Bookworms dating romances soul mate
So why not give yourself license to explore that interest further?
Chances are, even if you profess yourself completely disinterested in all things romantic, you’re already a fan of the essential elements of a romance novel.
Sure, he’s an online boyfriend who lives halfway across the world – but he’s the best guy who’s ever come into your life. According to a 2013 study by the market research firm IBISWorld, nearly 35% of married couples met online.
However, with that increased trust in the online social experience to find a future partner comes an increased risk that you’ll come across a shady character who is not exactly what he makes himself out to be.
What’s not to love about living vicariously through someone who’s feeling those initial sparks fly as they flirt with an attractive stranger? Reading romance is like watching a romantic movie, except you get to picture what the hero and heroine look like in your mind.
Your face, your voice, the heart that I crave, completing our circle of hearts and minds as we explore the world together.
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After all, if the actors playing the leads aren’t your cup of tea (and I’ll be the first to admit, my cup of tea is weird looking), chances are their romance, no matter how torrid, will leave you feeling less than satisfied.
So why not dive into a book, where you can tweak the character descriptions to yourself as you go along? Well, maybe he’s also a Benedict Cumberbatch lookalike with a fauxhawk.