Roz P. Garrett delves deeply into the worldbuilding, plot, and romance of Jacqueline Carey’s masterpiece romantic fantasy, Kushiel’s Dart.
Ryan Muree discusses the Chosen One trope in fantasy.
Do you love Beauty and the Beast? Nicolette Andrews lists the books you need on your TBR, like, yesterday. 🙂
J.M. Butler gives her review of one of RFS’s February 2019 Book Club winners, Heart of the Fae by Emma Hamm.
Gemma Oleander discusses the pleasures and lessons of young adult romantic fantasy and its roguish book boyfriends. 😉
J.M. Butler gives her review of one of RFS’s February 2019 Book Club winners, No Man Can Tame by Miranda Honfleur.
Janeen Ippolito explains why love triangles, despite getting a bad rap, can add to a good story.
Ryan Muree discusses the divide between stories that contain sexual relations and stories that don’t, and whether there’s a need for new classifications and terminology.
R.A. Steffan discusses the origins of reverse harem, its evolution, and the rise of polyamorous fantasy romance.
Catharine Glen reveals the Eastern origins of the reverse harem genre, explains the difference with the Western style, and details the pleasures to be found in RH fantasy.