Everything I Know about Love I Learned from Romance Novels

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Sourcebooks, Inc., 2011 - Family & Relationships - 222 pages
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Take a dashing hero with a heart of gold and a mullet of awesome. Add a heroine with a bustle and the will to kick major butt. Then include enough contrivances to keep them fighting while getting them alone and possibly without key pieces of clothing, and what do you have? A romance novel. What else? Enough lessons about life, love, and everything in between to help you with your own happily-ever-after.

Lessons like...

•Romance means believing you are worthy of a happy ending

•Learning to tell the prince from the frog

•Real-life romance is still alive and kicking

•No matter how bad it is, at least you haven't been kidnapped by a Scottish duke (probably)

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User Review  - Kellswitch - LibraryThing

A lighthearted and fun look at the life lessons that can be learned by reading romances. I liked that it took a tongue in cheek but very respectful look at romances, their strengths and weaknesses and ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
We Know Who We Are and We Know Our Worth
27
We Know More Than a Few Good Men
55
We Know What Not to Want
89
We Know How to Spot RealLife Heroes and Heroines
99
We Know Good Sex
113
We Know How to Solve Problems
145
We Know how to Ask for What We Want
169
We Know That HappilyEverAfter Takes Work
181
The Happy Ending StartsNow
211
Sources
217
Shopping List
219
About the Author
221
Back Cover
233
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About the author (2011)

Sarah Wendell's day job involves a cloak, and possibly a dagger, but by night she's the cofounder of the influential romance blog SmartBitchesTrashyBooks.com. She lives in Montclair, New Jersey, with her husband and two children.

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