By being yourself. :]
...and make us dinner.
Propose to her.
Romance is great.
Norwegian romance and love is just like romance and love everywhere else.
Why don't you start your romance novel about pirates with a woman falling overboard while on a cruise. She can be saved by a pirate and your romance can ensue.
Romance is a two-way street. It shouldn't be all about how much a man provides for a woman (though providing for a woman is wonderful). Women should offer equal input into the relationship as well. There's nothing wrong with a woman bringing her man a surprise gift now and then!
Modern horror novels and woman's romance are descendants of the Gothic romance movement. Shakespeare was inspired by Romanticism, and inspired many others.
France, Italy, England, Spain
yes but batman doesn't want to show it fully and it's because of this romance that wonder woman became a sapphire lantern
Ice Blue by Anne Stuart
There are no real "formulas" - at least, none that successful writers use. There is a myth that romance publishers have a "formula" you have to stick to if you write books for them.Here are some things that a romance novel does need, however:Good characterization - characters must live for the readerBelievable conflict - realistic, not an obvious excuse to keep them apartRomance - not just sexEmotion - the writer must put a bit of heart into each bookThe "basic" romance plot isMan and Woman MeetMan and Woman begin to fall in loveMan and Woman find conflict which keeps them apartMan and Woman find solution to conflictMan and Woman get back together