Hey! Romance Weekly is 6 months old today. Happy birthday to us. Were celebrating all day on our facebook page and starting today we’re taking our weekly author blog hop in a new direction. It’s fun. It’s entertaining. It’s open. And you’re invited to hop along!
Thanks to Sarah Hegger, darling author of wonderful medieval The Bride Gift for the introduction.
This week’s theme is from Jo Richardson, author of Cursed be the Wicked.
My Top 10 Romances of All Time
1. Jane Eyre – Charlotte Bronte
Because she refuses to be less than she is and he loves her for it.
2. Natural Born Charmer – Susan Elizabeth Phillips
Because she’s prickly and desperate and he falls for her purple lollipop eyes.
3. Faking It – Jennifer Crusie
Because he’s a con artist and she’s an art forger. (Need I say more?)
4. The Princess Bride – Samuel Goldman
Because he proves himself worthy over and over again.
5. The Firebrand – Susan Wiggs
Because the hero sees the heroine’s inner beauty and falls in love with it.
6. When Harry Met Sally – with Billy Crystal & Meg Ryan
Because husbands and wives should be best friends.
7. The Gift of the Magi – O. Henry
Because they gave what they valued most to make the other happy.
8. Catch of the Day – Kristan Higgins
Because she’s clueless Malone is in to her & he refuses to let her clean for him.
9. Brigadoon – with Gene Kelly & Cyd Charisse
Because time stops when they’re together & I love the way they dance.
10. Small Town Girl – LaVyrle Spencer
Because she is a story master and this old one-that-got-away tugs at my heart.
It’s tough to narrow down. What’s one (or two) of your top romance movies or books? Please let me know (below).
Then I’m hopping over to Katherine Givens, author of In Her Dreams to see her picks. Come with! She’s at