Romance novels are such a great genre to read. They give the reader an opportunity to live many lives, visit many places and experience many types of love. In the romance novel, you can laugh outrageously, cry painful tears and experience subliminal and physical love completely, deeply . Why do you think “Gone With the Wind” has passed the test of time? It takes you to funny moments in a young girl’s life. You live the painful days of the Civil War and you experience subliminal and physical completeness in Rhett Butler’s arms. You love him as the ideal mate. You want him to get the girl. You want him to fight for the girl. People don’t remember “Gone With the Wind” because of the war or the problems in the South. What they remember is a handsome, strong, virile man, Rhett Butler, captivated by a beautiful, vivacious, young woman, Scarlett O’Hara, the skirmishes and spats of love and that incredible, mind-boggling, sexual moment when Rhett Butler picks up a furious Scarlett O’Hara and takes her up the stairs to her room. You cheer for him. You tremble with exaltation, stepping vicariously into Scarlett’s body, so that for that one moment you can experience being in Rhett Butler’s arms. You thrill to those hot and exciting moments in Rhett’s arms when he gets Scarlett O’Hara to her room. You fantasize what he will do to her, to you. Can you remember the excitement and the cheering of finally seeing Rhett Butler get the girl? There are so many unforgettable romance writers. What about Victor Hugo? There’s another great writer never to be forgotten. Everybody loves “Les Miserable” and the “Hunchback of Notre Dame.” Did you know that Victor Hugo was a romance writer of his time. His books have survived the scrutiny of time because people love to thrill to the story and romance in the romance novel. My new novel, “For a Taste of Morgan” is one of those stories you will never forget. You will never forget the two main characters, the lovely Petronella Sanders and the wealthy virile Morgan Masters. Also, my new novel, “Breaking Faith,” which takes place in Louisiana and is to be published in October/November 2013, is a story you will never forget. Ya’ll come back, now. Ya hear?