Today is the day! The day of love! Yes, Valentine’s Day may be a massive conspiracy on the part of the candy and card companies to make a buck, but it’s one I’ve always bought into. There should be a day to celebrate all things romance, but if you’re feeling a bit “bah-humbug” on this holiday, have no fear. I have 5 romances that are even better than Valentine’s Day for you to fall in love with:
Cold-Hearted Rake, by Lisa Kleypas
A good rake always leaves me feeling romantic! Devon Ravenel is as notorious for his charm as he is for his bad-boy behavior. When he inherits a title—and all the debt that comes with it—he assumes responsibility for the late Earl’s widow, Kathleen (and her three sisters-in-law). Not used to the responsibility—or the emotions—that come with caring for others, Devon finds himself beginning to change into a man deserving of Kathleen’s love.
The Viscount Risks It All, by Erin Knightley
A Viscount with a broken heart after losing his first love to another man is given a second chance to win her back after she returns to Bath, brokenhearted and widowed. A classic romance with a miscommunication at its center: Felicity had no idea that Gavin loved her all those years ago…but has their chance at love been lost forever?
Second Position, by Katherine Locke
Second Position is a New Adult romance with so much angst that you’ll need a box of chocolate (and a box of tissues) at your side while reading. Best friends, ballet dancers, and former lovers Aly and Zed were torn apart by the ramifications of a terrible car accident—neither has been able to fully recover, physically or emotionally, from the devastation which ended both of their dancing careers. But when they reunite, can their renewed lust overcome the painful memories they share? Sexy and romantic in equal measure, you won’t be able to stop turning the pages.
Feversong, by Karen Marie Moning
Mac and Barrons are back in this thrilling conclusion to romance-pro Karen Marie Moning’s Fever series. When the dark magic of the Sinsar Dubh—an evil book with a mind to match—possesses our heroine, Mac, Barrons must journey to the Fae courts to find a way to save her…before the dark magic destroys his love, and his world.
Once Upon a Marquess, by Courtney Milan
Judith Worth hates Christian Trent—the Marquess of Ashford, and her first love who ruined her family’s business. But their torrid past comes to roost when Judith must rely on Christian to help her out of a mess…and winds up falling for the one man she should hate. This one is sure to make you believe in love again.
What novels have romanced you recently?