In general, I have a strong distaste for romance novels. I've never read one but I can pretty much guess that every single one is written almost exactly the same just with different character names. There is one subgenre of the romance genre that really makes me go, "who would write that?"
"The Pregnancy Plan"
"A Prince and a Pregnancy"
"Her Pregnancy Surprise"
"Bedded For Passion, Purchased For Pregnancy"
"Pleasure, Pregnancy, And A Proposition"
Are you frickin' serious? People get off on this?
I don't understand the draw to reading about some chick that gets knocked up, has some issue with the guy, has the bastard child, then lives happily ever after. Even more, I don't understand reading the same type of story over and over again. How the heck is that appealing?
You've gotta be some kind of freak that's obsessed with being pregnant yourself. And if you ARE that crazily obsessed, you need some kind of therapy.
In general, I don't believe in "happily ever after." It's a nice idea and all but I'm far too logical to believe that kind of crap exists. I know that it makes me sound terribly "Bah Humbug" but this is how I feel. Romance movies don't do anything for me either. I just sit there and think, "how cheesy is this!?" I like my feet planted in reality when it comes to romance. No use in reaching for something that doesn't exist.