modern romance

Review: Peace Love Music by Cornelia Amri

Review: Peace Love Music by Cornelia Amriby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes This story is exactly as it sounds from the title; it is about peace, love and music, but most of all a woman finding love with the man of her dreams, even though she hardly knows how he will react when she wants him to be hers. Jody is her name, […]

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Defining the Genre: Gothic Romance

Defining the Genre: Gothic Romanceby Keira

Gothic romance is a genre you can’t find all too easily today. It was a popular genre a few decades ago and lovers of this romance sub-genre will have to troll secondhand bookstores to find titles. Classics of this genre are novels such as Wuthering Heights and Scarlet Letter. Well known authors of Gothic romance/horror […]

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Erotic Romance, Not Just Erotica and Romance

Erotic Romance, Not Just Erotica and Romanceby Guest Blogger

by Cecilia Tan, guest blogger Our tale begins in 1970, which is the year some point to as the beginning of the modern romance genre, with the arrival of the manuscript The Flame and the Flower by Kathleen E. Woodiwiss on the desk of editor Nancy Coffey at Avon. The book would be a huge […]

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Are Romances Built On Hormones A Good Thing?

Are Romances Built On Hormones A Good Thing?by Guest Blogger

by Tracy Cooper-Posey, guest blogger and author of Betting with Lucifer. I’ve been touring Betting With Lucifer around a few stops now, and a lot of the feedback I’ve been getting is that it’s a great “old fashioned romance” where the characters really get to know each other as they fall in love and commit […]

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