romance novels

The Appeal of Romance Novels to the Committed and Not Dim-Witted

The Appeal of Romance Novels to the Committed and Not Dim-Wittedby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by T.D. Hassett, author of Loving Link I was recently reading the resurgence of the Quilliam study on the evils of romance novel reading. I admit it, as a fan of the genre and an author; I got pissed at her conclusions. For those of you who don’t follow research on romance novels […]

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Tell Me Your Favorite Period in History!

Tell Me Your Favorite Period in History!by Keira G

Today I am guest blogging about my favorite romance periods in history at Japan Reviewer with Why Have One When You Can Have Two? Because you know me, I have multiple favorites. It’s so hard to pick just one when two are great. This is why in a romance novel I would have both the […]

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How Romance Novels Relate To Real World Problems

How Romance Novels Relate To Real World Problemsby Guest Blogger

Romance novels are gateways to another world. They are a way to escape the tedium of our everyday life by visiting an alternate world where men and women struggle but find a way to live happily ever after. Despite the escapism there are a number of very real parallels to the tedium of our everyday […]

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When a Romance Author Doesn’t Believe in Love…

When a Romance Author Doesn't Believe in Love...by Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Robin Kaye, author of Call Me Wild I’m Jessica James but everyone calls me Jessie and I don’t believe in love. I sound like I belong at a twelve-step meeting, don’t I? Now, before you start booing me like a bunch of rabid romance fans, let me explain. I’ve never believed in […]

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Review: Everything I Know about Love I Learned from Romance Novels by Sarah Wendell

Review: Everything I Know about Love I Learned from Romance Novels by Sarah Wendellby Keira G

Genre: Non-Fiction look at Romance Novels Who is Sarah Wendell? She’s one of two romance bloggers behind Smart Bitches <3 Trashy Books. She knows her stuff. You should listen to her. She’s funny too! Who Should Read This Book? Non-romance readers wanting to know what’s the big deal about this genre. Who’s in the Book? […]

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Review: Defining Twilight by Brian Leaf, M.A.

Review: Defining Twilight by Brian Leaf, M.A.by Keira G

I’ve said before about how romance novels will improve your vocabulary and that they were responsible for my high SAT scores. Now it’s time to show how that’s possible… Brian Leaf is brilliant. He takes Twilight and pulls from it the words most likely to be seen on a standardized test. The book is very […]

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Review: Miranda’s Big Mistake by Jill Mansell

Review: Miranda's Big Mistake by Jill Mansellby Zarabeth Golden

By: Zarabeth, guest reviewer Miranda’s Big Mistake is a contemporary romance set in London. Our lead female, Miranda, goes through a series of what turn out to be unfortunate relationships all while “the one” sits quietly on the sidelines attempting to be supportive. Our supporting female, Bev, is a very interesting character as well with […]

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6 Ways to Orgasm According to Romance Novels

6 Ways to Orgasm According to Romance Novelsby Keira G

Based on the title of this post, you can probably tell its NSFW (Not Safe for Work), but it’s a whole lot of fun! So drop by on break time or after hours and say hello then. When it comes to romances there are six main types of orgasms. It’s not unheard to see all […]

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