Booking Through Thursday Again

Love stories? Yes or No?

If yes, "romances" as a genre? Or just, well, stories that have love stories? (Nobody's going to call "Pride & Prejudice" a "romance," right?)

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I do like a good love story. I don't like "romance" genre, especially harlequins. Too much sex and not enough story. I like a good balance. Plus, the plots are always the same. The "Outlander" Series is sometimes considered romance but I absolutely love it. I think it's because the characters love each other so much.

1 comment:

  1. The only "romance" novels I read are by LaVeryle Spencer. Some are set in modern times, but others are period pieces. One I esp liked was The Gambler set in the old west--and the heroine of the story was lame. Not your typical romance genre heroine.

    Another book was of a sailor that was lost at sea. His widow married his brother and then, of course, her husband shows up alive and kicking.


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