Here’s how I compiled the list: Based on my reading of the first third of BORN TO DARKNESS (because that’s all it took!), I made a mental list of elements in that story that can be found in other science fiction romances. Next, I tagged each element and paired them with the appropriate books to provide you with the best match possible.
The list is in a random order. I embedded buy links in each title, but of course you may want to shop around.
And away we go!
Multiple romances + action-adventure SF = Linnea Sinclair’s GAMES OF COMMAND and Susan Grant’s MOONSTRUCK
Navy SEAL type team + X-MEN + psychic sex = Corrina Lawson’s PHOENIX RISING
Superhuman SF + criminal organizations + near-future thriller + suspense = Catherine Asaro’s SUNRISE ALLEY (also free at the Baen Free Library)
Near-future setting + suspense + m/m romance = Ann Somerville’s SOMATESTHESIA
Dystopian future + suspense + paranormal elements = Claire Delacroix’s FALLEN
Biopunk elements + futuristic medical technology + kidnapping + suspense = Sara Creasy’s SONG OF SCARABAEUS and Ella Drake’s BRAIDED SILK
Urban fantasy + superhuman SF + the Justice League + ensemble cast = Sheryl Nantus’ BLAZE OF GLORY
Near-future setting + combat scenes + Alpha hero + kick-butt heroine + hot sex = Nathalie Gray’s AGENT PROVOCATEUR
Authors, do you have a sci-fi romance that would appeal to readers who enjoyed Suzanne Brockmann’s BORN TO DARKNESS? If so, feel free to let us know in the comment section. I’d encourage you to tag as many specific elements that match so readers have clear expectations.
Folks, feel free to cut and paste this list whenever you have the chance to make recommendations to readers looking for books that are similar to BORN TO DARKNESS!