Discussion in 'Clean Debate Zone' started by JoeMoma, Nov 16, 2017.
Mmmm hmmm. Yeah sure.
Just like men read Playboy for the "articles." Right Gracie?
Lol! I'm just teasing!
But tis true! I LOVE LOVE LOVE the descriptions of castles, pirate ships, wars in foreign lands, cowboys and indians and all the maidens involved along with their gallant men they romp with..without reading the details of the rompings, lol.
"He felt her silky thighs and kissed her mount of venus"
"I wanted him to insert his mighty pulsing sword into my moist warm sheath"
Shit like that made me roll my eyes. So..I skimmed.
And..i wouldn't read ANY "romance" book that was later than 1850. I wanted to read the ones set in the 14th century and beyond. This is how I learned about Sultan Sulieman the Magnificent. Book is called The Kadin.
I know. My mom used to read Harlequin Romance Novels. Lol!
Watch out, you are going to probably excite some of the guys around here talking all dirty like that!
The Kadin by Bertrice Small
Savage Surrender by Natasha Peters
Skye O'Malley (O'Malley Saga, #1) by Bertrice Small
I hated Harlequin. They were set in this century and last century. I wanted to learn the HISTORY of the settings much much earlier. And I did.
I write historical fiction. I use mostly real characters. My women are all badass killers, deeply flawed, who all but rape, and sometimes rape, unwilling or marginally willing men.
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