If you’re looking for an #OwnVoices YA title with a softly whimsical slice of life narrative, pick up Made in Korea— it’s a good pick for a light weekend read with a hint of romance.
The first book in author Effie Kammenou’s Meraki series, Love is What You Bake of it features sweet treats, nods to Greek-American culture, and a delicious romance that’ll warm your heart and bring a blush to your cheeks.
In an incredibly moving chronicle of love, hope, desperation, and perseverance, a young North Korean couple risks life and limb to escape the country and reunite. It begs the question: What would you be willing to do in order to survive?
A Girl Like You is an enjoyable romp that reels you into Jessica’s slice of post-menopausal singledom— online dating disasters, sexual triumphs, and all.
Second First Impressions is a delightful slice of warm, indulgent romance, featuring a sexy and sociable male lead, endangered tortoises, meddling friends, a touch of family baggage, and of course, a female protagonist who has no idea just how much she has to offer.
In The Beautiful Ones, Moreno-Garcia’s writing casts a spell over the reader, whispering lyrical claim to deeper, darker emotions— while maintaining a gaze firmly fixed on the plot’s meaningful advancement.
Take this at face value, no need to dig too deep: Happy Endings is a sexy, steamy Erotica novel, so if you like hot scenes and you’ve got the room on your list for a fast evening read, this is for sure worth a download.
Verity, a Romantic Suspense Thriller by author Colleen Hoover, is the type of story that creeps its creepy little way to the darkest corners of your mind, digging its claws in and sticking there, keeping you in thrall well after you’ve finished the last sentence. You’ll be left breathless, not necessarily because of how twisted the story… Continue reading Verity by Colleen Hoover
Set in 1930s England, A Bright Young Thing follows socialite Astra Davies as she navigates her way through the fallout of her parents’ deaths— and the resulting financial ruin she finds herself in. With a nemesis, societal pressures, freshly unburied family secrets, and quickly dwindling funds, Astra faces many problems but not a lot of time to… Continue reading A Bright Young Thing by Brianne Moore
Love Lettering by Kate Clayborn is the type of novel that lends itself nicely to a rom-com movie adaptation. The heroine, Meg, seems to pretty much always be in her feelings, and her self-deprecating monologuing is both hilarious and poignant. Adding delightful characterization and setting the ambiance are Clayborn’s bright and bouncy portrayals of Meg’s visual relationship… Continue reading Love Lettering by Kate Clayborn