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The romance genre is popularly linked with young women and regarded as ‘chick-lit’.
But, who doesn’t like feeling warm and fuzzy? The second-hand embarrassment. The tension. The drama. Ufff.
Bridget Jones’ Diary by Helen Fielding
Bridget Jones is a klutz and constantly worries that she’ll die alone. She is a single thirty-something working woman. Wouldn’t you like to take a peek at her diary?
No Offense by Meg Cabot
It is the second book in the Little bridge Island series. A sweet simple romance between a children’s librarian and the town sheriff.
Can you keep a secret? by Sophie Kinsella
Emma Corrigan blurts out all her secrets to a handsome co-passenger on a turbulent flight. Little did she know that Jack Harper, a stranger who knows all her humiliating secrets, would walk through the door as the CEO.
The Hating Game by Sally Thorne
Lucy and Joshua hate each other’s guts or they seem to. Now, they are in the running for the same promotion. All along the tension between them is simmering. With a movie adaptation in the pipeline, you should pick it up soon.
Asking for Trouble by Elizabeth Young
Sophy Metcalfe, thirty and single, has always bragged about Dominic, her ideal boyfriend. The only problem? He doesn’t really exist. So she hires a male escort, Josh Carmichael, to accompany her to her young sister’s wedding.
Josh and Hazel’s Guide To Not Dating by Christina Lauren
Josh and Hazel have known each other since college but never ended up going out. Will things change ten years later?
The Right Swipe by Alisha Rai
Two rival dating app developers have undeniable tension in the boardroom as well as outside. A breezy summer read to leave your heart fluttering.
Kissing Quotient by Helen Hoang
Think Pretty Woman but gender-swapped. Stella Lane, an algorithm developer who has all the experience professionally but is a little inept at dating hires an escort to teach her all there is to know. But, will things remain strictly professional on both ends for long?
Kulti by Mariana Zapata
A 27-year-old Sal Casillas once practically worshipped the international soccer prodigy Reiner Kulti. He is set to coach her team. What could go wrong? First, that she had to go through the hardest break up because of him (that he is unaware of), and secondly, he works her up like no one else. Ideal if you like slow burn romances.
Beach Read by Emily Henry
Two writers who couldn’t be more different are staying in neighbouring beach houses for the next three months to deal with their respective writer’s block. One evening they challenge each other to switch their respective writing styles to get the creative juices flowing. Augustus has to come up with a happy novel and January with a literary fiction novel.
Take a Hint, Dani Brown by Talia Hibbert
Danika Brown has had it all with love. Now, she wants to focus on her academics and the professional front but wouldn’t mind a friend-with-benefits to relieve the tension. Zafir Ansari, a former rugby player and now a security guard saves her from a fire drill gone horribly wrong. A video from that day goes viral and people start shipping them together. They don’t deny it because Zaf could really use the publicity for his sports charity for children.
Meet Cute by Helena Hunting
We all like to watch those cheesy Hallmark movies once in a while. I know you will probably never admit it but you are not alone. Meet Cute is the perfect fix for this craving. Karilyn Flowers, though always calm and composed, loses her cool and turns into a teenage fangirl when she finds herself beside Daxton Hughes, a former actor. He asks her for her friendship and soon betrays her. Eight years later, he needs her legal counsel and she obliges.
The Proposal by Jasmine Guillory
Carlos Ibarra saves Nikole Paterson from a very embarrassing public scoreboard proposal at a Dodgers game. Both of them aren’t looking for anything so Nik doesn’t mind a rebound with the alluring doctor.
The Happy Ever After Playlist by Abby Jimenez
Sloan Monroe, two years after losing her fiance, has not fully recovered. But, crossing paths with a puppy’s pleading eyes change everything for her. After weeks of unanswered texts, Tucker’s owner, a musician on tour, reaches out. A fateful meeting. Will she give love a chance?
The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams
Gavin Scott, a renowned sportsman, has recently discovered that his wife Thea has been faking her sexual satisfaction and throws a fit. Thea asks for a divorce as this was enough to break their already strained relationship.
Gavin enlists the help of The Bromance Book Club, a secret romance reading club of Nashville’s top alpha men, to set aside his pride and win back his wife’s trust and love.
Which one will you be picking up to beat the blues?