Christian, or Inspirational Romance as it's generally known, is one of the fastest-growing subgenres of romance today. And I'm really quite fond of em.
Yes, yes, I've told you my favorite romances are hot and lusty, and generally revolve around a big ol alpha male and some medieval armament.
But I'm here to tell you that Christian romance today is more than just a bad boy, a good girl, and a heaven-sent Altar Call. Writers like Tamera Alexander and Deeanne Gist explore human sexuality and practical morality in ways that don't preach or proselytize. Rather, they celebrate the joy of the many facets of love between men and women, husband and wife.
Why or why isn't Christian romance relevant within the romance genre?
Do you read it? Write it? Why?
Update!!! Tamera's just reported that "Rekindled" has sold out of it's 2nd printing and is going into a third. (Hope I'm not telling tales out o school, Tamera.). Way to go! Look for my feature of "Rekindled" soon on Romance: B(u)y the Book.
Encore! Thank you Emma Holly for sharing with us everything Jack in yesterday's guestblog. We hope "All U Can Eat" is the hit it deserves to be.