Let me explain what forced proximity in a romance book actually is. It sounds like it could bypass consent, but it’s actually about being stuck with someone! Think snowed-in like Katie and Nash in Eggnog and Candy Canes or Catherine and Zach in Mail Order Soulmate.
I explain more in the video below, shares examples of forced proximity and explain what it is and isn’t! Enjoy!
Books shown in the video:
⭐️ Examples used in the video and where you can find them! ⭐️
📘 Example 1: Eggnog and Candy Canes by Jean Oram (Snowed-in forced proximity romance)
📘 Example 2: Falling for the Firefighter by Jean Oram (Shared accommodations, snowed-in forced proximity romance)
📘 Example 3: Mail Order Soulmate by Jean Oram (Marriage of convenience, email order bride, shared accommodations, forced proximity romance)
📘Example 4: The Wedding Plan by Jean Oram (Marriage of convenience for business and a shared project as well as shared accommodations, forced proximity romance)
📘 Example 5: Falling for the Boss by Jean Oram (Shared accommodations, isolated on an island, working together, forced proximity romance)
👉 🛒 All five books are available in ebook, paperback, large print paperback and audiobook format. Check out your favourite online retailer such as Amazon, Kobo and Kobo Plus, Chapters, Barnes and Noble, Apple Books, Google Play, Books a Million, Spotify, Audible, and more!
🙋♀️ Want to snoop online? Find Jean Oram’s books on your favourite store with these quick links: