The romance novel has always been with us, an exquisite intrusion into someone else’s love story. Novels which come to mind are Jane Eyre, Sense and Sensibility, Gone with the Wind and many more unforgettable stories. The incredible thing is that the romance novel tells wonderful stories. What is magnificent is that they all end happily ever after. There are no sad stories in a romance novel, only happy endings. The romance novel gives the reader an opportunity to vicariously enjoy an unforgettable experience in someone else’s life For example, in my novel “For a Taste of Morgan,” a fan wrote to me and said that the picture on the cover of the novel did not look like Morgan Masters, the hero in the story. She said that he looked more like Clark Gable. In other words, she became so involved in the story that she actually put a face on the character. Another fan wrote that she loved the two main characters. She asked me if I would write a sequel to this novel. I don’t like to write sequels, but in this case, I was tantalized by her enthusiasm and will be writing a sequel. One fan said it was like watching a movie. A director of short documentaries said that he really liked the story, particularly the girl, her ‘saucy’ character. He too became involved with the strong and wonderful characters. In this case, fans read the story and become emotionally bonded with the characters.