April is on the horizon with warmer weather and even hotter new romance books scheduled to release. And let me tell you, April’s romance books do not disappoint. Your TBR pile can thank me later.
To Love and To Loathe by, Martha Waters
If you’re looking for a historical romance with a modern bite to it, look no further than To Love and To Loathe. In this follow-up to Martha Water’s fun first novel, To Have and To Hoax, the enemies to lovers trope is perfected.
In it, a notorious rake pursues a no-strings-attached relationship with a widow who hates him so he can get an honest assessment of his bedroom skills. I KNOW. Enemies to lovers, empowered widow, a rake who needs his “ego” stroked. I never stood a chance.
Pre-order To Love and To Loathe before it releases on April 6th.
The Intimacy Experiment by, Rosie Danan
On the surface, The Intimacy Experiment is about a former adult film star falling in love with a hot Rabbi. Good, right?
But it’s really so much more.
The Intimacy Experiment is sexy, of course, but real intimacy – as the book explores it – goes hand in hand with vulnerability. This is a book about self-acceptance, fear, shame, faith, and love in all its forms. I haven’t been able to stop thinking about it since I read it.
Pre-order The Intimacy Experiment before it releases on April 6th.
Maggie Finds Her Muse by, Dee Ernst
Oftentimes when I hear the book I’ll be reading is an “older romance” I assume the characters are, like, 32 max. Not this time.
In, Maggie Finds Her Muse, romance author Maggie is firmly in her late forties with gray hair everywhere and an adult daughter. When she has a difficult time meeting her deadline on an important book thanks to writer’s block, she flies to Paris to find her muse. If her muse happens to be an age-appropriate Frenchman who travels the world and is hot as sin, who can complain? Not me, definitely not me.
Pre-order Maggies Finds Her Muse before it releases on April 20th.
Second First Impressions by, Sally Thorne
Okay, fine, despite all of my beggings and praying, I didn’t get an advanced reader’s copy of Sally Thorne’s latest book. I’m not mad, I’m just disappointed. But who cares, because I already know I’m going to love each and every page.
From the USA Today bestselling author of The Hating Game and 99 Percent Mine comes the clever, funny, and unforgettable story of a muscular, tattooed man hired as an assistant to two old women—under the watchful eye of a beautiful retirement home manager.
I can’t wait to stay up all night waiting for this one to download to my kindle on April 13th. Pre-order your copy today.
Heidi is currently obsessed with watching people make bad decisions on TV, being a coastal elite, artificially avoiding any sign of aging, reading feminist romance novels, and getting the biggest laugh at her own expense. She has a husband, 3 kids, a dog and anxiety.