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Guest Post: Midsummer, by Erin McRae and Racheline Maltese


One of the things Erin & I are interested in is where the line is between contemporary and paranormal, both in the romance genre and beyond it. Do we need shifters, vampires, and fae to call something paranormal or does superstition entertained as part of the totally rationally world catapult us into the paranormal genre? Our new novella Midsummer (Love’s Labours 1) is a contemporary romance set at a theater nestled in the Virginia Woods. But it also features a character who needs contact with trees like the rest of us need oxygen, who reacts with profound physical fascinating to … Read more