February Advertisers

Yet again this past month I received an email from a reader looking for a past advertisement, wanting to find a book she’d seen here but couldn’t recall. So, for your shopping and memory-nudging usage, here are the February advertisers, all lined up looking stunning. You can find past months of advertisers in the advertiser tag, a link to which is always under the ad column.

Thanks for advertising here, y’all, and helping me keep the site floating on postage, hosting, and crazy mayhem, with occasional breaks for cookies. There are not terribly many places where romance publishers and authors can advertise to a romance-specific audience, and it is awesome to know that the ads are influential to those browsing for new reads.

All the ads are below the fold so as to avoid GRAPHICS BAM IN YOUR FACE for the people on dialup (Hi people on dialup!).

So, without further ado, here are the February advertisers: thank you thank you thank you.

Mandy RothCynthia Eden

KellyAnn ZuzuloElise Logan

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Jill Shalvis - Animal MagnetismCarina Press

Dreamspinner Press

Married With Zombies from Orbit BooksHidden Away by Maya Banks

Black Cobra Game from AvonHaunting Jasmine from Penguin Books

Jaci Burton: Perfect PlayHunter Untamed by Pamela Palmer

Lacy Danes: House of SinHelenKay Dimon's Harlequin Intrigue Novels

Samhain Publishing

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  1. 1
    Anony Miss says:

    Can we talk about how on the ‘House of Sin’ ad, the lady-with-a-face’s shoulder looks like the massive oddly rounded and smooth back torso of the redhead? Is it just me!?!

  2. 2
    Rhonda says:

    She look like a redhead to me.

  3. 3
    Khenta says:

    @ Anony Miss – Now that you mentioned it…

    I’m more worried about the starved-looking woman on the right side – you can count every single vertebra on her back! Give that girl something to eat! ;)

  4. 4
    crow girl says:

    I want the hot guy with the puppy … because he’s hot … and he has a puppy.

    @ Khenta
    I was worried about vertabrae-woman, myself.  She looks rather break-able.

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