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Sample Post from the Romance Genre this Month:

Post Author at Pan HistoriaLexie Bones posts in Romance Anthology

The house that the Castairs family moved into, was located at the number seven of St. Paul’s street. The rectangular residence resembled too much a Jesuit house with only two floors and many little windows from one side to another of the facade. The roof was made of black tiles, and the only thing missing in its monastic appearance was a bell and a cross at the top of it. A few years ago a cardinal from Rome, appealed by its look, had been tempted to purchase the house to the Castairs. However his eminence found the gardens too small for his taste, and the vision of a fountain representing a naked Venus at the deep corner of the garden had made him abandon all his plans for the house. And so, the house remained empty, only being used as a storage place for the old furniture and silverware that had been brought from another home sold by the Castairs. It has been the family’s second sale in a week and when the people asked to Mr. Saunders, the Castairs' administrator, if the family was passing by financial difficulties, the man would grin and declare:

“They have enough money for their daily piece of bread. And some butter to put on it as well.”

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