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Fantasy Romance Publishers with a Strong High Fantasy Influence

Fantasy romance is a popular genre that combines elements of fantasy and romance to create stories that are both captivating and imaginative. High fantasy is a subgenre of fantasy that typically features epic adventures, powerful magic, and a fictional world with its own history and cultures. Here are some fantasy romance publishers with a strong high fantasy influence:

  1. "Tor Books" is one of the most well-known publishers of high fantasy and fantasy romance. They have a strong reputation for publishing some of the most popular and critically acclaimed high fantasy series, including "The Wheel of Time" by Robert Jordan and "The Kingkiller Chronicle" by Patrick Rothfuss.

  2. "DAW Books" is a publisher that has a strong focus on high fantasy and fantasy romance. They have published some of the most iconic high fantasy series of the 21st century, including "The First Law Trilogy" by Joe Abercrombie and "The Lies of Locke Lamora" by Scott Lynch.

  3. "Orbit Books" is a publisher that specializes in high fantasy and fantasy romance. They have a reputation for publishing some of the most imaginative and thrilling high fantasy series, including "The Mistborn Trilogy" by Brandon Sanderson and "The Lies of Locke Lamora" by Scott Lynch.

  4. "Gollancz" is a British publisher that has a strong reputation for publishing high fantasy and fantasy romance. They have published some of the most influential high fantasy series of the 21st century, including "The First Law Trilogy" by Joe Abercrombie and "The Lies of Locke Lamora" by Scott Lynch.

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