Romance novels

Romance novels

rəʊˈmæns ˈnɒvəlz
roʊˈmæns ˈnɑvəlz
Definition: A romance novel or romantic novel generally refers to a type of genre fiction novel which places its primary focus on the relationship and romantic love between two people, and usually has an "emotionally satisfying and optimistic ending." However, precursors include authors of literary fiction, such as Samuel Richardson, Jane Austen, and Charlotte Brontë.
Meaning: Những tiểu thuyết lãng mạn
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A 2013 study found that the smell of chocolate in a bookstore made customers 22% more likely to buy books of any genre and a whopping 40% more likely to buy cookbooks or romance novels.

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