Seduced by a Scot by Julia London
Ever wonder what your favorite authors are reading? We sure have. And because we can’t abide a mystery, we went ahead and asked them. You’re welcome.
Today, we’re featuring reads as recommended by the fabulous Kristen Ashley. Get your 1-clicking fingers ready, folks!
It probably doesn’t feel like it when you’re going through a divorce, but it’s truly not the end of the world. In fact, maybe it’s just the beginning of bigger, better, wonderful things. With that in mind, here are our picks for the top 11 romance novels that prove life after divorce really IS worth living.
When We Kiss by Tia Louise
Healer's Need by Rhenna Morgan
The last time we talked about laugh-out-loud paranormal romance, y’all had so many great suggestions for additions that I immediately added a crap-ton of books to my TBR list. And since I’ve now worked my way through that list, I thought we were due for an updated “laugh-out-loud paranormal romance” list this week. So, here are our picks for 11 hilarious, low-angst paranormal romance reads that’ll have you LOLing all over town. Enjoy!
(And yes, it’s arguable that one of these—I’ll let you figure out which one—is urban fantasy or mystery, not paranormal romance. But the story has a strong romantic element in it as a major plot line, so I’m claiming it for the romance genre. It’s also important to remember that no one is the boss of me and this is my list, so I’ll add whatever books I want to add. So there. That said, let’s be adults about this and not engage in a romance/not romance debate. The list is just for fun—and binge-reading.)
Semi-Obsessed by Isabel Jordan
Her Cherry by Penelope Bloom
Fire of the Dreki by LE Wilson
Protecting Abigail by RR Banks
The 12 type of romance heroines I HATE
Last week, I outed the romance heroes I wanted to nut-punch. This week, it’s the heroines’ turn. (Only, you know, without the nut-punching). So, without further ado, here are the heroines I pretty much never want to see again. Like, ever:
I’ve been saying FOREVER that we need more diversity in romance. And the books on today’s “best of” list? They’re just a few of the reasons why. These awesome reads prove that romance doesn’t have to be between two white people. (Crazy idea, right?) Oh, and in addition to featuring some diversity, they’re crazy good. So, enjoy!
Rush by Emma Scott
His Banana by Penelope Bloom
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