Romance Novels

Are you looking for an adult romance? This section should be your first stop to get the ins and outs of romance novels with an adult twist. Some of them are definitely for the 18+ crowd with more in-depth sex scenes, though there may be some from time to time, which cut away from the moment at hand, focusing more on the sweet side of romance. Come one, come all, to get your contemporary romance taste satisfied.

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Make Up Break Up by Lily Menon

Annika can’t help but find herself getting flashbacks to their week together last summer when Hudson shows up at her yoga studio. You get the idea. The thing is, even though she “hates” him, she is also certain he is more than the unfeeling person who found himself creating an app like Break Up. While this certainty that draws her closer to Hudson at every turn, the chemistry they share sizzles off the page even though the really steamy stuff doesn’t happen until three-quarters of the way through the book. Read more →

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I Hate You, Fuller James by Kelly Anne Blount

I haven’t read a Crush title in several years, but when Kelly Anne Blount asked whether I’d like to read I Hate You, Fuller James, I knew I had to say yes. In the past, the short and sweet YA romance novels that characterize the Crush brand were the kind of cotton candy reads that I delighted in picking up. After reading a particularly dark book for review, I knew that Blount’s novel would be exactly what I needed to get back to my happy place, and I was right. Read more →

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Something to Talk About by Meryl Wilsner

In the Hollywood world where the #MeToo movement is alive and well, but, so too, is the reason the very same movement is necessary, Something to Talk About was a breath of fresh air. Yes, this is a workplace romance that is rife with drama, especially of the tabloid kind, but it’s not—in any way—the creepy kind. This isn’t about the creepy, older boss hitting on her assistant…whether or not the assistant was interested. Rather, it’s a very slow burn romance that starts off merely as a great showrunner-assistant relationship on the set of the tv show where they met, The Innocents. However, when Jo invites Emma to the SAG Awards as a buffer from the uncomfortable questions she expected to have to face from journalists and the paparazzi over her upcoming job on a movie script, they capture an image that—out of context—looked romantic. Read more →

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Undercover Bromance (Bromance Book Club, #2) by Lyssa Kay Adams

Buy Undercover Bromance Special price: $12.80 Regular price: $16.00 Publisher: Berkley Format: Paperback Reviewer: Melissa on July 10, 2020 Rating: 4 out of 5 stars I don’t typically read the description of a book—anyone who reads my reviews regularly would know this. Even though I didn’t read the description for Lyssa Kay Adams‘ Undercover Bromance, in hindsight, I knew that Liv and Mack would be… Read more →