Romancing Tulsa

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Couple in heartRomance fiction is the top selling fiction format in the U.S. WIth this in mind,  this blog is created for all of the romance readers out there looking for a forum to find reading suggestions, as well as a chance to interact with other romance readers. This romance blog features suggested titles and authors from a variety of subjects and subgenres within the romance fiction genre. We welcome comments and suggestions!

Downton Abbey Read Alikes

Do you have the Downton Abbey fever? Grab a cup of tea and enjoy these suggested titles.

 Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh

The Buccaneers by Edith Wharton

Habits of the House by Fay Weldon

Get In The Irish Mood

Do you have a favorite Irish romance? Here are a few suggested titles (many of these are available in a variety of formats):

A Week in Winter by Maeve Binchy

Love Letters by Katie Fforde

Irish Rogue by Annie Jones

Football and Romance

Are you ready for the Super Bowl? Check out these romance fiction titles that feature football players and enjoy the big game.

Hill Country Hero by Ann DeFee

Not another Bad Day by Rachel Gibson

Surrender My Heart by Kayla Perrin

Historical Romance Fiction

Historical romance fiction covers time periods before World War II. Subgenres within historical romance fiction includes: viking, medieval, regency, Victorian, pirate, the Civil War, and western.  Here are a few suggestions to try:

Son of a Gun by Joanna Wayne

A Night like This by Julia Quinn

Holiday Romance

Looking for some fun holiday romance fiction to read? Here are a few suggestions (we would love to hear what your suggestions are as well):

Kissing Under the Mistletoe by Marina Adair

The Christmas Inn by Stella MacLean

Mistletoe Wishes by Carole Mortimer, Jane Porter, Catherine George

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