Olivia Dade gracefully tackles anxiety, fat phobia, and internalized shame in an accessible way that left me in tears, as well as peals of laughter. Spoiler Alert is a tour de force that I implore everyone to read, romance devotee or not.
Beach Read is, as the title suggests, the perfect beach read. Prepare for a roller coaster of emotions, a poignant tale on forgiveness, and spot-on humor that will make you burst out laughing. Outstanding.
When Bea, a plus-size fashion blogger, becomes the next lead on a dating show, her whole life flips upside down, and readers are along for the ride as she is thrust into the limelight. One to Watch is a self-aware novel that is fun, flirty, and perfect anyone who watches reality dating shows and is fed up with their lack of diversity.
Looking for a romance with a good dash of magical realism? Look no further than Yaffa S. Santos' delectable debut novel. Like an excellent meal, I ate A Taste of Sage up and was left with a smile on my face and a strong feeling of contentment.
Equal parts sweet, steamy, and savory—with a dash of bitterness: the perfect recipe for a romance novel.
Chock-full of sarcasm, wit, and emotional heft, Talia Hibbert delivers a home-run of a romance novel. Sexy and smart.
A charming historical romance that will transport you to mid-1800s London. The 400 pages flew by!
Sexy, charming, and wonderfully honest, Spun Out is my biggest surprise of 2020. Who knew a Western romance could be so hot and poignant? Consider my mind changed.
Evie Summers is determined to prove romantic comedies exist in real life, and she attempts to do so by orchestrating her own meet-cutes. Cue laugh-out-loud scenarios will leave wide smile on your face.
Local author Reese Ryan delivers with A Reunion of Rivals, a workplace second-chance romance that had me turning the pages as quickly as I could. The perfect romance novel if you want to escape into a world free of worries, and filled with happily-ever-afters and bourbon.
Boyfriend Material is the perfect book for fans of Red, White & Royal Blue and British humor. Add a fake-dating plot into the mix, and you've got a wonderfully charming novel you'll surely fly through.