Many beloved authors get their start writing the shorter format series romances. Nora Roberts, Janet Evanovich and Jennifer Crusie are just a few of the writers that first left their mark on readers’ hearts in bite-sized stories. But for some of these storytellers, even after they’ve found success writing longer, stand-alone books (which are also sometimes known as single title works) they keep coming back to their series romance roots. And who can blame them? These novels are quick, fun romps at affordable prices. Today we’re taking a look at a few of the authors who are writing in both format and often going above and beyond to create stories of both lengths that deserve to be on your keeper shelf!
No matter the length, Lisa Renee Jones gets readers' blood pumping with thrilling tales.
Magical warriors, vampires and beyond — no matter the supernatural creature, this author has a talent for writing fantastical stories.
Couples finding love — and marriage — in unexpected places is a common theme in Marsh's writing.
Whether it's a fast-paced suspense or a quaint contemporary, fans can't get enough of Hannon's uplifting stories.
Supernatural heroes and heroines working together to escape danger — and find love — are the focus of many of Leonard's stand-alone books and category titles.
Do you prefer reading in short or long format or are you a fan of these authors’ works no matter the length? Let us know in the comments below. And if we missed one of your favorite series romance/stand alone authors be sure to tell us that too! For more great romances of all lengths, visit our Everything Romance Page.