Paranormal romance , realistic romance, new adult romance, contemporary romance, dark romance, romantic thriller, what kind of romance books do you prefer? Or do you read many subgenres?
The choices of romance novels out there is so diversified. Do you prefer a certain sub-genre or is any romance book is fine in your world?
First, how many subgenres of romance books can you name? There are so many it's easy to get lost. And no one has to be loyal to only one genre. So which one is your top favorite (or which ones).
I found this post that explain the differences between most of them if you're curious.
Let's make a list so you can see by yourself how exhaustive it is:
- Historical romance
- Fantasy romance
- Paranormal romance
- Erotic romance
- Young adult romance
- New adult romance
- Contemporary romance
- LGBTQ+ romance
- Rom-Com (romantic comedy)
- Sports romance
- Dark romance
- Romantic thriller
- Drama romance
Can you think of any I missed? Because I'm sure there is more.
I have a few favorites I always tend towards when picking a new book or trying a new-to-me author. And some I always stay clear from.
What about ya?
Can you tell me which one are your top 3 romance book subgenres?
And what about romance book tropes? Okay, I won't start a discussion about it right now, it will be a complete new post, because they're even more numerous.
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