Aug 23 2017 7:00am

What Romance Would You Like to See for Book Club?

We hope you're having as much fun with Book Club as we are! As we binge on Lisa Kleypas's Mine Till Midnight, we want to hear from you! What book would you like to see highlighted in our Book Club? What good discussions do you think could happen around it? Have you recommended romances to a book club before? What were they? How did the discussion go? 

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1. Kareni
I'll recommend Michelle Diener's Dark Horse which is an enjoyable science fiction romance. Or Sarina Bowen's The Year We Fell Down which is an excellent new adult romance.
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2. Ibbitts
I love this book club!
So far, you have introduced me to six Authors that I have never read before. Although I have not liked all of the books, I've liked far more than I've disliked and I truly appreciate the opportunity to participate.
Since my reason for joining the club is to have access to books I might not otherwise read, I really don't have any recommendations to share, but I am very interseted in the opinions of the other members and I wanted to let you know what a fabulous job you are doing and that I am so happy to be a part of it.
Mmmmmm .... Dark Horse sounds interesting ...
3. Laura001
I agree that Dark Horse sounds interesting, just from the title alone.
4. Katka
I joined the club recently, so I am not sure what books were discussed before the Wild Card...
But I believe, that maybe one of the Cassandra Clare's Mortal Instruments books could be interesting to discuss?
Well, honestly, I haven't read any of the books. But my two teenage daughters binge-watched the Shadowhunters TV series based on these books this summer and as a result proceeded to read all the books in the primary series - and then one spin-off, and another spin-off... (always gratefull for a TV show that makes the kids read, right?)
And...apparently just like many of their peers, they got completely hung on Malec romance line - like Magnus and Alec - and clearly, in their minds, the gender does not play the role, the feelings and romance of the story does. And I like that a lot.
On the other hand, discussing some issues with my 13 years old daughter, I discovered, that since Malec is a romance between an 18 years old boy and an 800+ years old warlock, ir does not only breaks gender barries, it provides a fictional precedence of breaking the age barrier too, where - honestly - I still have some hookups... I would rather my teenage daughter would not date somebody my father's age...
So... yep, I am going to have to read the series now, so that I can discuss things with my daughters properly, but for sure, there are lots of dimensions to address there... ;o)
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