My number one rule for the trip was no romance.
For Woody, romance is fluid, complicated and alive.
“The romance is in thinking that it makes any difference if they did.”
Many people of the island of Sardinia speak the Romance language Sardinian.
And that's before you even consider the appalling reality for same-sex romance.
That said, romance novels may need a bit of updating to cope with the post-pandemic era.
“Red pills in India evoke romance or happiness, but in Korea they mean romance or fear.”
Anonymous ballads probably dating from the 14th and 15th centuries also reflect a new interest in the romance genre.
The anonymous late 14th-century Curial e Güelfa draws on Desclot and is the only other Catalan romance in this vein.
Although Sparks’s fiction usually involved love stories, he rejected the suggestion that he was a “romance novelist.”
Part-science fiction and part romance, "This Is How You Lose the Time War" is an award-winning novella about time-traveling rivals.
Walpole’s intention was to “blend” the fantastic plot of “ancient romance” with the realistic characterization of “modern” (or novel) romance.
Considering how many TV shows, movies and novels feature romance as an integral part of their story, it’s strange how romantic games are still relatively uncommon.
In 1929, putting to profit a visit to Paris, he filmed Romance sentimentale (1930; Sentimental Romance), an essay in counterpoint of images and music.
In fact, they are intensely romantic, although the romance is articulated as skeptically as possible—as an absence of romance, a yearning for romance.
Ms. de Havilland and Flynn were such a popular onscreen couple that rumors flew of an on-set romance, fueled in part by Flynn’s reputation for bedding his co-stars and reports that he was infatuated with her.
The French grammarians of the 18th century had lasting effect on all the Romance standards, concerned as they were with maintaining “purity,” eliminating “vulgarity,” and strictly codifying usage, often more in accord with logical than linguistic considerations.
Courtney Milan, a bestselling romance novelist and former chair of the Romance Writers of America (RWA)’s ethics committee (which sounds like fun) called “Somewhere Lies the Moon”, a historical novel by Kathryn Lynn Davis, “a fucking racist mess”.
A high school-set update of William Shakespeare’s ‘The Taming of the Shrew’, this lovely teen romance is not only considerably better than its ropey source material, but also contains as brilliant a moment of anti-romance as you’re likely to find anywhere.
Yet Drabble’s most elaborated visions arise from spontaneous experiences in the English countryside, or, in the case of the reclusive actress of “The Dower House at Kellynch: A Somerset Romance,” from an infatuation with a ruin of a country house that brings with it, as in the most sentimental romance fiction, the handsome heir Burgo Bridgewater Elliot.
- make amorous advances towards
- a relationship between two lovers
- have a love affair with
- an exciting and mysterious quality (as of a heroic time or adventure)
- talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions
- a story dealing with love
- a novel dealing with idealized events remote from everyday life
- tell romantic or exaggerated lies
Example: This author romanced his trip to an exotic country
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Yet Drabbles most elaborated visions arise from spontaneous experiences in the English countryside or in the case of the reclusive actress of The Dower House at Kellynch A Somerset Romance from an infatuation with a ruin of a country house that brings with it as in the most sentimental romance fiction the handsome heir Burgo Bridgewater Elliot