Uncategorized Oops. I read Christian Romance Novels again | Rant Video By Denise Moore Posted on July 21, 2021 Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments 2021 EDIT: Hello lovely people coming to this video thanks to my most recent Christian Romance Novel modeling video. I have changed the title to better reflect … source Related Items:romance books Share Tweet Share Share Email Recommended for you romance books I Read 5 Lesbian Romance Books for Perpetually Single How to look for Historical Romance Books? |Booktube Philippines|Filipino Booktuber 40 Comments 40 Comments Tim Wilson July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm Still looking for a Debt Free Virgin without Tattoos………………help s_aprilla July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm Oh my! I know exactly how you feel! But worst because i read so many romance stories, book etc but things gone wrong 😭 Bettina Lykke July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm gurl, stop spoiling those books! Richard The Magician July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm This video had me rolling! I've never heard such am honest description of romance novels. Funny enough, I am the one who enjoys books like this and wife thinks their ridiculous. Which they are. Bit I love it! official_stl July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm ..what type of Christian fiction books did you read…… no offense… Gammareign July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm I hadn't thought about reading christian romance novels owing to the fact that I don't like romance novels and I'm an atheist. Sabrina Brown July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm Why are is Christians books are like this tho? :V Max Schmader July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm Or, hey evangelical assholes: stop fetishizing the Amish RissaFaith94 July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm Oh look, someone just summed up the majority of my reasons for having zero interest in these books. xD To be fair, I think there exist a few exceptions where the author did a good job of building the story without making things too awkward, but they are… DEEPLY in the minority. (And usually — in my limited experience — those books aren't purely romance and have something else driving the plot besides attraction and relationship conflict, which was the only kind of "romantic" novel I was ever willing to read.) Source: My mom was obsessed with these things and they were constantly lying around the house. Also, I get BookBub emails and for whatever reason, the algorithm STILL thinks it can get me into the genre after all these years of me making faces at the blurbs and scrolling on. Nataliya Chepurnova July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm Facts Gill July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm I like western romance books & I have become quite good at avoiding the Christian ones. Usually they have a ridiculous title like 'the mail order bride & her one armed Indian' !!!. The cover also nearly always has a woman with a bonnet & a baby which dominates the cover looking out of place. I only ever bought one & it was so unbelievable it was embarrassing. The 'heroine' was captured by Sioux warriors from a wagon train (nobody was killed)!!. She then went on to change the religion of the whole tribe & married the chief with a Christian ceremony!!. I felt I had lost brain cells for reading it & felt ashamed of myself lol. The most worrying part was the number of positive ratings on Amazon!. Traveling Mechanic July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm I remember my first kiss. Not because it was good; it was weird. Benjamin Kreis July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm You are touching on what I see to be the biggest issue with Romance Novels, Christian and Pagan – they are a form of pornography. Kaitlin Rose July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm Not only should people probably not read these books because of the poor expectations they give… but also… these books are very not…Christian. They're emotional porn. Ema Kunda July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm Wow, everything you are saying is what I always tell younger girls. I also was a christian romance novel addict at 12-14 and regret wasting my time because of the way that it was changing the way that I think about relationships. I think that they did really influence my thinking growing up and now I need to relearn these things in reality and truth. I however had access to the library (several libraries actually with hundreds of books) and they would often go much further than kissing. At one point I was so low in my life I literally burned every single romance book I owned. Literally threw them in the fire so my younger sisters would not go through what I did. So there is not one in our house anymore lol. Meghan O'Donovan July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm Amish romance novels >>>>> ✋😩 More Than Mommy July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm I think we read different christian romances 😳 KPM July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm The background sound sounds like simplynailogicals intro lol Rachel Carling July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm Can I just say that is just that genre of Christian romance novels…. I grew up with Christy Miller and also love the books set in present time like master piece by Francine rivers as they aren’t quite so weird. Rachel Fagan July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm I remember that video and I remember the number of novels you had. 🤣🤣🤣 Rachel Fagan July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm Oh wow that's true- historical attracted to wrists collar bone lol Rachel Fagan July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm Omg Rachel Fagan July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm Oh no. Hair down. I caught that from Disney and like the singing outside thing. I thought my prince would hear me just like Snow White and with me away Rachel Fagan July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm My First kiss was amazing! But I freaked out a few days later because I had told him I wanted to wait 6 months into the relationship before we kissed but he asked me one month in lol. I was afraid it was wrong for him to ask me but really he had just forgotten and when we talked about it I realized kissing to him had a lot of meaning behind it and wasn't just some casual thing. We had just washed each other's feet and prayed for each other. Then we hugged really tight and I felt him pull back and I knew he wanted to catch my eye and kiss me so I pretended to adjust into his hug, pressing my head into his shoulder more and then he said "would you be okay if we kissed?" I was so scared because I had never kissed a man I was in love with before. I was also afraid that it was too early in the relationship. I thought about Audrey Hepburn and I kissed him the way she did- mouth decidedly closed but a perfect press to his. Then he started packing as he was about to head home to his home state and he invited me to sit down and I was just sitting there mind blown and shaky. Rachel Fagan July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm LOL I think my fiance and I have been experts at kissing from the beginning. Just go really slowly and patiently and it has to come out of love Rachel Fagan July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm So true! Men and women think differently. Everyone says that but damn when my fiance and I had conflicts and we would talk about it a lot of the times the way that I was feeling didn't even occur to him but once I said it it made sense to him and he could see my perspective Rachel Fagan July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm 😯😯😯😯🤣🤣 Beth J July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm That's why I love Christian Mystery. Teresa Carle July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm All genres have a basic formula. It works the same for 📚literature as well as movies🎞️. A clever author or writer can tell a fully engaging story within that framework. Or, they can flip it around a bit and come at it in a slightly different manner. The key is to make it feel fresh and new within that construct. Jane Austen was once a shockingly contemporary author in the early 1813s. It was so scandalous for a gentle woman writer in those times that she first had to publicize her work under "anonymous." Now, her work is categorized as classic literature and historical romance. Her stories were quite richly steeped in the customs & traditions of the Regency Era and the marriage mart. Talented screenwriters have reimagined both "Pride & Prejudice" and "Emma" in more contemporary times. "Bridget Jone's Diary" (2001) and "Bride and Prejudice" (2004) were on the silver screen📽️. While "Unleashing Mr. Darcy" (2016), "Christmas at Pemberly Manor" (2018), and gender reversal in "Pride, Prejudice, and Mistletoe" (2018) were showcased on the small screen📺 under Hallmark. Amy Hackerling's "Clueless" (1995) remains a cult classic. Lifetime romance reader here. Personally, I enjoy both historic and contemporary work. Not necessarily Christian focused, but I do enjoy some that have a true spiritual component in the story. (Amish stories are a popular historic and modern subgenre.) Nowadays, simply prefer genres where the characters remain chaste until marriage. Fine if the fans of passion are flamed, but prefer the ultimate acts of sexuality are left to your imagination (and ideally happen between married folks). What was shocking or appealing about the sexes has certainly changed somewhat throughout history. Let's be honest a man with fine muscles has always been admired while a curvy figure on a lady has equally been appreciated. Fashions have changed, and taboos played a big part in it. RE over sexualization of various body parts can be odd, but ankles used to be pretty shocking sight. Celibacy, discipline, and modesty can also make unexpected parts of the human body an erongenous zone. The reality is when you don't indulge in the "main event" or even those acts leading up to it, a simple glimpse of manly arms and hands doing ordinary physical labor like carpentry or splitting wood can be very erotic (even when it doesn't illicit images of hot🔥sex). As a single person when you dial back your sexuality, there are beautiful simple gestures that begin to carry more weight and value. When you're not so free with your favors, so to speak, some ordinary courtship gestures like holding hands or kissing become more heightened and special. At least that's the way it has been in my own experience.💚 Bridget from Cali ☘️(using my pal's YT acct) McKenna's Journal July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm Hey!! I'm currently writing one of these! Hehe Tiffany Harris July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm This is hilarious. Everything you said is true. 😂 Important to note that every genre has a formula for how their stories are plotted and arced. Romance across the board (Christian or not) will all have this formula. Some authors are better than others, so the writing will be more engaging and the characters more complex depending on the author but the basic formula is the same. The same goes for other genres like mystery, horror, etc. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had to put down a book because the language/voice of the author and the description of the action was soooo cheesy and ridiculous that I couldn’t suffer another paragraph. 🤦🏼♀️🥴 They are just bad books out there. 😂 Chantal Bellmont July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm Kissing felt so weird and bad, until I tried kissing women and then it lived up to everything that I thought kissing should feel like. Look up compulsory heteronormativity, and the "am I a lesbian" googledoc Kathryn Olsen July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm I read clean romances and the guys are constantly getting dry mouths at the sight of a neck. In modern settings. It’s so creepy. Dry mouth is hardcore porn for this genre. And it’s the first sign that they will then have an epilogue where, if she’s not pregnant with twins, he’s looking forward to knocking her up. BROOKE VAN GELDEREN July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm Katie: "When women describe the perfect man they describe a woman" Me, a lesbian who stumbled on this because of my love of history: hmmm I wonder why 🙂 Chris Gonzalez July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm So I’m a dude watching this andI hope to remember these points when I write a romance novel. Lindy Casey July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm Lol So many true statements in this! Try reading anything by Sarah Christian in her Sweet Town series. "Clean", masculine men, guns…. Melania MoneyPenny July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm your hair is awesome though and i want to run my fingers through it… Sean Smithee July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm so…lesbian christian romance is market potentially? Hadley A. July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm While I do think that reluctance to discuss the protagonists’ chests definitely plays a part in which body parts they choose to sexualize, I think they’re also trying to take contemporary tastes into account. Until pretty recently, women’s chests weren’t really thought of as sexy. The focus was more on the legs, which is why if you look at historical fashion, women tended to be comfortable with very low-cut dresses, sometimes even below the nipple. Aliza Celem Centauri July 21, 2021 at 10:50 pm 1:03 holy shit. I don't think I have read half as many books of any genre in my entire life Leave a ReplyYour email address will not be published. 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