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This week is all about the romance:
Since it is almost Valentine’s Day, I couldn’t resist doing a romance themed TMST. This week is all about my romance picks. Here are some of the best romance that I have read in the last year:
Roomies by Christina Lauren: This is just so darn cute. It features a couple who end up getting married for immigration purposes. When the two strangers end up living together, unexpected things happen. This was really fun.
The Luckiest Cowboy of All by Carolyn Brown: I don’t know about you all, but I adore a good second chance romance. This one you get a double dose. One centers on a couple who reunite nine years after high school, things are complicated considering there is a child in play that the dad didn’t know anything about. A second romance centers around a couple in their silver years who finally find realize their romance from their youth.
When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon: I thought this was such a cute read. It features an Indian-American couple who are supposedly in an arranged marriage, the problem is that Dimple doesn’t have any idea she is affianced to Rishi. Angry, Dimple doesn’t want to have anything to do with Rishi, until they unexpectedly become friends. Loved watching this one unfold.
Next Year in Havana by Chanel Cleeton: This is a different type of romance. This book features two romances, one that occurs during the Cuban Revolution in 1959, and one in the present day. The relationship in 1959 is forbidden romance, one filled with passion and desire, fear and longing. This is also a love story about Cuba. This book is achingly beautiful and haunting. Loved it.
The Wedding Date by Jasmine Guillory: This is a cute, fun, flirty romance that builds around a chance elevator encounter and a spur of the moment date proposal. Love the diverse, realistic characters, the romance and the charming story.
These are a few of my favorite romances that I have read lately. What about you all?
Next week's TMST:
How do you find time to read?