Tuesday 11 February 2020


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February 11th: Romantic Reads Recommendations

I meant to do it with covers, but arghh, my laptop died on me yesterday (not to worry, I just had to charge it, but still). It did not get done then and now I am in a hurry.

This is so hard because I am not going through all my books. But then it does feel like a shame not to mention earlier ones, but then I am so uncomfortable cos Luci refuses to leave my lap.

Wolf Rain by Nalini Singh, if you are in the mood for pnr and some hot psy-wolf action
Hot and badgered by Shelley Laurenston, for some funny pnr where everyone is insane

Any historical romance that is decent enough is always filled with feel good romance to me!

Can I just say Grace Draven and Jeffe Kennedy for fantasy romance?!

Heidi's guide to four letter words by Tara Sivec and Andi Arndt. Omg LOL! Funny contemporary romance

Rebel Hard by Nalini Singh, cos she can write everything!

Irresistible you by Kate Meader for some sports romance

Through the fire by Kate Ruggle for some romantic suspense, and trust me, you do not want to live in those mountains. Crazy stuff happens!

I did mention a few so that is good enough,

OH! ANY decent PP variation always gives me the feels :)


  1. I'll pick any of them. They are all so good.

  2. I don't read much romance so can't come up with any recommendations. Thanks for your list.

  3. I haven't read any of those but we tend to read different kinds of books.

  4. I'm horrible at remembering what I've read lol but I did manage to come up with several for this list.

    Heidi was cute.

    Karen @ For What It's worth

  5. Nice! I also put up Heidi's Guide. You are the reason I listened to that one. Brilliant!

  6. Anything by Nalini Singh, Katie Ruggle or Kate Meader is usually a hit. Great choices! :)

  7. "hot psy-wolf action" woot!!

  8. Wolf Rain did give me lots of feels. Love Katie Ruggle stories and you're right to put a warning label on her Rocky Mountains. LOL
    Fun list. I still need to read the Tara Sivec/Andi Arndt.

    1. Aww the feels!

      Right! That place is INSANE. Poor town, poor people living there

      You really must, LISTEN

  9. I don't think I have too many recommendations since I don't read much romance, they're usually a mix of scifi/fantasy with a love story. Though I have to say I do like Grace Draven!

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum



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