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The Book Proposal

Ridiculously endearing and entertaining, this debut rom-com is a great purchase for libraries that will have fans of bookish romances laughing out loud, unable to stop turning the pages.

Shadows of the Lost

Recommended for fans of Sarah J. Maas and Scarlett St. Clair and collections where fantasy romance performs well.

The Time of Your Life

Fans of contemporary romances featuring multicultural characters with a strong focus on relationships will enjoy this book. It’s a great pick for readers of Jane Igharo’s emotionally complex novels.

A Crown of Ivy and Glass

Best-selling YA author Legrand’s (Lightbringer) first novel for adults is full of high stakes for her characters and detailed fantasy worldbuilding with interesting mythology for readers. It will appeal to older teens and adults.

Sugar, Spice, and Can’t Play Nice

A strikingly vibrant love story for modern dreamers and hopeless romantics. Those who’ve read Sharma’s Love, Chai, and Other Four-Letter Words will be happy to see familiar characters return in this follow-up, but newcomers will also be able to enjoy it as a stand-alone.

The Lonely Hearts Book Club

Recommended for public library collections. Romance author Gilmore’s (Ruff and Tumble) novel is a fun, sweet read, with a little mystery and intrigue spicing things up.

Wings Once Cursed & Bound

Drake’s (Fighting Kat) new novel is highly recommended for lovers of fantasy romance and urban fantasy rooted in myths and legends.

The Secret Lives of Country Gentlemen

This novel launches a delightful new Regency romance series from Charles; readers will be eagerly anticipating the next installment.

Right Girl, Wrong Side

The latest from Baird (after First Bride To Fall) is perfect for fans of Netflix’s Love in the Villa and those looking for a romantic beach read.


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