Fifty-one million Americans read romantic novels on a regular basis
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 26, 2012
In 2003 Time Magazine stated that over fifty-one million Americans read romantic novels on a regular basis. In America over one half of all paperback books sold are in the romantic genre. So, if you think that romantic novels are a thing of the past, think again.
Studies have shown that sense 2003 the number of romantic novels sold has only increased and when top selling erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey by author E.L James became the number one book in America in 2011, romance novels and romance e-books became the top selling genre in the world.
Hundreds of accomplished authors have sense been recognized for their work in this record breaking genre. Author Julia Li has recently published her passion filled romantic novel, Chasing Passion, has quickly made her name in the romantic novel industry. Her new book has been flying off the shelves across the country and has become a kindle book favorite on Amazon.
In Li’s short but tantalizing new romantic novel, you follow the footsteps of protagonist Jennifer Chase as she lets love and desire take the reins. Chase enjoys her drama free life and has no intention of changing it any time soon.
Li walks you through a series of erotic events that result from a long anticipated gutsy encounter with co-worker, Brian Mitchell. Jennifer Chase’s life is turned up-side-down after meeting Mitchell and her mind refuses to forget about her incredible one night stand.
The world of romance is finally glowing in the spotlight of popular literature. Fantastic authors like Julia Li are beginning to receive the recognition for their passion filled romantic novels. Although it has been one of the most popular genera’s of all time, romantic novels are for the first time in history, making their mark in American literature.
Chasing passion, the story of Jennifer and Brian’s undeniable romance is now available as an e-book through Amazon.