For some general references on writing romantic fiction, grab a copy of The Love Plot, How To Write A Brilliant Romance, and Quickies, Writing Short Fiction For The Romance Market
This is going to be a super short, succinct guide to help you develop romantic relationships.
Any relationship is going to form based on several integral aspects that should be incorporated in your writing. So it won't matter in what setting the relationship is formed if you don't develop it in a way that creates an actual connection. Let's go over a few points here that I learned from fabulous historical romance author Sarah M. Eden.
Common Romance Pitfalls
Now find ways to develop an emotional connection, need fulfillment, and their personal value for one another within whichever environment you place them. As long as you incorporate these essentials keys and avoid the romance pitfalls then you can develop a relationship in any setting or situation.
Good luck with that romance novel.
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