When In Romance is a biweekly romance podcast dedicated to romance novel news, enthusiasm, and romance book recommendations from Book Riot!
Jess and Trisha celebrate a new year, discuss Netflix adaptation Bridgerton, and talk about the books they’re ready for – and hoping for – in 2021.
Jess and Trisha discuss news they’ve missed in recent weeks, give some “best of” list updates, and recommend a few of their favorite romances from 2020.
Jess and Trisha offer more recs to readers looking for comedic romance, underrepresented authors, cruelty-free paranormal romance, and more.
Jess and Trisha offer recs to readers looking for soapy drama, SFF without the alpha males, funny and quirky narrators, and more.
Jess and Trisha discuss where “best of” lists come from and do a deep dive into meet cutes – and meet not so cutes.
Jess and Trisha do some quick updates, talk about a complicated decision from Harlequin, and recommend romances with great friendships.
Jess and Trisha talk about the end of Audible Escape, why the "all you can read" model is a challenge in romance, and books with bisexual characters.
Jess and Trisha talk about the impacts of the pandemic on romance publishing and share favorite romances by Latinx authors.
Jess and Trisha discuss the impact Corey Alexander had on romance discourse and recommend romances involving sports.
Jess and Trisha discuss how we talk about who writes and reads romance, and recommend romance series in which you can completely immerse yourself.
Jess and Trisha talk about things people love about reading romance and then offer some non-romance novel entertainment options that might share similar qualities.
Jess and Trisha talk about Getting Schooled by Christina C. Jones and recommend some favorite romances from the year so far – to the extent that they’ve been able to read.
Jess and Trisha discuss takeaways from a Juneteeth Book Fest panel on writing Black romance and the delight for all readers in reading queer romance.
Jess and Trisha talk about the impact of anti-Black racism in publishing, an RWA awards decision, and books we love by Black authors.
Jess and Trisha talk with Passionflix founder Tosca Musk about romance adaptations, managing expectations, and what being a “producer” actually means.