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Monday, July 23, 2012

Monday Discussion: Death Bracket Preparation--Romance

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Now for today.  We are moving forward with gathering names.  Today it is Romance's turn.

I am going to offer up Eloisa James for her funny Regencies and Susan Elizabeth Phillips for her fun and sassy heroines.

Please leave your comments with romance authors you think should battle it out this Fall in the BPL's death match of popular authors.

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5 comments:

Sarah Elsewhere said...

Tessa Dare

Lizzy said...

I second Tessa Dare! I'll add J. R. Ward and Meljean Brook.

Kimberly said...

Regency Authors - Mary Balogh and Liz Carlyle

John BPL RA said...

Danielle Steel. She shares a last name with multiple pro wrestlers.

Elena Gleason said...

Courtney Milan! She writes the most amazingly feminist Regency romances.

I second Meljean Brook.

I also love Mary Jo Putney and Joanna Bourne.