Laurie Kahn

Director

Director of “Love Between The Covers”

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Romance novels don’t show up that often on the bestseller lists, and they don’t win big book awards. But tales of love and lust are hugely popular.

‘Love Between The Covers’: A Loving Look at Romance Novels

Romance novels don’t show up that often on the bestseller lists, and they don’t win big book awards. But tales of love and lust are hugely popular.

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