Another year with my head stuck in a book... using an e-reading app, same thing. Before we begin, I’d like to bring out two honorable mentions which were a hair from making this list. Neighbors Like That by Carina Taylor (How can you not? It’s a flirty prank war between two feuding neighbors), and Blind Date With A Billionaire Single Dad by Evangeline Kelly (It’s an endearing tale showing how far a mother’s love will go to reunite with her child).
These novels are not in order to preference partly because I enjoyed them for different reasons and ALL five of them are available through Kindle Unlimited.
By Lindsay Buroker
Who doesn’t love a good bodyguard forbidden romance story involving space knights? I read much of Lindsay’s work in this past year including her Emperor’s Edge and the Agents of the Crown Series. This is a neat side-story set in the same universe as her Star Kingdom series. Lindsay has mastered the slow-burn, so it was a great relief to read a steamy standalone.
2.Saved By The Prince
By Michelle Pennington
Perhaps you love an endearing damsel in distress romance? In that case, check out Michelle’s royal addition to her Rich and Famous series. A fashion designer and a prince, that would make for one fabulous wedding wouldn’t it? Maybe it’s because I sew, but I liked the jargon that went with this one.
3.The Unbelievable, Inconceivable, Unforeseeable Truth About Ethan Wilder
By Cookie O’Gorman
I pulled an all-nighter reading this one. I had my suspicions for the mystery, but I had to know whether or not I was right. Cookie’s books are guaranteed entertainment. I especially love how Cookie used the stereotypes of a pastor’s child, something I relate to.
4.Rule #5 You Can’t Trust The Bad Boy
By Anne-Marie Meyer
A lot can happen in one day, so is the case for the young couple in this story. Anne-Marie did an excellent job using the rich girl, poor boy trope. Again this was another book, I could not put down until it was finished.
5.The Billionaire’s Conflict
By Johanna Evelyn
I love this series! And rumor has it; she’s releasing more in the New Year. When it comes to billionaire romances which are a dime a dozen, this is a must-read. The pain these characters feel as their friendship is twisted... I don’t want to give anything away, but Johanna writes unforgettable swoon worthy characters—even when they’re at their worst, she causes us fall in love with them flaws and all.