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Heaving Bosoms: A Romance Novel Podcast

Apr 19, 2021

Hey HBs! We have a special guest to recap The Highlander's Touch by Karen Marie Moning. It's a paranormal historical that is delightfully bonkers in all the best ways. Time travel! Immortality! Faeries! Virgins! Monster dicks! Medieval sex positivity! Throwing poop out windows! See? All the best ways. 

Lauren joins us as part of the Romancing the Runoff fundraiser and we are OVER THE MOON that she has graced us with her wit and excellent reading taste. She's such a joy! 

Lady Loves: 

Lauren: Be a gracious loser and the podcast Threedom. It's helped get her through the pandemic.

Melody: Bend the rules for a good cause! Lauren was technically the runner up for our entry in the Romancing the Runoff auction, but we reached out to her to see if she wanted to match the donation and come on anyway. And WHAT A TREAT! 

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Patreon Shout Out: 

Winnie L, you are an Undine, an ancient Greek water nymph who inspired the story of The Little Mermaid. You hang out in waterfalls and pools, and you are inextricably linked to water, which was believed to be a female element. You have a beautiful singing voice that is said to sound like moving water. Undines are inherently immortal, but they are born without a soul. An Undine can only acquire a soul by falling in love with a human, but to find her soul, she must sacrifice her immortality. If that isn't fodder for an epic fantasy romance, we don't know what is!