In Christina Lee’s adult contemporary romance debut, Two of Hearts, former sweethearts are brought together under tragic circumstances. However, they are soon discover the beauty of getting a second chance with the one that got away.
“Time is precious. Waste it wisely.” Haddie Montgomery can’t forget those words after her beloved sister dies, but she can’t get far enough past her grief to think about anything more than the next moment. In K. Bromberg’s Slow Burn, burying the pain of loss in a whirl of high spirits, stiff drinks and hot sex is Haddie’s modus operandi—at least at first.
This month's best new romances include a rough-and-tumble tale set in Texas, nail-biting suspense and a cheeky historical.
This month's best new romances feature an introspective historical novel, unexpected passion between reunited friends and the first in a sizzling new paranormal series.
This month's best new romances include a friendship taken to the next level, a romantic suspense featuring NSA black ops and an earl tries to find love without his title.
Our Top Pick in Romance for February is Karen Rose's newest romantic suspense, Watch Your Back. While Baltimore detective and single mother Stevie Mazzetti is still recovering from a gunshot wound, she discovers that she's the target of a very persistent killer. When the clues lead Stevie to believe the trouble might be coming from inside her own department, she enlists the help of a sharp-minded former Marine, Clay Maynard.
Sharon Sala writes a charming story about a second chance at life and love in The Curl Up and Dye.When LilyAnn Bronte lost her high school sweetheart 11 years ago, she became mired in grief. But now, at 28, the sound of a hot-rod engine awakens her to all that’s wrong with her existence. Is the newcomer behind the wheel the next man of her dreams? Her neighbor and best friend, Mike Dalton, sure hopes not. Owner of the town’s fitness center, Mike’s been in love with LilyAnn forever, but she’s never considered him to be romance material.
On a mission to make amends to his best friend’s widow, Lord Ian Blake leaves India and returns to Victorian England in Maire Claremont’s atmospheric The Dark Lady. But he discovers Lady Eva Carin—with whom he grew up—has lived in a madhouse for more than a year, sent there by her brother-in-law after becoming dangerously distraught following the death of her...
A Regency-era princess on the brink of an arranged marriage briefly escapes her royal fetters in The Princess and the Peer by Tracy Anne Warren. As her betrothal nears, Princess Emmaline travels alone to London, intending to surprise a former teacher. When Emma is robbed by thieves, she turns to a handsome nobleman who offers aid, and she moves into his home, pretending to be a governess. Nick,...
Spinster Penelope Marbury reconnects with her childhood friend and the man of her dreams in Sarah MacLean’s A Rogue by Any Other Name. Ten years after losing everything in a card game, the Marquess of Bourne has the opportunity to regain his family’s land—if he marries Lady Penelope. Once wed, Penelope comes to understand that she is part of a larger revenge plot, but that...