BookBub stalker series
Ever wonder what your favorite authors are reading? Me, too. So, I did a little BookBub stalking and checked out their recommendations. Here’s what I found:
If you’re like me and a little part of your soul dies every time you read about a 40-something hero falling for a perky, perfect 18-year-old, then this list is for you. This is the ultimate younger man/older woman reading list. You’re welcome.
The Plus Ones by Kayley Loring
Home Game by Odette Stone
We’ve all played dump, date or marry at some point in our lives. It never really gets old, does it? With that in mind, we’ve got a good one for you. Which one of these urban fantasy/paranormal romance novel heroes would you dump, date, or marry? We’ve got our answers, even though it was anything but easy to decide (see below)...
Few things make me happier in romance novels than quirky, goofy, adorable heroines who don’t take themselves too seriously. This ULTIMATE list is for them. (And, you know, for all of you out there looking to add more books to your TBR lists. You’re welcome!)
Times Like These by Julia Wolf
Alaska Wild by Helena Newbury
Look, I’m generally not a fan of cheesy rom com movies. I’ve never been able to watch a Hallmark movie all the way through. But I’ve generally had better luck with Netflix movies. I mean, I did enjoy The Kissing Booth, based on the book by Beth Reekles, and I ADORED To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, based on the book by Jenny Han. So when I saw the promo for Falling Inn Love, I figured Netflix had earned the benefit of my doubt. (If I’m being honest, though, if I’d seen the premise on a Hallmark movie, I would’ve run the other way, screaming. But I digress...)
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Just because something is a cliche you’ve seen a million times doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a bad thing. That’s certainly the case of the old “there’s only one bed and these two people who are hopelessly attracted to each other now have to share it and pretend they aren’t hopelessly attracted to each other” trope. It’s something that makes me happy every time it comes up in a book or movie. With that in mind, here are a few of our all-time favorites.
Tumble Into Love by J.H. Croix
Hard Asset by Pamela Clare
There are very few things I even watch on TV anymore. Why? Because it seems like lately, when I love a TV show, it comes to a horrible, horrible end. Sometimes the ending is so horrible that it negates everything I enjoyed about the show in the first place and I feel like I’ve wasted years of my life fangirling for no good reason at all. I’m actually TERRIFIED that Supernatural is ending this year because what will become of my precious Dean??? So, with that in mind, I’ve come up with this list of the WORST TV endings that need to be rewritten by romance authors ASAP—because let’s face it, romance authors know how to give good ending.
Every romance reader knows that book slumps happen. There are just times when you can’t find a book you love. So, what’s a bookworm to do? You re-read an old favorite, of course! Nothing breaks a book slump like re-reading an old favorite. And today we’re featuring some of our all-time favorite contemporary romance re-reads. Enjoy!
And stay tuned for more re-read all-time favorite lists in the weeks to come…
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