No problem. It'll be a snap.
I dove right in and drowned.
I wrote the scene, rewrote, and quit. I had no idea it would be so difficult. The scenes I'm talking about are the sweet boy-meets-girl, boy-loses-girl, boy-gets-girl kind of thing. This was just the first meeting where I had to show their instant attraction.
How the heck was I going to tackle a whole, slowly blooming romance if I couldn't even write a first meeting?
If an author wants to write a genre then the writer needs to read, read, read the genre. That's the advice I followed when learning to write mystery/suspense and thrillers. I pulled out my kindle.
I downloaded some romances and a friend loaned two from her kindle archives. For the past week I've been reading, studying, and marvelling at the techniques. No wonder there are devotees of the romance genre. One was so great, I forgot to study and became totally involved with the main character.
Will I find it easier to write those scenes? I hope so.
Romance Writers, I salute you!