page one, because Hoag drew him in perfect balance as a romantic lead: rugged and sexy, with a vibrant streak of humility and heart. The reader sees his vulnerability right away, in a deep wound of his own making that only one person—one woman—can heal. Storm spends the better part of the book finding that healing with her, an...
Where does love fit in when you're trying to overthrow the government? That is the leading question of Resist, the second book of the Resistance Series by my good friend, author Tracy Lawson. A few weeks ago, I had a chance to interview Tracy about the romantic element of her YA series. And over the course of the past week, I finally took the opportunity to dive in and read it for myself.
Flashback Friday Book Reviews highlight the love stories that have always inspired me—even before I decided to become a romance writer.
The Promise by Daneille Steel
While I’m sure I was born with the hopeless romantic gene, this is the book that activated it. Before I started trading Harlequins with my friend Francie in high school, before Lifetime Television for Women, there was The Promise.