-- See Also Erotic fiction Use for works that are characterized by treatment of sexual love in more or less explicit detail. The sexual element is made a portion of the aesthetic, thematic, or moral aspect of the work; that is, it exists as a contributing part to some other objective than titillation or sexual arousal.
-- See Also Love stories Use for works dealing primarily with romantic love.
-- See Also Spy stories Use for fiction dealing with espionage, secret agents and with secret service agencies. Writers in this genre include Len Deighton, Ian Fleming and John Le Carr.
-- See Also the broader term Suspense fiction Use for works whose prime purpose is to produce a feeling of frightened anticipation. These works may contain secondary elements, espionage, romance, or psychology.