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Top Ten Favorite Authors In Paranormal-Romance Genre. Paranormal-Romance is definitely one of my favourite genres and a large proportion of my books fall into this category. I haven’t read as many books as I’d like, but I certainly have a few who are some of my the best authors.
1. J.R. Ward
I do not have words to cover how much I adore this woman. I have never rated one of her books lower than 4 stars. I find that I can read her books again and again and never get bored. I just all around love her in her paranormal-romance shoes.
Cat + Bones = Sexy, hot romance and humour. She creates a perfect dynamic for a couple with tonnes of action, a real developing romance that manages to take a major role, whilst not overshadowing a clear plot.
3. Nalini Singh
I adore most of the Psy-Changeling series and have about 3 books to finish it off until I’m all caught up, but I’ve come to a momentary stop in reading to savour these books. Then I have the first of the Guild Hunter books to try. So I hope Nalini Singh shows her versatility as a paranormal-romance author and that I will enjoy her other series with equal vigour.
She was one of my first paranormal authors, so I think she will hold a special place in my heart. Certainly a raunchy book to get started with and it was a little shocking, but I think (secretly) it is part of what kept me hooked.
Dark-Hunters are hot. Simple as. She writes about Greek, Roman, Celt warriors who are all extremely sexy and Gods, demons, vampires, zombies and all other forms of the paranormal. I feel like Kenyon combines so many different aspects of the paranormal and works them really well into a series of books. The only problem is the series is freaking huge!
6. Lynsay Sands
Time and time again I seem to come back to the Argeneau series and whilst it might not be perfect or mind-blowing, I genuinely enjoy reading every one and I can’t wait to finish the series.
7. Keri Arthur
I’ve only read one book by her, but I did really enjoy it. It was ‘Beneath the Rising Moon’ and a really interesting werewolf novel. I had a a few discrepancies, but I’ll be looking to read more of her books.