Well hello, dear Shelfies! Completing a series is a cause for celebration, and it is something we at the Romantic Fantasy Shelf would like to …
2020 may be more than halfway over (thank goodness!), but that doesn’t mean that the rest of the year isn’t chock full of great new …
Looking for your next romantic fantasy read? We here at the Shelf have got you covered! Read on!
Sometimes a book draws you in so completely that you only remember you meant to go to bed hours ago after you emerge, blinking, from …
Jaycee Jarvis defines the role of the beta hero in romantic fantasy and fantasy romance, and makes some book recommendations!
J.M. Butler gives her review of one of RFS’s March 2019 Book Club winners, A Thief and a Gentlewoman by Clare Sager.
Roz P. Garrett delves deeply into the worldbuilding, plot, and romance of Jacqueline Carey’s masterpiece romantic fantasy, Kushiel’s Dart.
Gemma Oleander discusses the pleasures and lessons of young adult romantic fantasy and its roguish book boyfriends. 😉
Ryan Muree discusses the divide between stories that contain sexual relations and stories that don’t, and whether there’s a need for new classifications and terminology.
J.M. Butler details the opposition to romance in epic fantasy, and explores reasons why romance belongs in the genre.