Romance Novels come in all shapes and sizes. The commonality of all romance is a focus on the romantic love and the relationship between the two main characters with an ending that is happy. Below are some new titles which are examples of the different kinds of romance novels available to today’s reader.
Historical: The Highlander’s Bride by Amanda Forester: Forced to pose as a married couple to make their escape from France, Highlander Gavin Patrick and Lady Marie Colette find themselves thrown into peril… and each other’s arms.
Contemporary: Midnight Wrangler by Cat Johnson: The tender (and sizzling!) story of a widowed cowboy and the high school sweetheart he never forgot.
Paranormal: Autumn Thorns by Yasmine Galenorn: Spirit shaman, Kerris Fellwater has the responsibility to drive the dead back to their graves. With the help of her mysterious neighbor Bryan, she begins to unravel the story behind her mother’s disappearance.
Suspense: Primal Force by D. D. Ayres: When unseen enemies start hunting down service dog trainer Jori Garrison, Military Police veteran, Lauray “Law” Batisse and his new K-9 partner might be her only hope… to survive.
Inspirational: The Brontë Plot by Katherine Reay: After rare-books dealer, Victoria Seward’s unorthodox behavior ruins her relationship with her boyfriend James, she travels to England, does some soul-searching and realizes something has to change.
For additional reading suggestions, stop by the library’s Information Desk to learn about:
• NextReads, monthly eNewsletters on romance and other genres
• Novelist, an online readers’ advisory resource
• Readers’ Advisory Bookmarks
• Best Selling Authors’ Lists