Ah, Murfreesboro. To this day, the name evokes the faint smell of gin and tonics served in Styrofoam to-go cups from Gentleman Jim's and the stumbly feeling of hanging out in your weird uncle's basement — or perhaps I'm just remembering the Campus Pub.
Except for that one time I ended up on a blind date at Hooters, I'll tell you what I don't think of when I think of Murfreesboro: romance (unless you count getting mono from Sir Pizza). Amazon disagrees. They've compiled a list of the "20 Most Romantic Cities" based on national sales data, which is based on purchases of romantic stuff, and Murfreesboro ranks No. 8. But depending on whether you think buying Barry White CDs/MP3s, rom-coms, romance novels, relationship books and "sexual wellness products" (*cough*lube*cough*) constitutes romance or quiet lives of desperation, this title is dubious. (Or maybe anyone with the power to crush the publishing industry can afford to be euphemistic.)
A few suggested back-ups:
Most Romantic City if Your Definition of Romance is Lame
Most Romantic Place to Live if You Have Nothing Like Romance in Your Life
Place With People Who Have the Most Chain-Restaurant-Like Interpretation of Romance
You Had Romance, but You Burned it Down
Romance Is a New Chicken Place on Memorial Boulevard Every Six Months