Holmbo Posted October 10, 2021 Share Posted October 10, 2021 I realized that two books I've both read fairly recently have aromantic characters: A lady's guide to petticoats and piracy has an aromantic and asexual main character. Her life goal is to become a doctor which is hindered by the fact she lives in the 1700s. The midnight bargain has an aromantic side character. It's a fantasy story about two women who try to avoid marriage, because of they get married they are not allowed to practice magic. The main character is in love with a guy and is torn between wanting to be with him and not wanting to marry. The other woman is aromantic and want to spend her life researching magic. I like that both these characters are clearly stated to be aromantic, even though the word of aromantic doesn't exist in their societies. Have you read any books recently with aromantic characters? 9 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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