Compiled by popular request! Books where central romance/romantic pairings focus on between Asian/Asian, Asian/Asian-American, or Asian-American/Asian-American characters
1. Prophecy by Ellen Oh - romance (and developing love triangle) between Korean characters. Set in Ancient Korea and a historical fantasy read with elements of Korean mythology
2. The Fold by An Na - romance between Korean-American characters, and later on features a LGBTQ female Korean-American character.
3. Mismatch by Lensey Namioka - features a female Chinese-American and male Japanese-American pairing.
4. Nothing But the Truth [And A Few White Lies] by Justina Chen - romance between a female, mixed race white/Taiwanese-American character and a male Taiwanese-American character.
5. Girl Overboard* by Justina Chen - features a intra-POC romance between a Chinese-American female protagonist and a male Hispanic-American character.
6. If You Could Be Mine by Sarah Farizan - features a romance between two female Iranian characters.
7. Girl In Translation by Jean Kwok - romance and developing love triangle between Chinese-American characters.
8. Truly, Madly, Deeply by Faraaz Karzi - features a romance between Indian characters.
9. The Calligrapher’s Daughter by Eugenia Kim - features romance between Korean characters. Set in early 21st century Korea and spans several decades.
10. The Ghost Bride by Yangze Choo - features romance between Malaysian characters. Set in late 19th century Malaya.
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