To Love and to Loathe is an enemies-to-lovers Regency romance. While it’s the second book in a series, I read it without first reading To Have and to Hoax and never felt lost. I don’t usually read historical romances but this adorable cover drew me right in.
Vanessa Yu’s Magical Tea Shop by Roselle Lim is a lushly decriptive contemporary romance combing descriptions of tea, food and romance.
Kiss My Cupcake is a meet-cute, enemies to lovers, culinary romance. Blaire’s new shop is going to succeed despite her swoony competition
I saw Deal with the Devil described as Orphan Black meets the post-apocalyptic and knew I had to read it. Plus- mercenary librarians?! What’s not to love?
Red, White & Royal Blue isn’t a new book but it was a favorite read from earlier this year. So if you enjoy romances, you’ve got to try it.
Crushing It is about Sierra overcoming her fear of public speaking by entering a journal slam at a local bar. And maybe finding love along the way.
One to Watch is about Bea, a plus-size blogger who goes on a romance reality show to show body positivity, boost her career, and just maybe find true love.
Sara Desai’s The Marriage Game is a fabulous diverse, sexy romcom full of sweet and sexy banter, drool-worthy food descriptions, quirky family members, and fun Bollywood references.
Thanks to social media, three women discover they’ve been dating the same lowlife guy. My review of The Boyfriend Project.