“Oh Lance, your so strong and brave.”
I’m sure it’s steamier than that, but I’m not sure I’m ready for this. Apparently more and more women are though: over the past year, man-on-man romance novels have become the new thing in publishing, with even old-fashion publishing houses like Harlequin embracing the genre.
“One of the reasons why more women are ravenous for these books is that they want to read something about gay men that doesn’t involve them suffering from [HIV/AIDS], committing suicide or getting bullied. I know I was,” said author Heidi Cullinan in an interview with the Globe and Mail.
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Still, the genre is considered to edgy for Walmart, where the books have yet to be retailed.