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Why Sexism is Still a Problem in Romancelandia by Shana Figueroa

Reckoning by Shana Figueroa

The Three Biggest Reasons Why Sexism is Still a Problem in Romancelandia. For a genre by and large written by women for women, romance uses a lot of sexist tropes in its storytelling. You can’t swing a pink dildo around the romance section of your favorite bookstore without hitting a paperback that denigrates women in...

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Janet Elizabeth Henderson’s RELENTLESS

Relentless by Janet Elizabeth Henderson

RELENTLESS by Janet Elizabeth Henderson   Julia Collins has to go to South America to get her grandmother out of jail, and she needs help. With her chronic shyness, her OCD issues and her fear of intimidating men, there’s no way she’ll be able to negotiate the Peruvian legal system. She needs someone who can...

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Loreth Anne White: Women Detectives in Fiction

The Drowned Girls by Loreth Anne White

From Loreth Anne White: THE DROWNED GIRLS is book one in the Angie Pallorino series, a dark, gritty, atmospheric female-driven police procedural series with a romantic arc that develops over three books. In addition to the overarching romance, there is also an overarching mystery that ties deep into secrets about my heroine, Angie’s, past, secrets...

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Vicki Lewis Thompson’s IN THE COWBOY’S ARMS

In the Cowboy's Arms by VIcki Lewis Thompson

IN THE COWBOY’S ARMS by Vicki Lewis Thompson   Matt Forrest was born to be an actor, but grew up at Thunder Mountain Ranch as a cowboy. So when things go haywire after shooting his first Hollywood movie, he retreats to his childhood home where he knows his parents and foster brothers can help him...

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All the Lies We Tell by Megan Hart

Everyone knew Alicia Harrison’s marriage to Ilya Stern wouldn’t last. They’d grown up on a remote stretch of Quarry Street, where there were two houses, two sets of siblings, and eventually, a tangled mess of betrayal, longing, and loss. Tragedy catapulted Allie and Ilya together, but divorce—even as neighbors—has been relatively uncomplicated. Opposites Attract or...

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