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The Must-Read Romances Releasing Before 2016 Comes to an End!

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We still have two and a half months left in this year, which is plenty of time to dive into some great new books. We’re also about to enter the most romantic season of all: snuggly fall evenings, warm spiced cider for two, and snowfalls that make you want to stay in bed for hours. So why not celebrate with some sweet and sexy romantic reads? Whether they involve handsome cowboys or rakish Dukes, there are still plenty of awesome love stories yet to be published this year. Here are the 12 romance novels we can’t wait to read before 2016 leaves us for good: Kept, Maya Banks (Berkley Publishing, October 25, 2016) Sexy and dark, Kept is the third…

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15 Female Romantica Authors Leaving Us Hot and Bothered!

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Thanks to books like Fifty Shades of Grey, there’s been a huge boom in mainstream erotica novels. In fact, the popularity has birthed an entirely new genre, one that combines traditional romance novel tropes with steamy erotic situations. These new novels are called romantica — and we can’t get enough of them. Like romance or erotica, romantica is mostly written by and for women. It also includes all kinds of sexy tropes, but the most common is definitely lite-BDSM. These are stories about powerful men dominating equally-powerful women who can hold their own both in and out of the bedroom. But unlike straight-up erotica, the man and woman also fall in love, creating a compelling romantic storyline as well as some…

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Jonesin’ For a Fix: Books for TV Addicts — Scorpion Edition

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I do not understand why more people aren’t talking about CBS’s crime drama, Scorpion. Funny, smart and quick, it’s one of the best serial crime shows on TV right now. Which is not something I say lightly. Scorpion combines thrilling action with whip-smart characters and a cast that’s both charming and fun. It’s like an ensemble version of Sherlock. The show stars Elyes Gabel as Walter O’Brien, a hacking genius with an IQ of 197. He’s based on the real life Walter O’Brien, who claims to have hacked into NASA servers when he was only 13 years old. On the show, Walter and his buddies get recruited to help out the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Together they form Scorpion,…

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