There was an article in the Washington Post about romance novels; the writing thereof, and the economics of the genre. Here's the article:
Stop dissing romance novels already
It was an interesting read, but what really caught my eye (hence the title of the post) was the cover on the example book, which happens to be written by the Post's romance novel columnist, Sarah MacLean. The book is entitled The Day of the Duchess.
OK, that's hot. Looks more like Night of the Duchess to me. And because most of these covers are modeled by real people (remember Fabio?), it'd be great to know who was really on the sofa.