My friend CD Reiss said something funny the other day on Facebook. “Correlation isn’t causation,” she said, and its certainly true in most things. “But when I read Filthy Vows by Alessandra Torre, my husband sure got laid.”
Once I recovered from the truth-laughter that inspired, it got me thinking—in what other ways does reading romance benefit my husband? I’ve certainly learned a few tricks from the books I’ve picked up, and I’ve definitely learned some good lessons.
As my good friend Melanie Harlow always says, so much of the conflict in romance could just be solved with a simple conversation. Of course, then the book would be over and there would be nothing to read. Most good romance novels thrive