So have I. Oh, and it should be “Misty, her best friend, burst into the room”.
Kristen and Misty should try to make something work? (better story anyway)
Check your Amazon account did you have to pay for this one again?
“Chapter Two: Their First Mistake”
There’s something vaguely familiar with this plot. He’s a Texan with lots of land, cattle and oil. Right!?Meanwhile, Arlo is dreaming…
No no, it’s a different story, Janis. See, they’ve changed the names!
Chubby Hubby is better!
And she’s probably see the plot forty-four times on the Hallmark Channel.
I hope he continues with this thread. I want to see how the book turns out.
At one time, millionaires were the dashing princes. Now, it has to be a billionaire. How long before one is not truly rich until one has at least a trillion?
Popcorn. Each one looks a bit different but they’re all the same. Bond books are like that too.
Chuck Tingle books have gotten weird, it seems.
Comic books/graphic novels keep coming up with new plots, Janis. Time for a change?
“He was a dark and smarmy knight…”
I keep waiting for my wife to get the one where the asexual super model takes a break from the world of high fashion to become a housekeeper for a multi-billionaire geek (overweight with acne at age 47) that still lives in his mother’s basement (mom died 2 years ago) on Cokes and chips.
Well, you know, Romance Novels are like Zane Gray westerns. They only have one plot.
I love the Hallmark channel but every year I stop watching the Christmas movies about a week after they start because not everyone has a snowy, beautiful small town Christmas. I live in Texas where it is more than likely to be 90 at Christmas and we seldom get snow. I don’t have, nor can I afford, a Balsam Hill Christmas tree with all the decorations, cook 100’s of Christmas cookies and have a nice calm family celebration…..
A prince for Christmas on loop
Porn for women.
i don’t think Greg Evans quite remember what it was like to be a hormone fueled teenager
Standard plot #127 in romance novels (so I assume, never having read one).
A guy I knew in SoCAl wrote romance novels. Apparently each series has their own script: what the guy looks like, ditto woman, what page they meet on, how they react, when they finally get together, even basic sex moves. Why does a guy get into it? Easy money and conventions with a male:female ratio of 1:100.
If you aren’t sure, keep reading. You will never guess how it will end!
I’m content to say it doesn’t sound familiar in the least.
Hah! I tell my wife that her “romance novels” are all the same. I am going to show her this. :)
Same plot and characters for every story.
RIP Judith Krantz
Misty? That’s a dog’s name. Who the heck names their kid Misty?
Yes, she’s read it before … but then it turned out Arlo wasn’t a billionaire after all.
There are only about ten plots in every type of movie, book, etc whether it’s a spy movie, a murder mystery, a romance novel, etc.
It’s called Trumps Biography
Romance novels mostly have the same plots. it’s like looking for something new and daring in the Congressional Record…
Of course she has. Having read one, she’s read them all.
SSDN. Same Story Different Names.
I dislike wordy comic strips.