#Top5 Romantic Comedies with Elsie Davis


Top Five Romantic Comedies: Never noticed this before but my top five just so happened to include my top 5 heart throbs: Jude Law, Richard Gere, Matthew McConaughey, Patrick Dempsey, Patrick Dempsey. (Yes, he gets two votes!)

And after looking at pictures…I need to add a bonus heart throb…Josh Lucas. ?


#5 How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days – “I miss you Benny Wenny boo boo, boo boo boo!” Our love fern, you let it die!” “Frost yourself.”





#4 The Holiday – “Iris, in the movies we have leading ladies and we have the best friend. You, I can tell, are a leading lady, but for some reason, you’re behaving like the best friend.” “I don’t know, but I think what I’ve got is something resembling, Gumption!”





#3 The Wedding Planner – “Well, I figure they have less artificial coloring because chocolate is already brown.” “You saved my shoe.” “The F.O.B is M.I.A.”




#2 Pretty Woman –“I appreciate this whole seduction thing you’ve got going on here, but let me give you a tip: I’m a sure thing.” “I want the fairy tale.”




#1 Sweet Home Alabama – “So I can kiss you anytime I want.” “Now what kind of a wife would I be if I didn’t pick up after my husband?” “The kind that don’t live here.” “I can’t control her any more than I can control the weather.” “You’re the first boy I ever kissed Jake, and I want you to be the last.” (Sounds like Kayla and Dylan…?)





Check out Elsie’s new release Back in the Rancher’s Arms!


Dylan Hunter has always loved the girl next door. Part of loving her meant making sure she left their small town to study to become a veterinarian. He just never expected it to take this long for her to come home. His hands are full raising his younger brother and bringing his ranch through the drought, but one look at Kayla and his feelings are back full force.

Kayla Anderson’s not prepared to see the guy who broke her heart in high school again, but she can’t get out of returning home to be maid of honor at her cousin’s wedding. She’s determined to have fun and celebrate the special day, despite the fact Dylan is her family’s closest neighbor and the best man, and get the heck out of Dodge.

But Dylan already lost the woman he loved once. This time, he’s determined to win her back…





Elsie Davis discovered the world of Happily-Ever-After romance at the age of twelve when she began avidly reading Barbara Cartland, the Queen of Romance, and has been hooked ever since. After building her dream log home on top of a small mountain, she turned her attention to do what she loves most, writing. An award-winning author and active member of RWA, she writes contemporary romance and romantic suspense. She writes from her heart, hoping to share a little love in a big world. She will never forget the moment of exhilaration when she first got the email offering her a contract for publication. A moment that has repeated itself, and one that keeps her energized and moving forward.

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1 Reply on #Top5 Romantic Comedies with Elsie Davis

  • You had me at Sweet Home Alabama…

    Love your list Elsie, although The Holiday is not one I’ve watched yet (too busy re-watching all the others, haha!)

    Here’s one that might make your top Ten? ‘Hitch’ with the delectable Will Smith and Eva Mendes. Fun, fabulous, hilarious, and dead honest! And Eva’s wardrobe is to die for 😉

    xoxoxo – Nikki.

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