I had a thirst for romance
Historical fiction varies from campy romance to character studies with imaginative insights more exact than fact.
That maybe all well and good for you, Dex, but love and romance don't pay the bills.
In a survey earlier this year, romance blossomed for nearly two-thirds of employees within the British workplace.
There was no sense in destroying their idealized visions of romance .
He tells his parents it's just a summer romance , but he's having so much fun that he's thinking about blowing off his career for a year or so.
Rather than an outlaw passion lurking on the outskirts of marriage, romance became the gatekeeper of marriage.
He was paid well for La Galatea, a pastoral romance (a new popular genre); published in 1585.
This is the time for romance : a love affair seems to be blossoming.
Much more popular are genres such as crime and adventure, romance , horror, and science fiction.