Romance Reads For Readers Who…
In case the approach of Valentine’s Day is putting you in the mood, we’ve rounded up romance reads for every kind of romantic. Whether you like it clean, or steamy, enjoy something poignant and tragic, or crave a quintessential rom-com plot, you’ll find the perfect Valentine’s Day read below. Go ahead and fall in love.
“Ms Billington is both witty and wilful and in love with her heroine. It is exhilarating fun.” – Fay Weldon
One year into her marriage to Mr. Knightley, tragedy falls into Emma’s narrow and comfortable world. She finds she must deal with the fallout, and learn to gain Knightley’s trust as a woman and not just a charming young girl.
“Even the snow-laden atmosphere does nothing to cool the passions in this steamy story of sex, snow-ploughing and chalet girls.” – Marie Claire
Flora lets her fiancé cajole her into a ski trip with eight of his appalling friends, and so begins an extraordinary week of drama, danger, thrills and spills, passion, violence, tears, tantrums, sordid secrets – and unexpected romance. After which, nothing will be quite the same again.
When Moya returns to her hometown in search of revenge, love is the last thing she thought she’d find…
It’s been ten years since Moya left Tollminster, her happy childhood in ruins. And now she’s back. Taking a job in Ross Penrose’s florist shop, she intends to play out a subtle revenge against him. So she’s totally unprepared when love threatens to bloom between them.
“I devoured The Lost Letter… An intriguing and very personal story of resistance.” – Georgia Hunter, New York Times bestselling author of We Were the Lucky Ones
This historical novel of love and survival is inspired by real resistance workers during World War II Austria, and the mysterious love letter that connects generations of Jewish families. A heart-breaking, heart-warming read for fans of The Nightingale, Lilac Girls, and Sarah’s Key.
Evie was divorced with three young children and Owen was widowed with two of his own when they were introduced by friends.
There was no attraction between them, but as working single parents they decided to set up house together as a practical solution to the very real day-to-day problem of childcare. Now the last child has flown the nest, and it’s time for them to ditch their unconventional setup, just as they had always planned. But how easy is it going to be to cut such strong ties?
Can Pamela and her brother rebuild their lives on the beaches of Cape Cod?
When their world suddenly collapses, Pamela and her brother move into their late grandmother’s cottage on Cape Cod and open a restaurant. Things are going well until their father’s ex-wife drags them to court and they’re faced with the prospect of losing everything. Then fate plays its part, throwing together Pamela and lawyer Scott Mallory at a Thanksgiving dinner.
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