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I Wanted a Fairy Tale Romance, What I Got Was So Much Better
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Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. If one of us is acting strangely, we get called out for it. If something is bothering one of us, the other one knows it. I still have a hard time opening up, but the truth comes out eventually. I know that I can tell my husband anything. We hold hands. We kiss and cuddle.
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Get over it. We appreciate. We do it. Sure, it took a while to get back into the swing of things, but we make sure to keep the fires burning.
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We do other stuff, too—concerts, the symphony, winery trips, brunch with friends, whatever. So, while some people think my husband and I have this wonderful love story, we know that it takes a whole lot more than just fate for a relationship to work out. It takes damn hard work to live happily ever after. Romance novels in particular share a lot of common literary DNA with fairy tales. Not only do many fairy tales feature star-crossed lovers who find their road to happily-ever-after filled with many an unexpected pothole, but that very same classic fairy tale happily-ever-after ending—known as HEA in romance circles—is a staple requirement of any romance novel worth its salt.
The fifteen romance novels listed below, all of which have drawn inspiration from the plots of fairy tales and myths, are tailor-made for any reader who needs a few more happy endings in their life. Cinder , by Marissa Meyer Cinderella While the residents of Earth struggle with a plague sweeping the globe, in New Beijing cyborg Cinder finds her fate—as well as that of the planet itself—entangled with that of Prince Kai.
A Kiss to Remember , by Teresa Medeiros Sleeping Beauty Unless Laura Fairleigh is married by her 21st birthday, she and her siblings will be forced to move out of Arden Manor, so when Laura stumbles across a man sleeping in the forest and awakens him with a kiss, it seems like she may have found the husband she desperately needs. The Legendary Lord , by Valerie Bowman Pygmalion In exchange for keeping mum about her un-chaperoned visit to his Scottish hunting lodge, Sarah Highgate agrees to help turn Christian Bancroft, Viscount Berkeley, into the most sought after bachelor in the ton.
Lord of Scoundrels , by Loretta Chase Beauty and the Beast While trying to save her brother from falling under the influence of the Sebastian Ballister, Jessica Trent unexpectedly finds herself caught in a compromising position with the notoriously beastly rake. My Fair Duchess, by Megan Frampton Pygmalion As the newly minted Duchess of Blakesley, Genevieve desperately needs someone to teach her the ropes when it comes to being a member of nobility—but is that person really by-the-book, retired Army Captain Archibald Salisbury?
An Offer from a Gentleman, by Julia Quinn Cinderella Benedict Bridgerton spent three years searching for the mysterious miss with whom he shared a dance at a masquerade ball, but can housemaid Sophie Beckett really be the woman he seeks? Edward de Raaf, the Earl of Swartingham, desperately needs a secretary.