Lauren Blakely is my go-to romantic comedy audio listen from her stellar choice in narrators to her feel-good stories with relatable characters. If you love enemies to lovers and adorable tug at your heart romance, you will love Never Have I Ever.
Heidi’s Guide to Four Letter Words written by Tara Sivec and Andi Arndt who also narrates the book was an absolute hoot don’tcha know!
How To Love a Duke in Ten Days by Kerrigan Byrne is the first in the Devil You Know series featuring feisty redheaded friends and the men who claim their hearts. The tale delivered suspense, swoons, depth and heat.
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.