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Looking For Love in All the Wrong Places

Attention all singles! Amazon.com has put together a list of the most romantic cities in the United States. But before you pack your bags, let’s see how they define “romantic.” Amazon.com crunched some numbers and determined which cities bought the largest number of romance novels, relationship tomes and sex books and called those cities the most romantic... But if you’re looking for more of a do-er than a reader, these may be the places you most want to avoid!

Posted: 2/13/08
VictoriaB

So says Amazon ... because they've based the list on books people buy and read. If you're looking for a more actionable list, check out Sperling's list:
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hornist

This is a pretty meaningless list.

  • By hornist
  • on 2/13/08 3:53 PM EST