A romantic at heart?
Romance novels are made up of two core
elements: the story must have a happily-ever-after ending, and the love story
must be central to the development of the novel. If you are reading a book with
those components, you are reading a romance novel.
Romance novels are not all the same. Many romance novels (including my own) do not shy away from real problems: alcoholism, emotional and/or physical abandonment, domestic violence. They not all full of sex and stupid women; nor men, who grunt poor dialogue, not all have unrealistic
Romance novels are not all read by middle-aged
housewives with nothing better to do. In fact, 9.5 percent of romance readers
Take a walk on the Romantic Side! There's nothing wrong with indulging in a little happly-ever-after....Stop into your local
bookstore, or log-on and download a good romance.
You might be surprised--and hooked. As everyone knows, happily-ever-afters, can be wonderfully addicting!