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Linz Loves Romance

I've loved romance novels since...like forever. I read across most subgenres of romance. I also write fantasy/paranormal and new adult romance.

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Story Genius: How to Use Brain Science to Go Beyond Outlining and Write a Riveting Novel (Before You Waste Three Years Writing 327 Pages That Go Nowhere)
Lisa Cron
Unspoken (Highland Historical, #1) - Kerrigan Byrne Kerrigan Byrne had me at a hero who's a Scottish Berserker. Done and done. This novella was intense and offered a fresh twist on paranormal abilities without a were-character. I read it in one sitting. I would have enjoyed a little more backstory, especially about why Roderick lost his voice, but given the length of the story, it unfolds near the end. A few missed proof-reading errors were bothersome given the Byrne's sophisticated diction. For example, "prone" means to lie face-down, but is used in a scene where Evelyn seems to be facing Roderick. Still, I recommend as a quick, fun read with a fierce but gentle-with-his-mate hero. *Cough, cough* A hero who wears a kilt.