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True love lasts forever — but here's what's trending in romance novels this Valentine's Day

Romance novels are  more popular than ever. (Getty Images)
Romance novels are more popular than ever. (Getty Images)

We’re living in a romance renaissance — the genre is more popular than ever.

This Valentine’s Day we wanted to hear from one of the people behind the publishing of romance novels to find out what’s behind these trends and what readers want more of.

Cindy Hwang is vice president and editorial director at Berkley, an imprint of Penguin Random House known for its women’s fiction and romance.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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