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A Valentine for Christmas: An Older Woman/Younger Man Romance

This is the start of a new series, and Ryan does an excellent job of seeding characters and drama for future books without sacrificing character development for her leads.

Billionaire Makeover: A Second-Chance Romance

In this first in a new series, Garbera (Secrets of a Wedding Crasher) balances an enjoyable love story with satisfying character journeys in a book that will delight romance fans.

Two Rivals, One Bed: A Snowed-In Romance

Despite being denser than the average Harlequin, this won’t satisfy most readers.

Work-Love Balance: An Enemies-to-Lovers Romance

Brisk writing and fine dialogue will delight some, but this romance ultimately lacks a spark.

Most Eligible Cowboy: A Western Fake-Relationship Romance

Readers will enjoy this first trip to Devil’s Bluffs and look forward to returning, as Kennedy (See Me) has also set up intriguing characters for future installments and Kennedy’s clear writing makes this a fast read even as the book occasionally bogs down in details, but readers looking for more than a superficial rancher book will enjoy the peek behind the scenes of running a ranch.

One Christmas Night: A Western Unexpected-Pregnancy Romance

Bennett weaves together plot threads from previous books in the series in an organic way, setting up for the concluding book in this series while still providing a satisfying stand-alone story with characters who are not directly involved in the drama.

Bad Boy with Benefits: An Opposites-Attract Romance

Readers will enjoy the easy chemistry and the story of these two wounded people finding fulfillment in each other, though some of the same over-the-top backstory elements, which strain credulity in the previous books in the series, remain.

Married by Midnight: A Marriage-of-Convenience Romance

As in previous books, the conclusion might be a little quick and ultimately convenient, but McKenna’s character work and writing allow it to feel earned.

What Happens After Hours: A Workplace Romance

Alexander (After Hours Temptation) brings a real sense of Atlanta to the setting of the book, and her finely observed character work makes the happy ending feel earned.

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