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wendybird Feb 25, 2016
This historical romance is Daisy Goodwin''s first novel, and while a strong and enjoyable effort, if you're on a time budget, skip straight to her 2nd, "The fortune hunter", which is absolutely delectable.
Still, Godwin does a good job rendering that late 19th century practice of Bri... Read More »
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Certain movies are entirely driven by the meet-cute situation, and contrived circumstances throw the couple together for much of the screenplay. However, movies in which the contrived situation is the main feature, such as Some Like It Hot, rather than the romance being the main feature, are not considered "meet-cutes".
The use of the meet-cute is less marked in television series and novels, because these formats have more time to establish and develop romantic relationships. In situation comedies, relationships are static and meet-cute is not necessary, though flashbacks may recall one (The Dick Van Dyke Show, Mad About You) and lighter fare may require contrived romantic meetings.
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