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After Hours on Milagro Street

Lopez’s (“Filthy Rich” series) likeable protagonists, with immediate chemistry and connection, shine in this steamy novel (the first in a planned series). Recommended for general purchase.

Season’s Change

The perfect novel for a hockey fan who loves M/M romance; it’s full of hockey-culture details, as well as exciting action on the ice, and Nary excels at describing the bodily experiences of athletics, anxiety, and desire. All of these elements, combined with slow-burning chemistry between the two leads, build to a satisfying and well-earned happy ending.

House on Fire

Burke’s second “Ashes and Dust” series installment ends on a cliff-hanger, and trilogy readers will be anxiously awaiting the next. Hudson and Wes from the “Not Dead Yet” trilogy feature prominently in this title, so libraries that own that series will also want to collect this one.

Unwritten Rules

Casey’s (Dirty Slide) sympathetic, multilayered characters are framed within a baseball story line that informs but never bores. The steamy love scenes don’t disappoint and fans of sports romances will look forward to the author’s next book.

Too Much Man

Perfect for readers searching for nuanced bisexual representation in a sports romance.

Two Houses

Fans of Sonya Lalli will love Bibra’s impressive and hilarious debut. The witty banter of this feel-good romance will delight readers and have them looking for more from this author in the future.

Just for Show

Hamilton offers flirty entertainment that will be especially delightful for HGTV fans.


Proper Scoundrels

Fans of the Jazz Age, magical murder mysteries, and emotional love stories will swoon for this stand-alone; readers may want to tackle the “Magic in Manhattan” series first for the full effect.

A Winter’s Earl: A Regency Christmas Romance

The red-hot love scenes, tender emotions, and Two Men and a Baby–style comedy will leave readers eager for Greene’s next romance.

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