Our Top Three Romance Picks

March 17, 2011 at 10:00 am Leave a comment

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Perhaps you remember our Valentine surprise? Frisco was named Amazon’s 20th most romantic city in the US!

Which naturally got us to thinking about our most favorite romantic reads. And because we’re all very organized over here (and we love making lists), we decided to narrow our favorites down to THREE AWESOME ROMANCE READS!

So here they are in no particular order.

1. Libertine’s Kiss by Judith James

Rebecca Belknap, our new Adult Services Manager (everyone say hi!), has found new love in Libertine’s Kiss by Judith James. Rebecca says Libertine’s Kiss is an enticing and provocative interpretation of the life of a famous hedonist, William de Veres, and the love of his life.  “It’s best read with wine, chocolate, and a date to look forward to.”


2. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

From Rachel Dalton, one of our fabulous Adult Services Librarians says Pride and Prejudice hands down. “Pride and Prejudice is my all time favorite romance. This book sat on my shelf for years until I decided to take the plunge. I was surprised to find a book with such a witty and timeless message of love and acceptance.”

3.  The Wreath by Sigrid Undset

Judy Pederson, Librarian extrordinaire, claims The Wreath by Sigrid Undset as her favorite. “In matters of romance, I agree with Kristen,” Judy says. “Follow your heart and deal with the consequences later.”


Entry filed under: Adult Romance, Adult Services, Books.

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