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Georgie, All Along

Lots of buzz for this book, combined with Clayborn’s well-received backlist, makes this a must-purchase. Press into the hands of listeners who also enjoy Nora Roberts and Emily Henry.

Hotel of Secrets

Highly recommended, particularly for listeners looking to branch out from Regency England–based romances.

Chick Magnet

Full of heart, humor, and slow-burn steam, this latest from Barry (The One You Want) should be on libraries’ must-buy lists as they develop their contemporary romance audio collections.

Something Wild & Wonderful

While deeply poignant and emotional, Kelly’s (Love & Other Disasters) charming writing, humor, and care for her characters make this a stunning romance. Contemporary romance at its best; essential for most core romance collections.

Mickey Chambers Shakes It Up

Reid’s (The Write Escape) latest romance is a perfectly shaken cocktail of grumpy and sunshine characters, delicious banter, and heat. Suggest to readers looking for contemporary romances that bring humor and heart to the happily-ever-afters of hardworking characters.

Once More with Feeling

The novel drags out the mysterious past events between Kathleen and Cal and focuses far more on musical theater, boy-band references, and Jewish summer camp nostalgia than the romance. Recommended for purchase where the author’s previous book Funny You Should Ask circulates well.

An Island Princess Starts a Scandal

Herrera (A Caribbean Heiress in Paris) brings to life the epoch and her characters in this delicious and superbly researched historical romance that is a must buy for libraries.

Pride and Protest

Payne’s debut, a modern spin on Pride and Prejudice, is full of life, banter, and a well-developed sense of place; it is unique yet maintains the familiar beats of Austen’s beloved novel. Kacie Rogers and Ron Nery Jr.’s engaging, perfectly timed narration is the best way to enjoy Dorsey and Liza’s tumble into love.

Two Wrongs Make a Right

Listeners may find that Stephen Dexter, the narrator for Jamie, doesn’t quite match the character’s on-page presence, but Charlotte North does a lovely, chirpy job for harried bisexual Bea. Liese’s (“Bergman Brothers” series) latest sparkling romance should appeal to fans of Helen Hoang and Tessa Bailey.

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