Contemporary romance  

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Contemporary romance is a subgenre of romance novels, generally with the setting after World War II.

Subgenres

Contemporary romance novels may, in turn, be categorized into several subgenres, sometimes mixing with other main subgenres of romance novels.

Subgenres include:

  • General contemporary romance
  • Contemporary Romantic Suspense
  • Baby Love
  • Medical romance
  • Cowboy contemporary romance
  • Glamour & Jet Set
  • Humorous contemporary romance
  • International Lovers
  • Love in the Workplace
  • Vacation Love
  • Lesbian romance
  • Amnesia, that is memory loss, often including some former relationship

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