5 Romance Series For Readers Who Are Never Satisfied
It's always a let-down when you become attached to characters only to have the story end too quickly. These hard-working writers all have series with several volumes, so you can get deeply immersed in their fictional worlds and fall in love again and again. This video was made with Ezvid Wikimaker.
5 Addictive Romance Series
|Series||Author||Book #1||Other Popular Entries|
|Dream Catchers||Sandy Lo||Dream Catchers||Take Me Home|
|Pack Bound||Leisl Leighton||Pack Bound||Wolf Bound|
|BLUE-LINK||Maureen A. Miller||Shadow||Mist|
|Nevermore Bookshop||Steffanie Holmes||A Dead and Stormy Night||Of Mice and Murder|
|In The Reins||Carly Kade||In The Reins||Cowboy Away|
Get to Know the In The Reins Series from Carly Kade
Popular Subgenres of Romance
- Contemporary romance
- Historical romance
- Science fiction romance
- Romantic suspense
- Paranormal romance
- Romantic fantasy
- Military romance
- Western romance
- Rock star
Why Romance Novels Are Underrated
While most standalone love stories almost always guarantee a happy ending, some readers are still left wanting more after a single book. Fortunately, there are countless authors creating gripping tales full of romance and conflict that span several books. Here, in no particular order, are some captivating romance series for readers who just can't get enough.
First up, at #1, we have Dream Catchers. Written by journalist and digital strategist Sandy Lo, it's a rock star romance series about taking chances and chasing dreams. The first book follows the story of Haley Foster and the free-spirited Jordan Walsh, whose opposing personalities clash when they initially meet. With his help, Haley begins to discover who she is and what she really wants in life.
Later entries, such as Take Me Home and The Reunion, feature entirely different characters who are also involved in the music industry and tackle serious issues such as loss, jealousy, and guilt. The sixth book, Spotlight, revisits the themes of self-discovery and true love, and it's told from the perspective of Haley Foster and Jordan Walsh's daughter, Aylin Ashton.
Later entries, such as Take Me Home and The Reunion, feature entirely different characters who are also involved in the music industry and tackle serious issues such as loss, jealousy, and guilt.
At #2 is Pack Bound by Leisl Leighton. Five hundred years ago, facing extinction, a group of powerful witches united to create a pact with the Were to save witch-kind and expel an ancient evil, known only as The Darkness. The Packs and their Covens grew strong as they thrived beside each other in their brand new world.
Set in the Mornington Peninsula and Kinglake district, this four-part paranormal romance series is about a new generation of witches and shifters who are all caught in an epic battle between good and evil. In order to save the world from utter damnation, they must learn to bond with their mates and embrace their true powers.
Next, at #3, is BLUE-LINK. Created by Maureen A. Miller, it focuses on the eponymous global company, which is designed to assess risk for start-up entrepreneurs in foreign countries. Each book in this series can be read as a standalone and features the romance and danger encountered by the employees and associates of the company.
Each book in this series can be read as a standalone and features the romance and danger encountered by the employees and associates of the company.
BLUE-LINK is run by Amanda Newton, a woman whose signature accessory is a blue diamond ring. As a young girl, she witnessed the brutal murder of her parents, and as an adult, she's targeted by their killer. In Dusk, former Navy SEAL Ray Gordon is hired to protect Amanda from her attacker, falling for her in the process.
At #4 is the Nevermore Bookshop Mysteries by Steffanie Holmes, who also writes as Steff Green. After being fired from her fashion internship in New York City, Mina Wilde returns to the quaint English village where she grew up to take a job at the local bookshop. When a mysterious curse on the shop brings fictional characters to life, she tries not to fall for the three broken men who should only exist within her imagination.
In the first book, Mina's ex-best friend shows up dead with a knife in her back, and she's the chief suspect. With the help of her fictional boyfriends, she'll have to solve the murder to clear her name. Throughout the rest of the series, Mina solves various crimes while also struggling to figure out her feelings for the three fictional men.
In the first book, Mina's ex-best friend shows up dead with a knife in her back, and she's the chief suspect.
Finally, at #5, we have In The Reins by Carly Kade. This equestrian romance series is based on modern cowgirl culture, and it captures the struggle between letting life move forward and shying away from taking the reins. Looking for a fresh start, city girl and journalist Devon Brooke goes back to her country roots and focuses on building a relationship with her newly acquired horse, Faith.
Devon unexpectedly falls for McKennon Kelly, a mysterious cowboy with a deeply guarded secret. As much as he wants to let go of his ghosts and learn to love this woman waiting for him, the grip McKennon's demon has on him is holding him hostage. He must face his past in order to move on with his life and be with Devon.