Weekly New Releases: April 19
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!
P.S. Don’t miss our Family Series Spotlight featuring New York Times Bestselling authors, Kaylee Ryan and Melanie Moreland!
FEATURED NEW RELEASES
Anne Harper’s second Accidentally Viral book opens with Nell embarking on a Valentine’s Day rant inspired by being dumped, only to be rescued by a handsome stranger . . . who turns out to be her new boss. What follows is a delightfully unexpected story of a woman stalked by disaster and a man trying to start over — and not fall in love with his employee. Warning: watch out for sex-toy-filled crab traps.
All it takes is one life-changing phone call in this Fatal Affairs spin-off series. The President of the United States has been found dead. Now, VP Nick Cappuano and Lt. Sam Holland are about to embark on a whole new path. As they face a new level of scrutiny, an unexpected trip, and a murder investigation with ties to a cold case, they’re going to have to lean into one another and learn to compromise.
Starting over by returning home jobless isn’t something that Sabrina Monroe wants to be doing. Home has ghosts, quite literally, for Sabrina and seeing spirits seeking closure . . . well, she’d rather her mother deal with them. When she meets Ray, a flirty, dog rescuing restaurateur she can’t seem to resist, things start to look up. A cute, quirky, and magical romance that’s sure to leave you with no unfinished business.
What’s worse than being asked to come home for your brother’s engagement party? Being asked to prove that his bride-to-be — your one who got away — no longer lingers in your heart. If that’s not the perfect set-up for a fake relationship, then I’ll eat my hat. Hank and Stevie are already getting rave reviews from early readers, proving that there’s nothing sinful about Jessica Peterson’s writing.
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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