Science Fiction Romance

B
The Star Prince

Susan Grant's latest novel The Star Prince, sequel to last year's The Star King, places likable and sympathetic characters in interesting intergalactic societies, with intriguing political plots. Despite a too-easy ending, this book kept me turning pages throughout. Tee'ah Dar is a ...

B+
Pilots Choice

In the 1980s, Lee and Miller published three novels (unread by me) set in the Liaden Universe. Del Rey dropped the series, but the novels have been re-published by Meisha Merlin, along with Pilots Choice, which contains two previously-unpublished adventures in the series. They are of the sub-genre k ...

A-
The Phoenix Code

As in The Veiled Web, author Asaro once again delves into a future where artificial intelligence is a reality with all the moral and ethical dilemmas it brings. Dr. Megan O’Flannery is an expert in the field of artificial intelligence, particularly where androids are concerned. W ...

N/A
The Star King

In Susan Grant's The Star King, Air Force fighter pilot Jasmine Boswell is shot from the sky over Saudi Arabia and plunged into a dreamscape environment with a mysterious man who reaches out and touches her very soul. Meeting him 20 years later brings surprises that take Jasmine from the desert of A ...

B+
The Star King

The Star King, Susan Grant's second novel, proves that her first terrific romance, Once a Pirate, was no fluke. This is an author who writes romantic and exciting books that conjure up exotic locales and peoples. Grant is equally at home creating an advanced civilization light years away as she was ...

B
The Veiled Web

If you are a romance fan who is considering trying some science fiction, Catherine Asaro's latest book, The Veiled Web, is a great place to start. It has a satisfying science fiction plot but emphasizes the relationship between the two main characters to the point where the science fiction aspect se ...

N/A
The Veiled Web

The Veiled Web by Catherine Asaro is an intricately plotted romance set in 2010. The story brings together a ballerina, Lucia del Mar, who spends virtually all of her spare time on the World Wide Web (WWW), and Rashid al-Jazari, who invented an internet browser being used in 2010. Rashid is also dev ...

A
The Silver Metal Lover

The Silver Metal Lover is a science fiction novel first published in 1982. Don't cringe, it may be SF, but I promise you: this novel has everything you’re looking for in a great romance and a great book. It is a futuristic Romeo and Juliet story, the kind of epic love story that ends in seeming he ...

A+
The Quantum Rose

Catherine Asaro's science fiction novels have all had romantic threads and larger than life heroes but her newest novel, which is being serialized in the May, June, July/August 1999 issues of Analog magazine, has its roots firmly imbedded in the romance genre. Kamoj Quanta Argal ...

A
Sweet Starfire

If you are a reader who has disliked paranormal romances or never tried one, I would highly recommend this book to change your mind, or get you hooked for good on them! It's definitely a book I'd take to a deserted isle. The heroine, Cidra de Arr, comes from a planet populated with telepaths and ...