Subgenres: Historical, Paranormal, and Contemporary Romance Book Talk
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In this week's book talk, I discuss connecting with our readers, explain subgenres, and book talk historical, paranormal, and contemporary romance. Mobile Friend video
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In this week's book talk, I discuss connecting with our readers, explain subgenres, and book talk historical, paranormal, and contemporary romance. Full screen friendly video
If you have trouble viewing the video, please try the link to my YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/qO_G_Jkivvw
Romances that will make you LOL
These contemporary authors will make you chuckle and then peeking around to see if anyone heard you.
About That Night by Julie James - Ahh, nothing like giving the guy who stood you up on your first date a hard time, especially when he’s a handsome, billionaire, genius. Assistant U.S. Attorney Rylann Pierce gets that chance, when her star witness in no other than Kyle Rhodes. James has a superb command of witty dialogue and electrifying chemistry.
Warning: Be careful where you read this novel; it may make you giggle in public.
Slow Heat by Jill Shalvis combines an athletic bad boy, a sassy publicist, and a whole lot of heat. Wade O’Riley is warned that he needs to clean up his image. When a crazed fan claims he’s the father of her child, Samantha takes on for the team, posing as his girlfriend. The line between reality and fiction begins to blur for the pretend couple. Looking for a romance with dogs, give “” a try.
Warning: Have a cool glass of water ready; Shalvis writes a sizzling hot books.
In What I Did for Love by Susan Elizabeth Phillips, two out of work actors accidentally get hitched in Las Vegas. Can they turn their marriage into a work of art?
Warning: Be prepared to lose sleep while finishing these fun novels.
Want more romances with laughs, try these rib ticklers:
Susan Anderson’s Playing Dirty, Rachel Gibson’s Rescue Me, Susan Mallery, and Fast Women by Jennifer Crusie