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It is in my case. I agree with your opinion of romance, though books marketed as romance rarely have romance--just sex. I checked out the author's site for this book, and in the description, it does only say 'sex' rather than 'romance,' and no, they're not the same thing. Her description on the site is:"history, warfare, medicine, sex, violence, spirituality, honor, betrayal, vengeance, hope and despair, relationships, the building and destruction of families and societies, time travel, moral ambiguity, swords, herbs, horses, gambling (with cards, dice, and lives), voyages of daring, journeys of both body and soul…"There's just nothing in there that would compel me to read this series. Others may feel differently. What is the sales pitch being presented to you by your friend?
What is the sales pitch being presented to you by your friend?
Quote from: newtoorthodoxy on October 31, 2013, 01:36:11 PM What is the sales pitch being presented to you by your friend? The 'historical fiction' aspect. I've read and enjoyed some James Michener novels, but he obviously doesn't write a lot of sex scenes (at least not in any of his books I've read.) She says it takes place in the Scottish highlands and America. I'm pretty much set on skipping it altogether.
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