In her debut proper (sweet) romance novel, Garriott shows us the freedom we achieve when we break the chains that bind us to the past and learn to accept love in the present.
In her latest work of fiction, Spielman takes us on an inspiring journey of self-discovery, in a setting rich with beauty and history.
Life happens, whether we like it or not. In her latest novel, Jill Shalvis teaches us how to make room in our crazy lives for love in all forms, and shows us what can happen when we choose to let love in.
In her contemporary romance, Shalvis shows us what it means to be smart, brave, and vulnerable enough to show up at love’s door.
In her new romance, Rai pulls us into the fictional world of two online dating app creators and rivals who might just be a perfect match.
By telling Roxana’s story, Weis gives us a glimpse into the life of a queen and presents an intriguing and unique take on the relationship between Alexander the Great and his Persian bride.
This fourth book in Trethewey’s series is a true escape, a journey that spans from Scotland to America and back again – complete with natural disasters, pirates and two hysterical characters that will keep you smiling the whole way through.
The heat wave plaguing D.C. isn’t all that’s hot about this book. Forget keeping you on the edge of your seat, Rushdan’s Every Last Breath will take you to the edge of a cliff and oh, what a fall.
Love, betrayal, duty and responsibility form the hallmark of The 19th Bladesman, an epic fantasy. Hartland introduces us to Telor, a land ruled by kings, queens, the gods they believe in, and the ones that have fallen.
The female owner of a club where pleasure and passion reign and a man bound by duty and obligation, come together in this tale about making a difference and instituting change.
Strong characters and solid structure make this story one that romance fans will love. In Nick and Mina, Carlyle has created two characters that complement each other perfectly. Or…do they?
The Women’s Rights Movement proves an effective backdrop for this sweet and smart historical romance. The way Rodale alludes to past events made this reluctant history student itch to do some post-read research.