Then I wrote Snapshots and OMG I had no idea what genre it fit into. Cyc had super powers, but he wasn't a vampire or werewolf. There were sci-fi elements in the story, but only at the very end. It wasn't until someone suggested Speculative Fiction that I had a genre to put the book in––even though I had no idea what the genre was and the definition I looked up felt vague.
Other books presented similar problems. Abducted Life is like a sci-fi romance. Path of Angels is Urban Fantasy, but one book has a M/M romance, two are F/M, and in the last book, romance really isn't super important. It's there, but at one point falls by the way side since they're trying to stop evil and you just don't have time for sex when saving the world. It's tricky to market that series because I know some fans of M/M aren't interested in F/M romances and visa versa.
I can't seem to write a story that fits neatly into genres. They're a mishmash or there are genre elements only in part of the book. I feel like I'm deceiving by blanketing my books in one or two genres.