Romantic Comedy

  • California Promises by Erin Spineto

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    How can you be totally, absolutely, completely, brutally honest when you can’t even admit the truth to yourself?
    It’s much easier for Charlie Sands to hide behind the lie she’s told herself since the day she met Greyson: the guy every girl wants could never love a smartass tomboy like her.
    Although Greyson Steel is a best friend worthy of Charlie, he knows she deserves a boyfriend who is a match for her lightning fast mind and strong enough not to let anxiety rule his world. And that guy? That could never be him.
    But when they both start blowing past the protective walls they’ve erected over the years, can they handle love’s honesty or will they crumble like a sandcastle at high tide?
    In this angsty, friend-to-lovers romance about a brilliant, surfing tomboy and her anxious, fireman best-friend, Erin Spineto, author of Islands and Insulin, spins another “Inspiring tale of being just the right balance of strong and vulnerable.”
    You’ll love the hilarious, double-dating summer goal, breezy escape to the beaches of San Diego and Maui, and fantastic group of friends. California Promises is the first in the Warrior Women Series, a RomCom series full of female surfers who happen to have diabetes and other autoimmune issues and the men who are strong enough to be with a warrior woman.
    This is an #ownvoices story for its portrayal of type 1 diabetes by an author with type 1 diabetes.

  • Blind Seed by Olivia Gaines

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    At a remote campsite in the mountains of North Carolina, a woman arrives seeking the protection of Boyd Glover, the technician known as Falling Rocks.

    Falling Rocks is renowned for being a careful, meticulous planner who leaves nothing to chance. He thinks everything through, six times over, before making a move or a decision. However, the skills of the accident specialist paled in comparison to their team leader, The Archangel. A leader, three steps ahead of everyone in the game, especially Falling Rocks, who enjoys the life of a loner.

    Charlotte Worthington didn’t want to be under the protection of such a man, nor to be forced into his company, but she needed a change in her life. If the Archangel said this is where she needed to be, then she trusted his guidance. She understood why Falling Rocks was chosen to be her champion, and also realized he was the man the Archangel had chosen to be her husband.

    Too bad no one told that to Falling Rocks.

    The Technicians return to summarize unanswered questions, bring to a conclusion a lingering problem, and start a new adventure. There is always love, laughter, and learning in the next installment of the international best-selling serial, the Technicians. The ground is tilled for a fresh planting, this time, with a Blind Seed.

  • Abundantly Attractive by Tonwand North

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    A rescued by a handsome stranger, gay romantic comedy full of mishaps with dogs, cats, rats and reindeer.

  • It’s a Wonderful Lie by Wren Michaels

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    Eden Credere should be in Barbados with her new husband. Instead, it was like she married Murphy and his law was ruining her life. She’d lost her dad, her job, her best friend, and her fiancé. After drowning her sorrows with rum and eggnog on Christmas Eve, she takes a tumble in a tree lot with a Douglas Fir, sending Eden over the edge.

    Theliel has watched over Eden her entire life, from her first steps to her latest, where she took a dive in a tree lot. He’s always been there to save her, and this time should have been no different—until it was. As her guardian angel, he’s not supposed to be seen, but one corporeal slip-up later, and he’s got a lot of explaining to do.

    As Theliel works to convince Eden why the world is a much better place with her in it, he finds himself the one falling, and it’s Eden who catches his heart. In a twist of fate, Theliel must not earn his wings, but his humanity by convincing Eden they’re meant to be together.

    The only problem is neither of them remember who he is when he wakes up on Christmas morning in a snowbank with no memories and no clothes. With the magic of Christmas in the air, love in their hearts, a vision of yoga pants, and maybe a little help from their “friends”, all they have to do is believe.

  • A FALL IN PARIS by J.D. Siders

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    Janette is an adorable, neurotic, highly moral and desperately shy American woman who has moved to Paris to escape from a traumatic past and an abusive mother. A chance encounter leads her into the arms of Gerald, a handsome, charismatic, and self-destructive man, who has a controversial influence on her. Gerald leads God-fearing Janette down an insane pathway which results in her almost prostituting herself. Janette struggles against Gerald when he asks her to do things well beyond her imagination, actions her morality would never accept. Will Janette find the resources to outplay the vile forces of an entire universe, larking in the mob-infested corners of the City of Lights as well as the dark places of her mind, to devore her integrity?

  • The Snow Maid by Alana Church

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    Bill Carter was dying of exposure when he fell asleep by the standing stone in the Russian Arctic. Sacrificing his life to save his friends, he never expected to wake up, warm, safe and healed, in the presence of the immortal Snow Maid. She took his life in trade for those of his companions. Will the heat of their passion ignite an eternal love, or are the differences between them too great?

  • Leah’s Perfect Christmas by Catherine Beck

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    Leah loves the trappings of Christmas, but as a nice Jewish girl in New York, she’s always felt like an outsider looking in. So when she gets invited to a picturesque Connecticut Christmas with her adorable new boyfriend’s parents, she can’t wait. The fact that she’d never quite gotten around to telling him that she’s Jewish isn’t going to stop her—she’s going to finally have the Christmas of her dreams.

    Graham’s head-over-heels for Leah, but he learned early that asking for what he wants just leads to disaster. Now she’s about to be exposed to the picture-perfect, passive aggressive nightmare that’s a weekend at his parents’ house. And he’s terrified she’ll run screaming for the exits.

    In the Westwood household, the only thing stiffer than the drinks and the upper lips is the family pride. Will Leah ever get to experience the magic of Christmas instead of the magic of Pinterest? Or will the combination of cutthroat Monopoly, overcooked goose, and veiled comments be enough to tear them apart forever?

    In this romantic comedy novella, discover that sometimes the true meaning of Christmas is Chinese food dinner with your family on Long Island.

  • The Stalker by Amanda Lake

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    Spying on your next-door hunk may be a perfectly innocent fun. If nobody knows about it.

    Olivia Roberts thought she found a perfect way to mend her broken heart – by secretly watching her hot neighbor. And it worked. At least until her little activity got blown and her next-door cutie turned to be a snotty jerk. Realizing she needed to change her way, Olivia did just that. She packed her bags and left for a nice vacation. Mediterranean sun, crystal clear water, and exquisite wine. Bliss.

    But her new perfect plan had just one flaw – thinking that her troubles will stay back home. Not if the trouble happens to book the same vacation. And comes in the form of her gorgeous neighbor.

  • A Beach House Surprise by Eva Gallo

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    One weekend is all it takes to turn her world upside down…

    Ava Svensson’s family runs one of the most unique and successful art galleries in all of London. With her keen business expertise and the integrity of her family name, Ava has built a community of artists where everyone thrives. But when old feuds come to light, and the gallery becomes the focus of a plot for revenge, all Ava loves is threatened.

    That’s when Ava meets Max Svaard, an eccentric artist who makes her realize she wants more in her life than just the business. Will Ava find the answers she needs to stop the plot for revenge against her family? Will she be able to set aside her passion for the business and explore her connection to Max if he signs on with the competition?

    If you enjoy feel-good clean romance, then the Beach House Surprise is just for you!


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    Marriage forges a new path for the next generation as well as riches, social standing, gratification, and refuge. It is also a wonderful melding of ideas, emotions, as well as hurdles and their corresponding resolutions. Put simply, Indian marriages are not just a two-person affair. It is the coming together of family and community with love at the forefront. However, as with all things in life, marriage is not black and white. When love and understanding ebb, heartbreak and sorrow flow. But does this spell the end of a union?