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  • Writer's pictureMuhammad Zain Rasheed

Medieval Fantasy Books that Will Sweep You off Your Feet

Medieval fantasy books transport readers to fantastical worlds filled with knights, castles, and magic. And many of these books also include a romantic element that will sweep readers off their feet. Here are a few examples of medieval fantasy books that will sweep you off your feet:

  1. "The Bride" series by Julie Garwood: Set in medieval Scotland, this series follows the story of a strong-willed woman who must marry a powerful Scottish laird to save her family. The series also includes a romantic subplot between the main character and her husband that will make readers swoon.

  2. "The Moth Man Prophecies" by John A. Keel: This book is set in a medieval-inspired fantasy world, where the main character discovers a magical creature known as the Moth Man. The story also includes a romantic subplot between the main character and a woman he meets in the fantasy world that will captivate readers.

  3. "The Kingkiller Chronicle" series by Patrick Rothfuss: This epic fantasy series is set in a medieval-inspired world and follows the story of a young man who becomes a legendary musician and magician. The series also includes romantic subplots between several of the main characters that will tug at readers' heartstrings.

  4. "The First Law" trilogy by Joe Abercrombie: Set in a medieval-inspired fantasy world, this trilogy follows the story of several characters, including a barbarian warrior and a cunning magician, as they navigate political intrigue and battle. The series also includes romantic subplots between several of the main characters that will leave readers breathless.

  5. "The Outlander" series by Diana Gabaldon: This historical fantasy series combines elements of both romance and fantasy as it follows the story of a woman who travels through time to 18th century Scotland and becomes embroiled in the Jacobite risings. The romance between the main characters is both passionate and heart-wrenching.

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