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My husband and I are at home today and I was reading him some of today's current titles and he didn't believe me at first. So after I read a few and he realized these were some real titles. He said they needed to be tweeked for today's economy. So here is his random title generator:
The Security Guard's Secret Asian Honey
or The Trash Collectors Blow-up Lover...lmao. He says his first line would read, Quick does someone have a patch!! He says it would a medical drama. He is too funny.
What is yours?
A Home for Gordon Gekko - The story of a homeless man who used to work on Wall Street. (You gotta be old like me to remember the movie.)
Daddy and the Food Bank Worker - His wife left him with 8 children (reality TV rears its ugly head). He was laid off from his job at the auto plant. And then he sees her... stuffing boxes of mac 'n' cheese into reusable cloth shopping bags. Suddenly, nothing is wrong in his world.
Hey, the storyline has to be as timely as the title, right?
Ok, ok.....now I can't stop..... how about these?
The Sheikh's Recycled Bride
Ruthlessly Bedded by the Discount Grocer
Captive in His Clunker
The Waiter's Blackmailed Bargain
At the Coupon King's Bidding
One Night with the Bailed Out Banker
The Mechanic's Thrift Store Love Child
The Plumber's Secret Love Child
The Convenience Store Cashier's Captive Wife
Bedded for Carfare
In Bed with Her Credit Counselor
The Pizza Delivery Man's Runaway Bride
Claimed by the Rogue House Painter
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"One Night with the Bailed Out Banker" LMAO! This one is my favorite, Diane.
The Fuel-Efficient Lover
Hannah and the Handiest Man
Ursula and the Unemployed Upholsterer
Camping with Cameron
Recycled Romance for Rita (BTW, got a UBS near me called "Recycled Romance." Guess what they sell???)
Famished for the Fieldworker
Tempted at the Tea Party
In Love with a Layabout
Too Much Time on Her Hands
The Indispensible Secretary
The 99-cent Seduction
Enchanted by the Economist (is this even possible?)
Holding Hands over Hamburger Helper
"I think it's so cool that you can tell which lines are read by which person." Willa, what are you talking about?
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Are you sure it's possible (even in jest) to have a Harlequin title without the word "Virgin" in it? And don't forget "Billionaire". I"m not sure that one is required. Maybe only strongly recommend. ; > )
LOL, Willa... By lines you mean the publisher's product lines. Of course! Me, forever overengineering the project, thought there might be some browser feature hidden to me since I'm still using IE6. I'm thinking lines of text.... duh.
The resident geek