Thursday, 23 May 2013

Your Favorite Romances



This is a collection of links about Your Favourite Romances.  I'll leave you to judge the line between Romance and X-rated and to stay on the romance side of the line for this link up.

Just pop your name and the name of the book into the first Mr Linky box and copy the url for your post about it into the second. 

I'll be pinning the links to this Pinboard which may help you decide at a glance which other links to visit.

Have a lovely time finding new romances to enjoy!

The next Your Favourite series will run in late July and will be about Travel Books.


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22 comments:

  1. Gene Stratton Porter wrote old fashioned romances that are still a pleasure to read.

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  2. The House That Love Built surprised me. I don't usually go for contemporary romance as a genre, but I found this one sweetly satisfying.

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  3. Hello, this is my first time here. Carole left me a comment inviting me to link up my review of "The House that Love Built", so here I am. :)

    I am always looking for good books to add to my "waiting to read" list so I can't wait to go through everyone's links.

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  4. My blog is all romance reviews, so hard to pick one!

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  5. Mostly anything Jennifer Crusie. She makes me laugh every time.

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  6. I was going to enter everything Georgette Heyer but I saw the first entry already had that :)

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  7. Here's another Georgette Heyer. I've only recently discovered her, and I'm greatly enjoying the lively Regency romances she wrote. I think "sparkling" might be an apt term to use!

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  8. Oops! I posted twice by mistake, and forgot to put the book title(s) in the header. So sorry! :-(

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  9. A Town Like Alice by Nevil Shute - a good Aussie romance!

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  10. Great list! I look forward to exploring all of these reviews!

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  11. This post this month helped me to realize that I do not read many romance novels. However Norwegian Woods is kind of close to romance. I guess that I will go through this list to get suggestions.. I'm number 45.

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  12. I feel like I have just hit the jackpot! I am a closet Romance novel Junkie-- I download at least 5 books a week to keep me entertained while I am commuting 2 hours each way everyday. Thanks everyone for sharing, my kindle is definitely going to get a workout!

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  13. I have signed up and following your blog too :)
    I am a Romance Junkie. I will check out all the links in your blog!

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  14. I left a shortlink to my blog about Julia Quinn's Bridgerton Series. She recently came out with 2nd Epilogues. Absolutely loved the series and became invested in the characters.

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  15. Thanks for stopping by my site, Carole.
    I've checked but haven't found any book I've reviewed that is pure romance and the paranormal ones are somewhat racy.

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  16. Thank you for checking my blog! :) I'm glad you like my post!
    I linked and added two links! :)

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  17. Thank you for checking my blog! :) I'm glad you like my posts! I linked and added two links! :)

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  18. I'm not a big romance reader but the best love story ever written, well, one of the best, in my eyes: Love Story.

    Marianne from Let's Read

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  19. I've been reading a lot of steamy stuff lately, but I did have a humorous sweet romance in May. :)

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  20. I love anything by Sarah M. Eden. She does Historical Romance, clean.

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