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Maybe the Riddlemaster of Hed. Trying to think of romances in the vein of Terry Pratchett…tough! Maybe something will come to me if I look at my shelves….

All except the Shifters series have elemts of SF and a touch of Romance. Okay, hotter on the science and just a touch of romance, but she does a HEA with her guy at the end of the third book. Go, bookshelves! Oh send him to G. With golems! And a protagonist anti-hero, really who finds love with a chain-smoking heroine, set against a background of civil service and businesses going Wall Street kablooie! With five exclamation marks!!!!! Err, anyway. Although these, too, play a part. OK, I think everyone with an appreciation for fantasy should read it.

Yes, indeedy, and I just lent it to a male friend, and he is enjoying it! And incidentally, Sky1 are apparently making a TV movie of it they did Hogfather, which was great, and The Colour of Magic, which was less good. My recommendation for Scrin is Linnea Sinclair for sci-fi romance.

Faeries, imps, and lots of lol. For my own part I would really hate to have anyone do a chapter by chapter blog of any of my works, simply because of the spoiler issue. Lois is one of the really great writers, always taking a new path, and I prefer to let her guide me along, not another reader. That said, this fellow needs to get himself hooked on her Hugo-winning Miles Vorkosigan series. I read those over and over again and still do! So why play into that by acting like every single guy discovering romance is Christopher Columbus and our new hero?

Some readers may find the first book slow going, just because it is as densely written as it is.


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I had another thought as well, but morning-brain has driven it clean out of my head. I apologize for any spoilers. I tried to keep them to a minimum, but at the beginning I was getting a foundation for the rest of the book, so I just wrote down what I was noting. As I went on, I ran into more stuff that I actually reacted to and could therefore have more commentary about and less spoilers.

And, Amie, you have a point. My husband loves Lois McMaster Bujold—she was his bridge from fantasy to romance. However, my husband refuses to read romance novels himself. Instead, he wants me to read them to him. He was laughing out loud and squealing with delight when the characters finally got together. So to speak. My favorite fantasy romance, so far, is the Tairen Soul series by C.

So,O Masters of Romance, teach me! Because it is so often that men make fun of women who read romance and equate it with weakness instead of the strength that we know we have? IMHO, anyway. I love knowing when a guy has picked up something aimed at women and is man enough to not only admit it, but enjoy it! And Lackey and McCaffrey without a doubt. Those have all the elements in them and are just good reads. I suggest the Brotherhood of War series first, The Lieutenants. Hubby and I have them in HC, pb and ereader versions so we can always read him.

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Avid fans will be happy to point out to the casual reader how every series, in one way or another, links to the others. Polyamory, anyone? This is fun. I loved the critiquing of the map. I wish they had already written about 10 times as many novels because I want to gobble them up, then reread them at leisure—wonderful fantasy and romance.

As someone else said, Linnea Sinclair also writes great SF romance. Most of what I would have suggested as good reads have already been covered, but I kind of suspect a fantasy fan would have already run into the authors whose work, while romantic, is marketed as fantasy. Good gravy, YES!

I borrowed the audiobook of Paladin of the Soul for my last trip to the big city, which is about 5 hours one-way. Between SBiT Patrick, and now Scrinnameless, there are now two less people in the world dissing romance, having never read any. If we can convert an anti-romance woman, that would be fun to watch as well. Where does one start with her various series?

As far as I can tell, every single thing he wrote was a romance. D E, for this series written as a romance in a fantasy setting , start with Beguilement and get Legacy right away, too, because they contain one long story arc. Then come Passage and Horizon. I loved The Curse of Chalion and its sequels.

My favorite Bujold, I have to say. I agree with many of the recommendations above, especially Jacqueline Carey. If I ever find a romance writer who I think is at all similar to Sir Terry, I will shout it to the heavens!! I hope you post again and let us know what you think of our suggestions. At least this bitch is interested. Definitely should be read. Try to read them in order.

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