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Four women, one romance novel a week, and all the hilarity that comes with it. This podcast is NOT SAFE FOR WORK. Every week one host picks the book. All hosts promise to read 5 chapters and review together. Join Somisawhel, Nikki, Celina, and Phoebe as they lead you through some of the best (and WORST) literary pieces available in the romance genre.
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[Never Safe For Work] So what had happened was...the Raunties figured out they could take a break because podcasts can have seasons. Who knew?! Join them while they talk about their first romance novel favorites and chit chat authors, art vs artist and bungle their way through figuring out their eras. 
[NSFW] So, what had happened was...the Raunties played the Kindle game again: Pick a number to select a book, page and paragraph from our Kindles for two straight minutes of hilarity. Ridiculous accents prefered, No context, no cheating!
[Never Safe For Work] So what had happened was...another book about hot brothers, family secrets, everyone in everyone else's business and all the pretty people having so many problems! And guess what - it's another series starter, so dive in.
[NSFW] So, what had happened was...the Raunties thought it would be funny to keep giving advice (like, "Don't bone your boss") to real people with actual problems. Listen in as they dip in to a new regular segment, "Reddit Roulette!" The ladies talk about dicks and Scrabble, porn angst, ass ratings, boob jobs and more.
[Never Safe For Work] So what had happened was...Regency romance full of details including scoring invitations to balls, romantic garden dancing, identity confusion, and fun with titles! We minimized spoilers for you since it's a series.
[Never Safe For Work] So, what had happened was...the Raunties played the Kindle game again: Pick a number to select a book, page and paragraph from our Kindles for two straight minutes of hilarity. Ridiculous accents prefered, No context, no cheating!
[Never Safe For Work] So what had happened was...a lot of author choices were made. Funny, but lots of sentences, but too long, but amusing, but too many options without commas, but we like the humor. Really though, what happens when you fall in love with your vampire grandpa? It's a series, so we probably need to read more of these books to find out.
[Never Safe For Work] So, what had happened was...the Raunties thought it would be funny to keep giving advice (like, "Don't bone your boss") to real people with actual problems. Listen in as they dip in to the regular segment, "Reddit Roulette!" 
So what had happened was... Dafne sent us in a recommendation and the Raunties were all, "Yeeeeeaaaaaah!!! Cowboys!" Instead, they find a house full of secrets and pain with some midnight kissing mixed in. Join the Raunties as they decide if the tortured hero is deep and complex or just a complete douche. 
[Sooooo NSFW] You know the rules: pick a number to select a book, page and paragraph from our Kindles for two straight minutes of hilarity. Ridiculous accents preferred, No context, no cheating! We revisited some old accidental favorites intended for deletion and even have a guest spot!
So what had happened was... Celina saw the sweetest cover and thought she'd be covering a lot of our bases: Consent, History, Actual romance. Um. Yeah, no. But at least it was short and sweet. Sorry, not sorry for the spoilers. 
NSFW: Paranoid partners; risking yourself for the sake of others; cheating for brownie points by knowing a love-language and more. Plenty to chat about these days! 
So what had happened was... Somisawhel forced the Raunties to read a pre-teen "romance" book about an industrious witch selling charmed scarves and a plaid-wearing witch-hunter who team up to save the world from a disgruntled Etsy customer. WTF did Somisawhel sign us up for?
[Never Safe For Work] So, what had happened was...the Raunties played the Kindle game again: Pick a number to select a book, page and paragraph from our Kindles for two straight minutes of hilarity. Ridiculous accents preferred, No context, no cheating!
[Never Safe For Work] So what had happened was...Amish people with secrets start as PenPals in spite of mean aunts, nosy neighbors, way too much guilt and self-loathing as well as a bunch of rules we don't really understand about mechanics who aren't allowed to drive and find a way to connect through the postal service.
[Never Safe For Work] So, what had happened was...the Raunties thought it would be funny to keep giving advice (like, "Don't bone your boss") to real people with actual problems. Listen in as they dip in to our regular mini-segment, "Reddit Roulette!" 
[Never Safe For Work] So what had happened was...Traumatized rich people with a plethora of neuroses and unlimited money to try new ventures which they know nothing about, abuse each other until they all fall in love and live happily ever after. Sort of. [Apologies] we lost Phoebe to technical difficulties about 2/3 the way through, so we're probably not as funny. 
[NSFW...ever] So, what had happened was...the Raunties played the Kindle game again: Pick a number to select a book, page and paragraph from our Kindles for two straight minutes of hilarity. Ridiculous accents prefered, No context, no cheating!
[Never Safe For Work] So what had happened was...gorgeous (and very nice) future in-laws meet randomly and spend a week of adventures flirting, vomiting and "getting to know" one another (yes, it's a euphemism), the Raunties opted not to spoil this one! 
So what had happened was...Nikki couldn't be bothered to select her own book, so leaned on a listener pick, and we have no regrets. Yummy vampires, sex clubs, BDSM with the right kind of consent, all sorts of supernatural creatures...Oh yeah, we're in. We're all the way in. Remember, never safe for work...[language and sexual content]
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Ceri Batt

I love these ladies!

Feb 1st
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