What makes a romance series? For the most part, the word “series” in romance means something different than it does in any other genre. In this episode of the Feminist Romantic, Cara McKinnon explores the traditional romance series and contrasts that with a few examples of series that follow other genre models but still contain strong romantic elements.
In the next episode, Cara will celebrate Halloween with a discussion of the unlikely combination of romance and horror. If you have any books to suggest for this mash-up, email email@example.com or leave a comment on the blog at thefeministromantic.com.
To check out any of the romance series mentioned in this podcast, click on a link below (you’ll be taken to the series page or the first book in the series on Amazon).
- Lisa Kleypas Travises series
- Elizabeth Hoyt Maiden Lane series
- Eloisa James Desperate Duchesses series
- Suzanne Brockmann Troubleshooters series
- Jennifer Ashley Shifters Unbound series
- J.D. Robb In Death series
- Jordan L. Hawk Whyborne & Griffin series
- Diana Gabaldon Outlander series
- Janet Evanovich Stephanie Plum series
- Katie MacAlister Dragon/Guardian series
- Patricia Briggs Mercy Thompson (and Alpha and Omega) series
- Ilona Andrews Kate Daniels series
- MaryJanice Davidson Undead series
- Amanda Bouchet Kingmaker Chronicles