Posted on March 23, 2022 at 4:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

It may have seemed to you, in recent years, that romance novels had to recount, in all sorts of detail, what happened between the sheets. (Or elsewhere.)

Author Rachel McMillan doesn't think that's the case anymore.

There's room for all levels of description, she says, and that certainly includes what she calls closed-door romance.

It takes skill to write sensual scenes, no matter how many or how few glimpses of flesh the reader receives.

And so McMillan shares her thoughts on what makes for a successful closed-door romance at Writer's Digest.

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Categories: Behind the scenes

Tagged As: Romance, Writer's Digest

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