In which Cara rants at length about how a woman who is not the heroine, but who happens to have had sex with the hero, should not be portrayed as a villain.
Once a month, I will recommend a particularly good book or series. My first recommendation is the Charm of Magpies series by K.J. Charles.
In a previous post, I discussed some of the general context for why I like mixing magic and sex. In this post, I’ll get into the nitty-gritty details of adding magic into a sex scene.
To continue this week’s theme of romance and sex, I thought it was a good time to discuss how I bring the fantasy elements into my fantasy romance. Often in fantasy stories, the mages or supernaturally-inclined folk are… Read More
In a previous blog post, I defined romance as follows: Romance as a genre is any story where the relationship between two (or sometimes more) characters is central to the plot and structure. If your story is structured… Read More
If a romance focuses on two people (or more) falling in love, does that mean all romances must have sex? Of course not. For one thing, not everyone in the world wants to have sex, even if they… Read More