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Category Archives: The Heart of the Genres


Brokenhearted, I Read

by Calee Jordan


I am a heartbroken reader. The end of a series is a reasonable guess for my ennui, but it’s not that simple. In the last two years, the awesome Curse of the Gods series has been one of my favorite reads. The protagonist is an accident-prone smart ass who draws five beautiful, strong, and arrogant […]



Speaking of trust

by Calee Jordan


Speaking of trust— Yes, we were talking about trust just last month (It’s about Control).  I’ve noticed a weird trust trend.  Romance, fantasy, and sci-fi novels share a level of trust that I find impossible to believe.  It’s not that the protagonist trusts the villain, although that happens fairly regularly. In Chanda Hahn’s Reign (book […]



Hey, I know you!

by Calee Jordan


Haven’t we met before? Yeah, we have. I’d recognize that wild tangle of hair and quirky disposition anywhere. Why are you shaking your head? No, no. We’ve definitely met before. In fact, I can prove it. You’re a witch, right? Ah, see, you paused. You are a witch. No, that’s not an accusation, but don’t […]


OMG, I heart Rachel Morgan!

by Calee Jordan


Warning: Spoilers will follow. Can I contract swimmer’s ear from headsets? For the last month, I’ve worn headsets everywhere—in the yard, when I have a spare moment at work, in the tub, in the car (well, the headset covers only one ear then). I’m so addicted to my current set of audio books that my […]


A Need for Speed

by Calee Jordan


Good grief. It’s 4 a.m. Despite my frequent yawns and drooping eyelids, I’m still awake, still reading. See, there’s this book, an interesting story with a cool description, so I started reading just before bedtime. I told myself I would read one chapter before bed. Then the characters’ emotions engulfed me. The details had me […]