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Sandra Brown’s work focus more heavily on the crime, rather than romance, element – but there’s plenty of both.
Contemporary romance with engaging plots and great characters are Robyn Carr’s speciality.
Lucy and Seth’s relationship grows and develops through the Lucy Kincaid novels, like Eve and Roarke in La Nora’s In death series.
Suzanne Brockmann offers intricately plotted romantic suspense / military romances.
Not strictly romance, this is fantasy that will keep you thinking and guessing. First in the Cainsville series.
Crime, romance, general fiction – Linda Howard has written in many genre – so you’re sure to find something which appeals.
Emotional stories often featuring aspects of military romance, Cindy Gerard may leave you needing tissues.
Touches of magic often sprinkle Jude Deveraux ‘s work, much like Nora Roberts’ trilogy books.
Heavily weighted towards suspense, but with the occasional romance element – and sometimes a bit of the paranormal – Kay Hooper would be a good choice to keep you going during a Roberts lull.
Crime, historical romance, contemporary romance… Catherine Coulter’s work has so much scope to play with.
Romantic suspense – contemporary or historical – is Anne Stuart’s speciality.
Contemporary romance with, or without, suspense is what Brenda Novak offers.
Jayne Ann Krentz has more pseudonyms than NR. Jayne Ann Krentz writes contemporary romantic suspense, Amanda Quick writes historical romantic suspense, and Jayne Castle writes futuristic / paranormal romantic suspense. .
If at all possible, Danielle Steel is even more of a publishing phenomenon than La Nora. There’s something for almost every reader in her oeuvre.
If you need light-hearted, steamy, and aliens – check out Gini Koch.
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