Romantics can escape into dozens of swoon-worthy reads, couples looking to spice things up have lots of advice to choose from, love-struck teens have plenty of YA options, and parents can share sweet children’s books with their little ones.





Tell Me:  Are you a born romantic or a Valentine’s Day skeptic?


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by AnyBeth on ‎02-07-2013 08:55 AM

Born Romantic!  I love Once upon a time and Happily Ever After!

by MapleleafDW on ‎02-07-2013 12:03 PM

My favorite genre...nice to see characters live happily ever after...*sigh*

by xstitcher on ‎02-07-2013 06:36 PM

The Nora Roberts trilogy about Bonoborros (sp) Inn is great fir romanttic get aways.

by Nettlesmusic on ‎02-08-2013 12:04 AM

Met Hubby during a production of Romeo and Juliet.  Married on Valentines Day.

Love romance!

by butterflly13 on ‎02-08-2013 08:20 AM

This is a holiday that pays to much attention to one moment or day, love and romance is a thousand little moments. Even something as simple as doing the dishes or organizing the tackle box can be romantic. I can remember the sting of disappointment because in 3 grade was not "popular" enough to get a valentine from everyone in the class and getting laughed at because I sent one to the girl with downs.


A good romance novel conveys an emotion of a thousand little moments to make a big picture and the respect we show each other.  So enjoy the little things and make everyday have a little bit of Valentines day. 

by rumisshuggs on ‎02-15-2013 09:38 AM

I'm not much for romance novels b/c you can always predict the end of most of them but there are some that just take you by surprise.  I have to say that the people that scour for the free books are awesome b/c they post books that have surprise endings.  Keep up the good work guys.