Although I do not know much about the genre of romancem, I have some books here of other genres (including some romance). Here I have some suggestions for you, but itsd up to you to think and choose which genre, level, and quantity you want to get a book at:
If your looking for an interesting book to read that will throw you into a world of adventure with dragons and knights, or a majestic world of magic and sorcery, or to the depths of adventure and hell itself and come back alive then do I have a list of books for you to read!
Action/Adventure: If you’re looking for something heroic, adventurous, etc. then the authors for you are Mathew Riley, the Australian born, newly proclaimed king of fast paced action (it blew my mind on the first 3 pages!). His books include: Hover Car Racer, Ice Station, Scarecrow, Ancient Wonders, etc. Another action author that I will recommend to you is Clive Cussler a similar ego to Matt Riley, with action packed story’s and twists, etc. it will leave you hanging for more!
Romance: Be sure to buy the ‘Gone with the wind’ by Margaret Mitchell who has been the proclaimed romance tragedy novelist. The movie made in the late 1900s sparked international frenzy as it became an international blockbuster, although the book is far more interesting and detailed. If you’re looking for Shakespearean ones then be sure to catch Romeo & Juliet in its heartbreaking novel of tragedy and love (not my type).
Classics: If your looking for the international bestsellers from the past be sure to collect ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ by Harper Lee (personally my favourite book of all-time) which explores the governing of a black mans case and exhibits the themes of injustice and racism. Also another one of my favs, ‘Goodnight Mr. Tom’ was just the most heart-warming book that I have ever read, its so colourful and warm, I just want to be there myself!
Fantasy/Gothic: Be sure to check out the new Number One International Bestseller: the Twilight Series which talks about the young Bella & Edward themselves vampires and werewolves and their quest through the vampire and werewolf war. Another is the (I think every1 has read it) Harry Potter series. I think you know about that!
Sci-Fi: If you like science then try the Will Buster series, its another of my favs, as it talks about the plans of the ingenious Prof. Gelmet and his ‘Helmet’ (pun! no serious) and the hilarious friends Stanley & Davina and the unforgettable Bennet & Beasley the two talking RoDogs as they journey through the Sci-fi world of tomorrow with robots, hovercrafts (pods) etc.!
Crime: If you’re into crime then be sure to catch the spooky Anthony Horowitz. His Diamond Brother series are a must read that talks about plot twists in his series, he is the New York bestseller of the Alex Rider series. The unambiguous, unchallengeable Agatha Christie (died a while ago *sobs*) is definitely unarguably the best writer of crime, even the critics agree! Her books: Death on the Nile, The Orton Express (think?) & the no1: And Then There Were None left me scared for months is a must read. Also try the Sherlock Holmes Series & the founder of crime, Edgar Allan Poe also short story writer.
Hope this helps!