Weekly New Releases: April 12
Being a romance reader comes with many perks. Chief among which is the sheer number of books we get to look forward to every single week. But there’s a downside to all that choice: the decision paralysis that comes with trying to pinpoint exactly where to start. And, seeing as we are in the business of books—specifically romance books—it seemed wise to take the time to sort through the pile and try to bring some organization to it. For you, of course. This is a purely altruistic act. So, read on to see what books are on offer this week, and what tropes and subgenres they belong to!
Oh, and if you’re looking for more book recs, we got you! Check out these posts to see what we love!
FEATURED NEW RELEASES
It’s not just the absolutely stunning cover on Hana Khan Carries On that grabbed my attention — it’s also the You’ve Got Mail-esque storyline that launched this book onto my TBR. Between forming a relationship with a podcast listener, working at her mother’s halal restaurant, and encountering a family secret, Hana Khan is just trying to keep going — and trying not to form a bond with a rival restaurateur…
The penultimate book in Ryan’s Riggins Brothers series sees Conrad paired up for his brother’s wedding with the bride’s sister, Aspen. When these two are caught in a snowstorm together, he sees the magic and, well, once a Riggins’ brother decides on a girl, the game is on. P.S. Check back here this weekend for our #FamilySeriesSpotlight on these sexy men, including some insider info from the author!
When a coma leaves Finn with a memory gap of more than a decade and a half, his pregnant wife, Charli has to decide if she’s strong enough to hold onto him — and the relationship he no longer remembers. Learning to trust again is hard, and only made harder by the danger stalking them… P.S. Donna sat down for a Bite-Sized Interview with this husband/wife writing duo, which you can read HERE.
The first book in Rowe’s Hate-Love duet sees Laila on the road as the opening act for rock star Adrian Savage’s band. Being in close proximity to the rude, arrogant rocker makes Laila’s body go haywire — leaving her no choice but to bring this bad boy down… Cue the shenanigans, pettiness and delicious push-pull tension that has early reviewers raving that this is Rowe’s best book yet.
“CUTE, EMOTIONAL, AND ULTIMATELY JOYFUL. A ROMANCE WITH A WARM HEART, ONE WRAPPED IN THE BONDS OF FAMILY AND FRIENDSHIP, THIS BOOK LEFT ME WITH A DELIGHTED SMILE ON MY FACE.”
—New York Times Bestselling Author Nalini Singh on Hana Khan Carries On
“SECOND FIRST IMPRESSIONS IS THE WARMEST, COZIEST, SWEETEST BOOK OF THE YEAR, AN ABSOLUTELY PERFECT BLEND OF HUMOR AND HEART.”
— Emily Henry, author of When the Sky Fell on Splendor, on Second First Impressions
Beth Cranford was born and raised in Australia, but followed her heart (and her husband) to the United States in her late 20s. As the mother of two kids, she’s learned that you can turn anything into a song and that slime does not belong in carpeted areas (or polite society). You can most often find her with her Kindle in hand, listening to Taylor Swift on repeat, or spending way too many hours playing Animal Crossing.
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