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Manila Takes Manhattan

De Guzman (A Match Made in Lipa) gives readers a fun, frothy, and sexy story.

The Boyfriend Subscription

This will draw readers in with its Pretty Woman vibes and queer love story.

Frenemy Fix-Up

This frenemies-to-lovers story serves up plenty of steam, though the hero takes his own sweet time figuring out where his heart truly lies. Fans of the series definitely won’t want to miss this installment.


The Library of Borrowed Hearts

This dual-timeline novel is a bookish love letter to anyone who has ever found solace between the pages of a book. This romantic story of found families and learning to accept help from others is sure to have wide appeal.

The Devil in Blue Jeans

Kennedy (The Trouble with an Heir) launches a steamy new Western romance series. While some dubious choices propel the plot, readers will be interested in seeing Charly find her happily-ever-after and look forward to her co-owners finding their own HEAs in future books.

The London Bookshop Affair: A Novel of the Cold War

This dual-timeline story, which bounces readers between Nazi-occupied France and a London in the shadow of the Cuban Missile Crisis, will keep readers on the edge of their seats with its many twists and turns. In this gripping story of love and betrayal, loosely based on real-life figures and events, even the author’s note at the end is a riveting must-read.

The (Fake) Dating Game

Fans of the fake-dating trope and game shows will find a lot to like here. Holden is a sympathetic narrator, and readers will happily root for him as he learns that while there are no quick fixes for grief, opening up to the right people can make all the difference.

Love, Naturally

Sullivan’s (A Guide to Being Just Friends) satisfying opposites-attract, fish-out-of-water romance (complete with fictional fish) is sure to make readers smile.

The Cutthroat Countess

For anyone who loves the “Bridgerton” books but wishes its heroines were more adept with close combat and weaponry than the pianoforte, Spencer’s novel delivers.

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