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Day 20: Favorite romance book

My least favorite genre. However, I’ll have to go with James Patterson’s Sundays at Tiffany’s. When my sister loaned me this book telling me that I must read it, I thought I wouldn’t like it because it was a romance and I didn’t care if JP was the author. 

I read it and ended up liking it, but didn’t bother to watch the movie.

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5 thoughts on “Day 20: Favorite romance book”

      1. I have the same issue. I’m not a fan of romance, and most romance I’ve tried to read either have horrible character development or sex scenes I have to skip (I refuse to read any type of promiscuous scene). I think I would like romance a lot more if there were better books in this genre out there. However, I recently read this book by Julie Klassen called The Painter’s Daughter. For a romance, it was surprisingly good!

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      2. Those are the same two issues I naturally have with romance stories. Most of the times the plot is watered down and the characters don’t have chemistry. The Painter’s Daughter sounds like a good read. I’ll check it out on Amazon.

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