If you liked Wraith Kings, have you read the rest of Draven's stuff? Entreat Me and The Master of Crows also have the dual POVs of the male and female character.
C.L. Wilson has the Tairen Soul books which you mentioned, and also The Winter King, which has the dual POV.
Lois McMaster Bujold's Sharing Knife quartet has a very prominent romance (especially in the first two books) and features the POVs of both main characters. In her Chalion series, The Curse of Chalion follows a male MC; the romance is cute but only a small part of the story. This is an amazing fantasy novel, though.
The second Kushiel trilogy (Kushiel's Scion, Kushiel's Justice, Kushiel's Mercy) follows a male protagonist and the romance is very prominent. Bear in mind there is some BDSM content and the first book in particular is a bit dark because Imriel is dealing with some trauma he suffered as a child. Unlike the others, this is 1st person and so exclusively his POV.
If you don't mind M/M romance, there's Mélusine by Sarah Monette (first of a 4-book series, a bit dark), and The Captive Prince trilogy by C.S. Pacat (slow burn romance).
The Golem and the Jinni by Helene Wecker has a male POV, but the romance is very subtle compared to the other books I've listed, not what I would consider fantasy romance. Great book, though.