I’m Buying My Wife A Dozen Harlequin Romances

Author HelenKay Dimon pointed me to this article that claims romance readers have a lot more sex.

Experts agree that readers of romance novels find it easier to “get in the mood” and on average, even have sex with their partners more often. Psychology Today
states that women who read romance novels make love with their partners
74% more often than women who don’t. Why? Because, according to a
scientific study conducted by Harold Leitenberg of the The Journal of Sex Research and Psychological Bulletin,
when women fantasize frequently (as they do when they read romance
novels), they have sex more often, have more fun in bed, and engage in
a wider variety of erotic activities.

I’m told DIAGNOSIS MURDER books have the same effect on women.

2 thoughts on “I’m Buying My Wife A Dozen Harlequin Romances”

  1. My novels have the opposite effect. Women find them soporific, or else my novels give them a headache.


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