From Book Bub, a helpfully relevant post so that I don’t have to write my own at the last minute:
Yep, that’s a top-notch choice. I’m never going to read it because I am not remotely into lovers-to-tragedy as a story arc.
Actually, I’ve never read a single book on this list, though some are on my radar.
All right, fine. Surely I can do a very rapid list of SFF (or other) romances that I’ve read lately. 2020 is barely underway, but I have read a scattering of books that certainly qualify for a Valentine’s Day list.
a) I’m re-reading the Touchstone trilogy right now, so: Cassandra and Kaoren. Particularly good slow-burn romance, as you all know.
b) I’ve read several more Heyer romances this year already, so Black Sheep by Georgette Heyer.
c) A great new find to start of 2020: A J Demas and her Classical-ish novels. I especially like this long novella / short novel, with startlingly well-developed romance considering the whole thing takes place during a long day and night.
If you’ve read a story with a good romance already this year, toss it in the comments!