Romance novels account for over 40% of all fiction sold--over 20 million women read them. The reasons behind these astonishing statistics are uncovered and explored in George Paul Csicserys fascinating documentary WHERE THE HEART ROAMS, a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the subculture of romance novelists and fans. The film follows Chelley Kitzmiller, a die-hard fan of romance novels, who organizes the Love Train for readers. She books a train from California to New York so that fans and authors can mingle on their way to the big Romantic Booklovers Conference. Once there, aspiring writers hope that romance will be their ticket to success, while established authors and editors debate what makes a good heroine and how much sex is too much. A special appearance by best-selling romance writer Barbara Cartlandin her trademark pinkhighlights the festivities.