Apr 11, 2017 · Romance novels often end with the heroine expecting a child, or even farther in the future after she’s had one or two children, but in Devil in Spring, there is no mention of children — it's ... Natalie’s books pack lots of action, hot romance and surprises. Natalie is currently working on her fifth instalment for the Centre Games Series and a brand new series for 2015. Look out for her new release BRAVE, coming very soon and a couple of surprise projects. Fifteen or twenty years ago, her point of view was usually the only one. Nowadays, authors make room for the hero’s point of view, and sometimes even secondary characters’. But a romance novel is still the story of the heroine’s romance — she’s the focus, the pivot on which all action turns. In the end, the happy ending is happy ... I know some romance novels have this kind of hero or heroine, or both. I’ve read unlovable heroes and heroines who indulge in disgusting behaviour such as rape, abuse or abandonment, or the dreaded self-pity, and have their sins forgiven because they’re good-looking or rich (or great in bed, or have a sad past).