Tradie romance, a new sub-genre?

Tradie romance, a new sub-genre?

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As many of you know, we’re currently renovating our home, and the tradesmen I deal with are super nice. When they found out I write romance, they encouraged me to write a “tradie romance”. What do you think? A new sub-genre? Much better than “Lust in the Dust” πŸ˜‰

PS – tradie = tradesman (Aussie slang)

11 Replies to “Tradie romance, a new sub-genre?”

  1. Our landscapers started work today… It was hot… Very… Over 30 degrees… I definitely think you’re onto something πŸ™‚

  2. Yes, I think there would be many readers up for a Tradie Romance πŸ™‚ I am writing a “working class hero” now, and made reference to another yummy character in a tool belt, in my last book πŸ™‚

  3. Ohh I love a man who knows how to use power tools or any tools for that matter . Go for it please!

    1. Me too πŸ˜‰ I know, there’s something sexy about a guy who can create things!!!

      Thanks for the encouragement, I think I need to write a book with a sexy tradie πŸ™‚

  4. What about a tradie who is actually filling in for one of his lads, get the job done at all costs, hands on, organic multimillionaire who started it all from the tray of his ute. . . It has merit

  5. I don’t think I’ve read a tradie romance before so I say, go for it Joanne! And the way you write I reckon it will be a fun and incredible read.

    1. *I’m blushing* – thanks so much Sue πŸ™‚

      Many years ago, I read a fab romance (wish I’d kept it) about a rich woman a blue-collar worker, and how they were able to overcome their issues to be together. Never read another tradie romance since….I might need to write one πŸ˜‰ Thanks for the encouragement xo

  6. You’re welcome, Joanne! And by the way you look gorgeous and those boots are awesome! xoxo

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