Featuring our favorite romance book bloggers!
Happy Wednesday, Wormies! Welcome to another Read a Romance Blog feature! Today, we’re featuring Nick @ The Infinite Limits of Love!
Read a Romance Blog series is a feature on this blog showcasing book bloggers that primarily review romance.
About the Romance Blogger
My name is Nick and I blog over at The Infinite Limits of Love. I’m a life-long reader with a passion for kissing books, statistics, puppies, and naps. When I’m not blogging or reading, I can be found working on my Ph.D., binge-watching the latest show on Netflix, or cross-stitching.
Ezrah: Nick, I absolutely adore your profile picture!
Where You Can Find Me
The Swoon Awards: http://www.theswoonawards.com/
First Romance Book I Read
The first romance book I remember reading was Queen of Babble by Meg Cabot. I was 12 years old and my classmate let me borrow the book. I remember being so scandalized because they had sex in the book!
Favorite Romance Genre/s
Contemporary romance. I also love historical romance but I’m picky with it.
Ezrah: I totally understand about being picky with historical romance books.
Favorite Romance Trope/s
Grumpy-sunshine – especially when the heroine is grumpy
Ezrah: Grumpy heroes are the best!
Top Auto-buy Authors
Ezrah: I just read Talia Hibbert for the first time and her book was AMAZING!
Top Romance Books You Highly Recommend
- Pretty Face by Lucy Parker
- Love in the Afternoon by Lisa Kleypas
- The Widow of Rose House by Diana Biller
- A Wedding One Christmas by Therese Beharrie
- Take a Hint, Dani Brown by Talia Hibbert
Ezrah: I want to read Pretty Face now!
Top Romance Series You Recommend
- The Wallflowers by Lisa Kleypas. Historical romance with 4 books. My favorite in the series is It Happened One Autumn.
- Hidden Legacy by Ilona Andrews. Urban fantasy with 6 books. My favorite in the series is White Hot.
- Psy-Changeling by Nalini Singh. PNR with 19 books. My favorite in the series is Heart of Obsidian.
Favorite Quote from a Romance Book
“The point is . . . sometimes fighting isn’t about leaving, it’s about staying. It takes practice to get it right, and it’s painful, but if you want to stay with people, you do it.”
Favorite Thing About the Romance Community
The friendship! The romance community has connected me with so many wonderful people. I’ve met many friends through this community! I know I can share my personal life joys and sorrows with them and they will 100% be there for me.
Ezrah: Absolutely! I found a lot of kindred spirits on here and for the most part, the romance community is drama free!
Romance Myth that You Hate
I hate the idea that romance novels are not feminist and would love to see that myth completely disappear. I’ve learned so much about feminism and intersectional feminism (and so much more) from romance books.
Ezrah: Absolutely! I agree 100%