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One of my favorites is Possession: A Romance by A. Byatt and it has "romance" in the title on top of it all. I have to admit, it's been years since I read it though. Zhivago" and "Possession" are very nice additions! I read the novel at 13 and hung on every line. But I've completely neglected to list any Latins!
There's "Love in the Time of Cholera. End of story. Well, that was the one thing it didn't have. And I realize that postmodernity makes a "real" ending optional, but she didn't break the story off in an especially pregnant or thought-provoking place either. But otherwise, it rules. I wrote a dumb little thing about the Notorious B.
I'd like to also recommend "Possession" by A. It took me a while to get to the book a gift and then I was stuck for a while in the middle. Then, I picked it back up and flew through it. A post-modern? Audrey Maynard. Echoing, I'd like to also recommend "Possession" by A.
Even though they place her books in the Romance stacks, you'd wonder why they aren't in Historical Fiction, for all her solid writing and thorough research. Fortunately, in my opinion, it fails the novel-to-film test. It is a literary orgy.
Your article jumped right at me, but I was disappointed to read that what you term "romance fiction" isn't what most of the US considers "romance fiction. This is not to say your selections weren't good selections; they're great reads, along with most of the books commenters' mentioned, but I was hoping to have Romance Fiction finally recognized for what it brings to literature. Most authors spend a great deal of time researching and studing subjects before they start their books. I just wish they too were considered in your article. Thanks, Kathryn, The point actually is to get you romance lovers on board here.
Tell us what you consider the best of the best. I'd like to cover your responses in Book World and give the genre a fair shake. Give us a list of your favorites and tell me what you like. And get your reading buddies to weigh in, too. I nominate Rebecca, by Daphne du Maurier, and Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh, for the characters, the atmosphere, and in Rebecca, for the mystery combined with romance.
And I agree with the first poster who listed Tale of Two Cities. I would agree with kathryn and also note that for me, the title of your post is almost contradictory. I love the romance genre because it's not serious. There is certainly a difference between a romance novel and a novel with romance. One key aspect is the ending. As they say in "The Importance of Being Earnest," "the good ended happily, and the bad unhappily.
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I definitely agree with sreid on Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series - these are the books that got me started reading romance, and I've never found anything to match them. Another more literary, romantic favorite of mine is Prodigal Summer by Barbara Kingsolver, really 3 romance stories in one and just wonderfully compelling. One of the few books along with the Outlander series that I'm happy to read over and over again.
Gaudy Night, by Dorothy Sayers -- I picked it up as a mystery which it is but was pleasantly surprised by the love story. Certainly changes one's standards for the ideal man. I didn't care for Jane Eyre very much because of Jane's subservient relationship to Rochester throughout much of the book and because the plot is predictable BBC's newest adaptation, however, is superb But the romance in Villette is beautiful and nuanced -- my favorite Bronte story.
I loved Possession. Too bad they made such a terrible movie out of it. It was so bad that I think it didn't even make it to DVD. I read Jane Eyre when I was in my early teens and loved it all except Mr. I did like the quote " I find there is no rhyme or reason to where these books are filed.
Gaudy Night! Yes-I started reading it during shoulder surgery therapy.
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Loved it. Went on to read the rest of DS's books.
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Not so well known and should be. I reckon she's one of the best in the genre, and she writes just the kind of angst that people might expect from, ahem, "serious" novels. Bridgerton by Julia Quinn if the first chapter doesn't grab you, skip this list - Mr. Impossible by Loretta Chase. For cross-genre paranormal romances: - Demon Angel by Meljean Brook often criticised for being slow in pace, but that might be something "serious" novel readers might enjoy, although personally, I had no problem with the pacing - Nalini Singh's Psy-Changeling series - C.
I don't have any recs for contemporary romance. Nora Roberts and Jennifer Cruisie write in a style I think I could love, but I haven't read enough of their work to recommend a particular book. As a few comments above have raised, many of the recommendations in this thread so far don't really fall into genre romance territory, which for most readers of the genre require a reasonably happy ending.