With well-executed tropes, Mimi Matthews’ The Belle of Belgrave Square has much of what makes a historical romance a joy to read.
A Day Until Forever by Erin Langston is a sweet and spicy autumn novella that hits all the right marks a memorable historical romance should.
Written by Marissa Meyer, The Lunar Chronicles is a fairytale retelling series with twists, heists, and excellent relationships.
When In Rome by Sarah Adams tells a precious, hilariously heartwarming story that fans of Roman Holiday will undoubtedly adore.
A Duel With the Vampire Lord by Elise Kova is the newest stand-alone in her Married To Magic series.
B.K. Borison’s Mixed Signals, like the stories that have come before it, lands itself in the five-star category.
The Princess and The Scoundrel by Beth Revis gives readers the Han Solo and Leia Organa love story we’ve been waiting for.
Full of witchcraft, adventure, romance, action, and the found family trope, Serpent & Dove by Shelby Mahurin is a must-read trilogy.
Daisy Jones & The Six is intimate, achingly haunting at times, and intrinsically evocative with its stylistic approach.
Following London Kelley and Drew Sullivan’s story, Farrah Rochon’s The Hookup Plan brings The Boyfriend Project to a fantastic conclusion.
Padawan by Kiersten White brings to readers a careful examination of the anxious thoughts of Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Brotherhood by Mike Chen explores the events of Cato Neimoidia while bringing Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker closer.
The Cheat Sheet by Sarah Adams is a delightful romantic comedy that follows Bree Camden and Nathan Donelson in a friends-to-lovers journey.
By The Book by Jasmine Guillory is the Beauty and the Beast-inspired romance novel we didn’t know we needed.
Under One Roof by Ali Hazelwood is a charming novella that’s bound to leave readers wanting more from the STEMinist series.
‘Book Lovers’ by Emily Henry is a Delightful Trope-Filled Romance and an Exploration of Familial Grief
‘Book Lovers’ by Emily Henry is an exploration of grief, and Charlie and Nora’s love story is a delightful trope-filled romance.
In the Weeds by B.K. Borison is the second chance, grump and sunshine romance we’ve all been waiting for. Beckett and Evie are, in short, everything.
Mimi Matthews’ newest title, The Siren of Sussex, published earlier this year, is a delight!
Harper St. George’s third novel in The Gilded Heiresses series, The Lady Tempts an Heir, is finally here, and it’s remarkable in storytelling.
The debut novel by Ali Hazelwood, The Love Hypothesis, is a charming, descriptive narrative that will draw you in straight away.