Sunday, August 28, 2005

shallow portrayal of infatuation

A romance novel is viewed as a shallow portrayal of infatuation and
sex, but this is not true. Romance sex novels give pure, romantic novels a
bad reputation. Romantic novels, unlike romance sex novels, are stories
of love and the struggles, conflicts and sometimes, sacrifices that
falling in love entails.

Tuesday, August 23, 2005

right moment

Romance sex happens when two people are already committed in their relationship and want to take the next step. Romance sex is important in every relationship because it shows how you truly love each other. But just remember to be careful and wait for the right moment to come.

Sunday, July 31, 2005

romance sex is so widely and deeply scorned

There are several reasons romance sex is so widely and deeply scorned.
Sexism is an important one; the fact that romance sex books are read,
written, and edited primarily by women makes it easier for people to
find the genre frivolous and unintellectual.

Thursday, July 28, 2005

Romance Sex

The romance sex novel is still the smutty joke of the publishing
industry, even when compared with other genres. More than featuring romance
sex, a true romance novel is really all about the conflict between the
hero and heroine.