We’ve already read to the little ones. Now it’s our turn to escape into the fictional world of romance and enjoy the pleasure of reading ! Without interruptions. Is that possible?
Tender and true The Forever Girl traces love’s unpredictable path to maturity with style, wit and feeling. Written by the international author Alexander McCall Smith, it boasts a good story with a touch of complicated love. If that’s not your style, then a delightful romantic comedy series filled with laughter, music and one sexy cowboy. The Darling Songbirds by Rachel Herron can be bought in a Big W store – what a selection of books! Browse further on the shelves and you will see a title called That Scandalous Summer by Meredith Duran.
Now to be honest I haven’t read this book but the cover caught my eye and with a blurb inside saying it’s sensual, exciting and unforgettable, I have to imagine!! With a historical backdrop and a novel to sink your teeth into, I wonder if the author had a lot of fun writing it.
Lastly I have read this book and seen the movie called The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks. I cried at the end. And the falling in love scenes were tender. Be sure to feel moved and romanced by this one. What is it that captures a woman’s heartstrings in a well told, beautiful love story? What is it about this genre that is uplifting and makes them feel good? Why do women of all ages read romance stories?
I would love to hear your thoughts.