What makes a romance novel really memorable for you - characters, setting, plot, love scenes or just everything? Please give reason(s) for your answer.
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I'm a Thomas Hardy and Jane Austen fan myself. They don't make 'em like that any more. I think a good book is like a good movie. Everything has to come together to make it a success. Thanks for your comment.
I think this is why I like Regency, Amish and Christian fiction books. Setting, innocence and character are huge factors.
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I agree, it's easy for most people to relate to the Love Inspired books.
Thank you, Ericajean! I agree with you. It must have a good plot to keep me turning the pages.