All Romance is one of a triumvirate of linked sites - OmniLit, All Romance and ARe Cafe - and the sites offer a good cross-section of reading material. Naturally the All Romance site contains nothing but romance novels, spanning the whole gamut of romance sub-genres from vampire to steam-punk to time-travel, and taking in Historical>Scottish/Highlander (really?) and Rubenesque (who knew?) as well. Whatever your romantic novel preference, you'll find it here.
The OmniLit site caters for a wider audience and includes both fiction and non-fiction across a broad range of interests. While there may be indie books on all of these lists, they seem to include commercial offerings from the big players in publishing too; for instance, books by Dean Koontz and James Rollins are featured on the front page as I write this post.
Finally, the ARe Cafe is like a behind-the-scenes site for those interested in romance writing. It features interviews, a blog, a featured author and reviews. If you're really into romance as a genre you'll doubtless find fascinating material here.
The three sites are all tabbed in one location, and the link to the All Romance tab is Here. You'll see the tabs either side of this one for the other two sites I mentioned.