From the Australian Romance Readers Blog:
I love romance. I love it in life and I love it in books and art and music and in the natural world. Romance is inspiring. It has the power to lift and satisfy and transform. It holds out the promise of strong relationships, love, laughter and a happy ever after. Which is a good thing, right? After all, most people want some romance in their life.
One of my favourite romance authors is Georgette Heyer. Amazingly, she wrote her first book when she was seventeen. That was in 1921 (!) and that book, The Black Moth, is still in print along with fifty of her other titles. Heyer died in 1974 but she just goes right on selling. That’s because her books are witty and wonderful with lots of laugh-out-loud moments and truly memorable romance. In 1935 Heyer wrote her first novel set in the English Regency. Regency…
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