Podcast Episodes

Ep. 9 Alyssa Cole: A Hope Divided and Hamilton’s Battalion


We’re joined this week by Alyssa Cole, the award winning author of contemporary, historical, and sci fi/fantasy romance. She has two brilliant recent releases: A Hope Divided and Hamilton’s Battalion. We discuss how Hamilton’s Battalion came about, her powerful The Loyal League series, and her writing process–as well as why she no longer drinks martinis! We love her thoughts on why a Happily Ever After is important.

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The first book from her Reluctant Royals series, A Princess in Theory, sounds fantastic and comes out on 2/28! You can read an excerpt in Cosmopolitan.

You can follow Alyssa on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook–or check out her website.

*Books and sites mentioned in this episode:

Hamilton’s Battalion by Courtney Milan, Alyssa Cole, and Rose Lerner

An Extraordinary Union by Alyssa Cole

A Hope Divided by Alyssa Cole

Be Not Afraid by Alyssa Cole

Talk Sweetly to Me by Courtney Milan

Beauty Awakened by Anne Rice

Literotica.com (NSFW)


A Kingdom of Dreams by Judith McNaught

*The above links will take you to The Ripped Bodice website where you have the option to purchase the print books from the only exclusively romance bookstore in the US. We love them–please consider showing your support to such a wonderful small business! If you’re in the LA area, definitely go and visit the store–it’s magical!

Special thanks to our Editor, Chris Willett.

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