Genre: Contemporary Romance

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Miss Fortune by Aubrey Bondurant

Miss Fortune by Aubrey Bondurant

  Insert awwwwwing gif here. Are you in the mood for a super cute and definitely sweet romance with a side of sexy? Miss Fortune will tick all your boxes. Caleb and Daisy seem like complete opposites on paper, and even though opposites do attract (and boy do they!) it’s when they start to get… Read more »

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The Invitation by Vi Keeland

The Invitation by Vi Keeland

  This was just what I needed right this moment. A fun, sexy, fluffy read with no angst and loads of fun. Did I see all the “twists” coming from a mile away? Yes, I did. Did that lessen my enjoyment of the story? Not even a little bit. Stella is a perfume maker with… Read more »

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Souls by Brynne Asher

Souls by Brynne Asher

  Ms. Asher charmed the socks off me again with this action-packed, scorching hot fairytale 2.0. She’s the only one who could make me fall in love with an influencer and make her worthy of Ozzy’s love by the end of it. Ozzy was definitely the protective knight in shiny armor, and though Liyah was… Read more »

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Totally Folked by Penny Reid

Totally Folked by Penny Reid

One unforgettable night leads to an unlikely shared connection, and unlikely connections never go unnoticed by the good folks in Green Valley, Tennessee. . . Totally Folked an all-new small town romantic comedy filled with humor and heart from New York Times bestselling author Penny Reid is available now!     Did I love Jackson… Read more »

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For Lucy by Jewel E. Ann

For Lucy by Jewel E. Ann

  Loved it! Jewel E. Ann’s ability to take me by surprise with her stories has secured her place as one of my auto-buy authors. Experience has taught me to check out a synopsis for a book beforehand and For Lucy’s synopsis intrigued me, especially the suggested promise of a dark and angsty read. A… Read more »

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Damaged by Layla Frost

Damaged by Layla Frost

  I just read a review that said this book should come with a warning. And I’d like to first and foremost point out that Damaged does, indeed, come with a warning. It’s right there at the end of the blurb: “this romance deals with seriously heavy topics, such as depression, anxiety, violence and self-harm.”… Read more »

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Marriage and Murder by Penny Reid

Marriage and Murder by Penny Reid

“Here.” Cletus suddenly appeared, looking devilishly handsome in the dim light and seemingly all put back together—like we’d been in here holding hands instead of. . . ANYWAY. He held out my underwear. His eyes were bright even in shadow, and I could see they were half-lidded as they lazily trailed over me. He looked… Read more »

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Write Before Christmas by Julie Hammerle

Write Before Christmas by Julie Hammerle

  Disclaimer: There is absolutely no sex to be witnessed by the reader in this story. Let’s start from the beginning, Write before Christmas was a fun, entertaining read I enjoyed very much. It’s not strictly speaking a “clean romance” but let’s just say when the sex finally happens it falls in the “and they… Read more »

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The Mistletoe Trap by Cindi Madsen

The Mistletoe Trap by Cindi Madsen

  I’m going to be real here, I usually avoid the friends-to-lovers trope like the plague exactly because of this: “She couldn’t stand the idea of losing Gavin as a friend. Almost as much as she couldn’t stand the idea of going their whole lives without testing how good they could truly be together.” OMG,… Read more »

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Scars by Brynne Asher

Scars by Brynne Asher

  I won’t pretend that by this point I’m a huuuge Brynne Asher fan. Her alpha males and sassy heroines always hit the right spot for me, and Scars was no different. We’ve met our couple, Bella and Cole in the previous installments, although Carson was only a faceless CIA voice for me. I must… Read more »

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