Love getting stuck into a good romance, so we do.
Grace Reeves is falling behind at work, newly dumped, and massively in debt when art dealer Vaughn offers to pay her to be his ‘girlfriend’. Unsticky is kind of like a modern day Pretty Woman – it’s sexy, funny, and full of fashion references that are sometimes just as seductive as the love scenes.
Set in New York in 1937, this book follows Katey Kontent, a young woman working at Condé Nast and living it up in the city’s jazz clubs by night. When she and best friend Eve meet a blue-eyed banker one night, it sparks a juicy love triangle that spans a year of their lives.
PR maven Rose Reed is challenged with arranging a ‘showmance’ between a British popstar and an up-and-coming indie musician… and starts falling for him herself. Will she risk her professional reputation to pursue him? Of course, like.
Yes, that’s Meg Cabot of The Princess Diaries fame. Her adult novel centres on a gossip columnist who starts investigating the murder of her elderly neighbour – and starts suspecting the very attractive boy next door. Lots of fun.
You may have heard of the TV series Outlander, starring Irish actress Caitriona Balfe – well, this is where it all came from. This steamy time-travelling saga follows a WWII-era nurse after she’s hurled back in time to 1743 Scotland… right into the arms of a hunky warrior.
Rich People Having Secret Affairs With Each Other is one of our favourite genres, TBH, and Jilly Cooper is the OG. Riders takes us inside the world of showjumping, “where the brave horses are almost human, but the humans behave like animals”. YAS.
You can’t really go wrong with Jane, and this novel is particularly swoonworthy. It delves into the love lives (or lack thereof) of sisters Marianne and Elinor, who discover that they need a bit of sense and sensibility – get it – if they want to be truly happy.
A man and a woman hit it off at a party, then realise they work for competing Hollywood agencies. But worse than that: The agencies are merging and they’re up for the same job, meaning their blossoming romance must turn into war. An A+ beach read.
Jessica Morgan and Heather Cocks basically wrote the plot of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s relationship before it even happened. Well, they wrote the story of an American student meeting a British prince in college – but close enough. The Royal We is a ideal pre/post-royal wedding reading.
This novel, set in Victorian London, blends romance and crime in the tale of Sue Trinder, an orphan raised amongst thieves in a slum. She’s tasked with becoming the maid to gentlewoman Maud Lilly and helping a master thief seduce her in order to obtain her inheritance… but she begins to care about Maud in unexpected ways. A page-turner.
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