Romance novels for women get frankly sexual
Plain old courtship just doesn’t seem to cut it anymore. At least not with readers of romance novels.
More women want more fiction about what’s going on between the sheets, book publishers say.
KENSINGTON PUBLISHING ANNOUNCES THE DEBUT OF APHRODISIA IN JANUARY
New Erotica Imprint Launches with Four Titles, Then Features Two Books a Month
New York, 10-27-05—Laurie Parkin, Vice President and Publisher of Kensington Publishing announced today the debut of Aphrodisia, a new imprint bringing readers two new erotic romance titles per month.
Editorial Director Audrey LaFehr oversees the imprint and is confident that the imprint features “the best writers in the genre and the best packaging out there.”