“Loved you yesterday, love you still, always have, always will.” Elaine Davis’s quote perfectly matches our theme for this month. Love is in the air! Today, we celebrate Valentine’s Day 2023 and a perfect gift on this day is a book filled with love!
We share with you 14 Romance Books to read and gift this Valentine’s Day to keep the spark of love afresh.
1. Powerless by Elsie Silver
Two childhood friends. Two broken hearts. One impromptu road trip to get away from everything. That’s all this was supposed to be. After all, I’ve been living in the friend zone for years now.
2. Back in a Spell by Lana Harper
A magical romantic comedy sparkling with spells and witchcraft.
3. Secretly Yours by Tessa Bailey
Like the flowers she plants all over town, Hallie is a burst of color in Julian’s gray-scale life. For a man who irons his socks and runs on tight schedules, her sunny chaotic energy makes zero sense. But there’s something so familiar about her… and her very presence is turning his world upside down.
4. Just My Type by Falon Ballard
With their careers on the line, Seth and Lana’s chemistry is just as combative – and undeniable – as ever. But when these two square off, it’s not only their careers on the line – it’s also their hearts.
5. For Her Consideration by Amy Spalding
Between reconnecting with her old crew and working on a new script, a relationship with a movie star seems like something she’ll definitely mess up—but what could be more worth the risk?
6. End of Story by Kylie Scott
Things go from awkward to unbelievable when Lars discovers a divorce certificate hidden in a wall and dated ten years in the future – with both their names on it. It couldn’t possibly be real…could it? As Susie and Lars work to unravel the document’s origins, the impossibility of a spark between them suddenly doesn’t seem so far-fetched. But would a relationship between them be doomed before it’s even begun?
7. Radiant Sin by Katee Robert
There’s nowhere more dangerous than Olympus…and no one more captivating than its golden god: Apollo. Keeper of secrets, master of his shining realm…and the only man I am powerless to deny.
8. Take the Lead by Alexis Daria
From Alexis Daria, author of the critically acclaimed, international bestseller You Had Me at Hola, comes a fun, sexy romance set against a reality dance show.
9. The Chemistry of Love by Sariah Wilson
True love requires a little research and development in a funny, heart-racing romance by Sariah Wilson, the bestselling author of The Paid Bridesmaid.
10. Things We Hide From The Light by Lucy Score
Police Chief Nash Morgan is known for two things: being a good guy and the way his uniform accentuates his rear end.
But two bullets put a dent in his Southern charm and now he’s facing a criminal still on the loose and a town full of citizens that consider the law more of a ‘guideline’. The last thing he needs is the leggy, smart-mouthed Lina Solavita moving in next door, making him feel things he doesn’t have the energy to feel.
11. Praise by Sara Cate
She’s a good girl, but she’s falling for the wrong man.
12. Loathe to Love You by Ali Hazelwood
Three irresistible short stories by the global phenomenon Ali Hazelwood, now available together in paperback for the first time, with an exclusive bonus chapter.
13. Bright Lights by Katrina Jackson
Before Asif was a devastatingly handsome, albeit emotionally careless, spy and Chanté had yet to become the in-demand hacker with a lot of dancing on the side, he was a newbie agent with a lot to prove and she was dreaming about what it would be like to have all eyes on her.
14. Isha, Unscripted by Sajni Patel
Unwilling to yield to familial expectations, an aspiring screenwriter attempts to pursue her dreams during an unforgettable night of chaos in this hilarious and heartfelt novel by Sajni Patel.
With this, we compile a list of 14 Romance Books to Read this Valentine’s Day 2023. Which one is your favorite?
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