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The Romance Genre
According to the Romance Writers of America, every romance novel has two characteristics: it centers around a relationship and has an emotionally satisfying ending. Romance can include aspects of other genres such as suspense, fantasy, or historical.
Need a happiness fix? Try these ebooks:
- Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte: Part romance and part gothic mystery, Jane Eyre is refreshingly modern for a Victorian heroine. Plus, you can imagine sheltering in place on a foggy moor.
- The Wedding Party by Jasmine Guillory: Remember leaving the house and interacting with people? Go back to those days with Maggie and Theo as they navigate their love-hate relationship amid their mutual friend’s wedding preparations.
- Persuasion by Jane Austen: Has Anne Elliott lost her chance at happiness after she let herself be persuaded against marrying The One? Persuasion is a bittersweet romance written to make even the most world-weary reader smile.
- The Fault in Our Stars by John Green: You know going into this that it will be tearjerker, but sometimes love is worth it.
- The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay: The heroine is a wedding planner who overhears a hotshot lawyer making a bet about her and decides to play along. Sometimes you don’t have to overthink it.
Want another way to bring happiness to your life? Try volunteering! Check out the South Campus Library’s blog for ideas.
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This post was written by TRACEY ROBINSON