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Science Fiction Romance Novels
Science fiction is one of the most popular genres around. Each year, hundreds of sci fi books, movies, TV shows, comic books, video games, and more get releases, cementing its place in people's hearts. Science fiction romance novels are wildly popular too. Just look at popular series like The Hunger Games and Divergent that skyrocketed to fame. But they are far from the only great science fiction romance novels out there, and if you keep reading this list, you'll likely agree!
Mixing elements like time travel, dystopian futures, space travel, aliens, robots, and more can really shake up romance as a genre. The important romance element is still there, but with sci fi, there are a lot of fun and, quite frankly, cool things we don't get to see everyday introduced in the story.
If you're a fan of science fiction romance or are curious about, keep reading this list for some amazing book recommendations!
1. Diplomatic Relations by J.L. Langley
Heir to the Marquess of Ravensburg and the cousin of the Townsend princes, Lord Ashbourne, Dalton Fairfax grew up in Regelence high society. Always in favor of flaunting the rules, Dalton joined the military. Now that he's home, he avoids his parents by taking a job as the bodyguard of Blaise Thompson, the heir of the Duke of Eversleigh. Blaise wants nothing more than to prove he's worthy of what's expected of him. It proves difficult thanks to his brother's antics and his rival's attacks. He really doesn't have time for romance, even if his new bodyguard is unlike anyone he's ever met before.
2. Polaris Rising by Jessie Mihalik
While the Royal Consortium rules the universe in name, it is really the three High House who hold the power. Ada von Hasenberg may have been born to a High House, but as the fifth of six children, her value is seen only the whatever political marriage she makes. Her father arranges for her to marry, so for the first time in her life, Ada takes control of her life and flees. For two years Ada evades her father before she's captured and tossed into a cell with the Devil of Fornax Zero, Marcus Loch. Rumor has it Marcus managed to kill his entire chain of command during the Fornax Rebellion. After the ship returning them to Earth is attacked, Ada must convince Marcus to help her.
3. Contingency Plan by Robyn Bachar
During the Galactic Cold War, a rebellion nearly leveled New Hong Kong, leaving Jiang Chen with a traumatic brain injury. With only faded memories of the life she had before, Jiang has a new life as a pilot on the Mombasa. She finds out she may be a danger to both the ship and crew and chooses to leave the Mombasa. Ryder Kalani, the security chief of the Mambasa, isn't confident in his abilities anymore after losing his arm and getting fitted with a prosthetic. However, he knows Jiang needs his help hunting for the Soviets' new weapon, and her forgotten past could possibly take them right to it.
4. A Conspiracy of Whispers by Ada Harper
Olivia Shaw is a deadly Whisper agent taking on dangerous assignments, but she has a secret: she's a caricae, one of the few women still capable of having children. If her secret gets out, she'll become breeding stock controlled by the government. A mission sends Olivia into the Quillian Empire, where she is forced to take a hostage. He turns out to be Galen De Corvus, the infamous Red Wolf and brother of the Quillian Empress. Galen is also an altus, a man with the ability to sense the pheromones of caricae. If he exposes her secret, Olivia's life is over.
5. Addict by Matt Doyle
Despite being the center of the technological age, New Hopeland has a seedy underbelly full of drug dealers, assassins, and crooked cops. P.I. Cassie Tam gets hired to look into the death of Eddie Redwood, a local VR addict, by Eddie's sister. Easy money, right? Not exactly. What was ruled an accidental overdose turns up more twists and turns the deeper Cassie digs into it, and soon she's forced to call Charlie Goldman, her drug dealer ex-girlfriend, and ask for help. Things get even more dicey when Cassie begins fall for her client, Lori, and the police start strongly encouraging her to drop the case.
6. Auric by Leslie Chase
A trip to the Arcadia Colony was supposed to be safe and boring. Or at least that's what Tamara was told. But then smoking hot alien crashes onto the colony. Auric warns them of danger, but Tamara is the only one that believes him. She knows she'll be accused of mutiny if she helps him, but if what he says is true, not helping him will be so much worse for all of them.
7. Deacon by Kit Rocha
The first female Ride in Sector One, Ana has had to train her entire life to prove she's not only as good as men, but better. It's the only way she'll ever get any respect. She can't allow any distractions, not even her grumpy, gorgeous leader. For the last twenty years, Deacon has tried to atone for his sin, keeping his Riders at arm's length. But Ana begins to break down his defenses and the passion their sparring matches ignite are driving Deacon wild. Deacon's old squad returns, seeking their revenge after he betrayed them. The problem is that Ana and the Riders are directly in their line of fire.
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