Humour in romance novel--can you recommend any?
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MaryJanice Davidson's Queen Betsy vampire series is very funny, as well. And you might have a look at Julie Kenner's Aphrodite series. That's a superhero trilogy. Kind of cartoony.
I like Jennifer Crusie, as well, for light comedy. Not all her books are laugh out loud, but they're light and chuckle-worthy. My favorite is Bet Me. This reminds me of a lot of those screwball comedies where the couple is always at odds due to a miscommunication. 1st and 2nd runners up are Welcome to Temptation and Faking It - they feature a pair of sisters and a brother who were raised by a con man. Secondary characters are (in Temptation) a loony small town and (in Faking It) an off-beat family who owns an art gallery.
Sammy's Hill by Kristin Gore, Running In Heels by Anna Maxted, and Coffee And Kung Fu by Karen Brichoux were rereads, because I just loved them so much. They made me laugh alot. Well, Brichoux has a bit drier sort of humor, but I like it.
The Queen Betsy series by Davidson is also laugh out loud funny. If you like paranormal romance (especially with unusual vampires), you'll surely enjoy them.
I'm glad I found this thread now, it reminds me we are already 5 month into the year and I haven't read any fluffy romantic comedies yet. It's time to pick one off the shelves and put the usual big goofy smile on my face again.:)
I'd also suggest reading the Bigtime Series by Jennifer Estep. Karma Girl is the first in that series (3 in the series so far). It has a funky, semi-cheesy superhero vibe to it.