While some might think that writing romantic fiction is easy, there is an art to making a story that captivates readers and keeps them coming back for more.
As J. D. Edwin explains,
Tension is created when your characters have an object of desire but there are obstacles preventing them from reaching it. The obstacles cause frustration, anger, and fear. And from there, a story is born.
She offers three elements to help authors build romantic tension in this article: