Theyve been best friends for years, but as high school ends, Zane Beck cant help but look at his Amish neighbor, Lila Lehman, with different eyes. Her controlling father sees only one future for Lila, though, and arranges for her to be courted by an upstanding young Amish man. When Zane sees the two together, his plans for the future crumble, and he impulsively enlists in the Army, following in his fathers footsteps.
However, the passing of years and the distance between them isnt enough to halt their now hidden feelings for each other.
If being together used to be difficult, its now impossible, especially with the Amish opposed to war. American Dreamer Dreamers by Adriana Herrera. This book is like a warm blanket and a bowl of soup on a cold day. It's comforting, kind, and beautiful. Very low heat level. One-Night Stand by Rachael Stewart.
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A masterclass in writing character development during lots of sex. Super hot lesbian romance, and ice skating. Proper English by KJ Charles. If you need a series to binge read, and love marriage of convenience in a contemporary setting, you'll love this book and the next one in the series. A lovely novella set in USA that deals with the intricacies of slavery and ownership and loans, while also being uplifting and providing hope. Untamed Hotel Temptation by Caitlin Crews. A prickly heroine who knows her own strengths and isn't afraid to use her body and brain to get what she wants.
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Tikka Chance on Me by Suleikha Snyder. This is the biker romance everyone needs. I love the twist on the classic bad boy story, and the rich details combine with a super hot emotional tale, to make this a keeper. The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang. Mistaken identity leads to cross class romance. The way the heroine scolds the hero for his wealthy privilege is everything!
Anti-social scientific heroine designs a study to find herself a boyfriend, and finds love is illogical. Scientific heroine gets sent spam emails from a prince.
He gets annoyed at her lack of response and comes to meet her. Peter Darling by Austin Chant. A Duke set on revenge. A heroine determined to keep her home. A nasty father who gets what he deserves. Female entrepreneur of a lipstick empire meets a rival business owner. The emotional tug between the hero and heroine and the conflict made this a 'read in one sitting' book.
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Female athlete, country girl goes to the city, and stays with her brother's best mate. If you like friends to lovers, without much heat, you'll love this. Pleasure Games by Daire St. Sweet Thing by Nicola Marsh. A flirty, hot book from the DARE line. I loved how the hero, Tanner, was vulnerable under his stereotyped exterior. Off Limits by Clare Connelly. The hottest work place romance I've ever read. The Naturalist's Daughter by Tea Cooper. A fictional telling of the discovery of the platypus. Two women, years apart, a journey of discovery, and a sweet romance.
Alex, the billionaire with a heart of gold, and Libby the marketing genius. A clash of wills, and a high-stakes gamble. A Bollywood Affair by Sonali Dev. An emotional tale of misunderstandings and cultural divides, as two people navigate tradition versus modernity in India and America. A classic enemies to lover trope, this book is character driven and emotional.
I found it easy to ignore the improbable org chart at their place of employment as I got drawn into the battle of wills. Not many writers can pull off a steamy step-sibling book.
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This is a rare example of it 'well done' because I can't avoid a food pun for a chef book. Flowers from the Storm by Laura Kinsale. Keep reading past the first chapter. It gets better. Until it's amazing. The hero suffers a stroke, and the heroine is the only one who can reach him. Fascinating and intense. Based on the popular Broadway show, this trio of romances is perfect.