A feisty heroine and a swoon-worthy protector go head-to-head, in Brazen and the Beast by Sarah MacLean. She hooked from the start and before their story came to a close, I laughed, cried, and swooned Thank you Sarah. May I have another?
The Golden Spider by Anne Renwick is a romantic steampunk filled with mystery, murder and a hero and heroine you’ll root for.
I read the synopsis for Crashing the A-List by Summer Heacock and thought the unique arrangement trope sounded like a fun summer romance. A sharp, witty, snappy and heartfelt romance that will leave you grinning.
The Lemon Sisters by Jill Shalvis takes us back to Wildstone in the third novel of the series. It offers a second chance romance, renews the bonds of sisterhood and there is personal growth for both Lemon sisters.
The Dating Proposal by Lauren Blakely was a sweet, sexy, adorkable story about two successful confident souls with trust issues who meet and find something more thanks to a precarious feline.