Nicole J. Suarez

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Malibu Summer

Gill’s (Leadership Reckoning) first foray into fiction doesn’t quite come together, despite likable protagonists.

Take Me Home

Sweeney’s strikingly realistic tangle of family dynamics and forced proximity between two believable characters overcoming past presumptions about each other, along with sexy love scenes, make this a must-read.

A Governess’s Guide to Passion and Peril

Recommended for fans of Evie Dunmore, Collins’s fourth “Ladies Most Scandalous” book (after A Spinster’s Guide to Danger and Dukes) is a fast-paced, fun romp.

Last Call at the Local

Ruiz (Luck and Last Resorts) writes sensitively about two people trying to thrive amid personal issues and the relief one feels in finding a kindred soul.

Recipe for Second Chances

In her fiction debut, cookbook author Rosen (Modern Freezer Meals) creates main characters with believable motivations and emotional baggage in an engaging second-chance romance. Rustic Italian recipes are also included.

Wrapped with a Beau

Vale (The Decoy Girlfriend) adds depth to her characters with relatable themes of bad breakups and fractured families, while also creating a slow-burn romance that is sure to satisfy.

As Long As You Love Me

Leal, who is Venezuelan, adds depth to the fake-relationship trope with the backstory about the ongoing crisis in Venezuela and an unexpected twist, making this read stand out.

Kiss the Girl

In the third “Meant To Be” novel (after Jasmine Guillory’s By the Book), Córdova (The Inheritance of Orquídea Divina) hits all the right notes with sweet characters and the interesting angle of a pop star who has never had control or choices.

Charm City Rocks: A Love Story

Norman (All Together Now) has created a compulsively readable rom-com with nostalgic flair, unexpected twists, and affable characters whom readers will care about. Highly recommended.

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