Why A Crime Novel Cop Should Never Live With A Chick-Lit Heroine

More brilliance from Tara Sparling – mixing genre stereotypes CAN be fun! 😀

Tara Sparling writes

Now this is something I’ve wanted to do for a while…

A new take on the “Why You Should Never Live With…” series.

We know by now why we shouldn’t live with an Unreliable Narrator, Chick-Lit HeroineCop From A Crime NovelCharacter From A Young Adult NovelLiterary Fiction HeroRomantic HeroHistorical Fiction HeroHusband From A Women’s Fiction Novel or Woman From A Historical Period TV Drama. 

But what if some of them ended up living together? What happens to fictional stereotypes, dear readers, when genres collide?

Why A Crime Novel Cop Should Never Live With A Chick-Lit Heroine The horror! The horror!

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It’s 5am. Crime Novel Cop is moodily sipping his 26th cup of coffee of the day. He is surrounded by photographs of bodies which are very, very dead; he is shrouded by the weight of human depravity. He grimaces. Whether this because of the coffee, the photographs, or the humanity, is a mystery only you can solve.

A rattling sounds at his…

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