In The Man Ban by Nicola Marsh, Harper’s been on a self-imposed man ban – no flirting, hookups, or dating. She’s focusing on her career as a food stylist. And then she meets Manny.
While We Were Dating is book 6 in Jasmine Guillory’s The Wedding Date series. Reading this contemporary romance is like being cuddled in a cashmere robe while eating something decadent and chocolatey. It’s soft, warm, and comforting while also feeling indulgent.
Casey McQuiston’s second book, One Last Stop, is nothing but love and soul in this incredible found family, new adult romance.
A Lowcountry Bride is a heartwarming own voices story with likable and relatable characters. It’s about unexpected loss, grieving and taking steps to heal and still having the strength to pursue your dreams.
Bestselling author Dana Mentink debuts a new culinary cozy series, the Ice Cream Shop Mystery with Pint of No Return. This has all of the delicious elements for a fun series.
If you enjoy witty banter, strong competent women, slow burn, fake marriage, oops there’s only one bed romances, How to Find a Princess by Alyssa Cole is for you.
While promoted as a romance, Happy Endings, Thien-Kim Lam’s debut is also about strong women supporting each other, sex positivity, and what gentrification does to small, minority-owned businesses.
The Chosen and the Beautiful is Nghi Vo’s debut novel. This retelling of The Great Gatsby dazzles with its luxuriously louche writing.
Arsenic and Adobo by Mia P. Manansala is a fast-paced debut cozy mystery that will make you laugh, cringe, and salivate simultaneously.