Don’t Judge Them By Their Covers: Who Says Romance Novels Aren’t Deep?

This was originally written for and posted by Heroes and Heartbreakers on July 14th, 2015 I recently admitted to being an author of erotic romance during a dinner party I attended with my husband. It was an event where we didn’t know many people, and most of the guests were easily twice our age. In […]

Importance of Positive Representation of Kink in Romance

This post was originally written for and posted by RT Book Reviews on April 23, 2018: When I was in college, I attended my first Take Back the Night event. It was in coordination with the Clothesline Project, and as I sat there, pouring my heart out with paint markers onto a piece of white […]

Cassie’s Shoe Collection

Sex and the City’s Carrie Bradshaw once said, “It’s really hard to walk in a single woman’s shoes-that’s why you sometimes need really special shoes.” Cassie Allbright, my half Cuban ball-busting attorney heroine couldn’t agree more. In HER CLAIM, Cassie’s love affair with shoes rivals that of the one she has with Patrick Dunham—the arrogant, […]

I’m Goin’ to Miami…

When researching Her Claim, I went on two trips to Miami, Florida, where Cassie is from. It wasn’t only to scout out the spots that Cassie and Patrick go to during their steamy trip down there—I also went immerse myself in the beauty, the culture, and the food of m heroine’s birthplace. From the bright […]

High School Sweethearts

I’ve always always loved the idea of high school sweethearts. From Zack and Kelly to Cory and Topanga to Troy and Gabriella, there’s something so romantic about the idea that young love can last forever. (And don’t even get me started on hoping that Angela Chase and Jordan Catalano would somehow end up together. *swoon*) […]

Why Portland?

You may have wondered why I set the Portland Rebels series in the little seaside town of Portland, Maine. I spent my summers as a child not far from there, in the town of Ogunquit, and have found Portland to be one of the coolest places to be. A port city with a rich urban […]

Reduce the Stigma, or, Why I Wrote a Book About Mental Health

The Theory of Deviance is out today. It’s a book I’ve had cooking in my head since March 2015, when I decided I wanted to write a story about a heroine who was struggling emotionally. There are lots of topics in this book – religion, bisexuality, poly relationships, but the one that means the most is […]

Valentine’s Rewind: The Missing Link

It’s day three of the #ValentinesRewind blog hop! You can check out the full schedule here, as well as the line-up of super awesome prizes. My sexy little snippet here is the second installment of Liam and Miranda’s story from The Missing Piece. I hope you enjoy their version of Valentine’s Day!     The […]

Valentine’s Rewind Blog Hop

One romantic holiday. More than twenty fabulous authors. All your favorite stories. It’s almost Valentine’s Day, and if there’s one thing we romance writers flock to, it’s anything involving love. (Well, that and chocolate, but that’s not just in February.) So what better way to get into the spirit of all things heart-shaped than to […]

Goodreads giveaway of His Contract!

Hey! I’m running a Goodreads giveaway! Two free, signed copies are about to be sent out into the world, and you could win one! Enter now:   Goodreads Book Giveaway His Contract by Rebecca Grace Allen Giveaway ends January 31, 2016. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter Giveaway