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Leisure Reading: Romance

A place to discover and share fun reads


According to the Romance Writers of America, there are two things every good romance needs:

A Central Love Story: The main plot centers around individuals falling in love and struggling to make the relationship work. A writer can include as many subplots as he/she wants as long as the love story is the main focus of the novel.

An Emotionally Satisfying and Optimistic Ending: In a romance, the lovers who risk and struggle for each other and their relationship are rewarded with emotional justice and unconditional love.

On this page you'll find plenty of books that match this description.  For each subgenre (YA, Historical, Contemporary, Paranormal, and Romantic Suspense) you'll find a short description as well as several books that are representative of the subgenre. 

Feel free to leave comments and share your favorite romance books!

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Author Pages

Listed below are links to the webpages of some of the most popular romance writers.