By Corinne Saunders
- Considers the literary and historic improvement of the romance style from its classical origins to the current day
- Incorporates dialogue of the altering readership of romance and of romance’s exact relation to girls readers
- Comprises 30 essays written by means of major gurus on assorted classes and sub-genres
- Challenges the concept that the allure of romance is solely escapist
- Draws on a variety of particular and influential literary examples
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