New York Times bestselling author Katherine Center's The Bodyguard is unabashedly romantic, laugh-out-loud funny, and the perfect summer novel. Read the First Few Pages on the blog.
Though Book Lovers isn’t an adolescent coming of age story, it hits everything that makes those stories lovable: diving headfirst into new experiences, falling in love, discovering something that makes you see your life in a different light. Read Katya's review on the blog.
This May End Badly is a story about friendship, falling in love, and crossing pretty much every line presented to you—and how to atone when you do. Read the First Few Pages on the blog.
If Nora knows she’s not an ideal heroine, Charlie knows he’s nobody’s hero, but as they are thrown together again and again—in a series of coincidences no editor worth their salt would allow—what they discover might just unravel the carefully crafted stories they’ve written about themselves. Read the First Few Pages on the blog.
Fierce, funny, and frank, Casey McQuiston's I Kissed Shara Wheeler is about breaking the rules, getting messy, and finding love in unexpected places. Read the First Few Pages on the blog.
We have wrapped up some of the hottest, feel-good reads that will make you swoon and feel like you are basking under the warmth of the sun. Check out these titles from the Fully Booked Summer Collection. Read more on the blog.
This love month, we are never ever… not getting a Taylor Swift collection. Check out these book recommendations as Taylor Swift songs every Swiftie needs to read.
There might be a lot happening in the world right now, but we can always rely on books to make us hope and believe in love again. Get ready to feel all the kilig and fall in love with these romance titles. Read more on the blog.
In the follow-up to It Happened One Summer, Tessa Bailey delivers another deliciously fun rom-com about a former player who accidentally falls for his best friend while trying to help her land a different man. Read the First Few Pages on the blog.
A Deadly Affair is a collection of previously-published short stories written by Agatha Christie, but with a twist: they’re love stories. Or stories that involve romance, at least: more Harley Quin, less Harlequin. Read Clifford's review on the blog.