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Adam & Yves

Cone’s second novel (after The Counterfeiter) was written to celebrate SCOTUS’s 2015 Obergefell v. Hodges decision. Rich with sparkling courtship banter and tender moments of uneasy self-reflection, it is a joyous, quirky, charming, love story of two men stumbling through personal and societal roadblocks on their way to each other’s heart. An absolute delight.
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Lost Man’s Lane

Carson (Where They Wait), pen name of Michael Koryta, delivers a captivating and eerie tale that weaves together family curses, the Y2K panic, and the very real horrors of adolescence. Xennial readers will especially enjoy revisiting cultural touchpoints of their own coming-of-age. Give this one to fans of Michael Koryta and Chuck Wendig’s Black River Orchard.
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The Gathering

Tudor’s (The Drift) latest blends elements from the horror, thriller, and mystery genres to create a compulsive and fantastic read. Well-paced action, great characters, a satisfying conclusion, and the setup for a sequel make for an easy recommendation, especially for fans of T. Kingfisher and Catriona Ward.
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What Grows in the Dark

A spooky walk in the woods for fans of supernatural mysteries, LGBTQIA+ protagonists, and folk horror such as The Blair Witch.
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The Coven

This previously self-published title by Woods (What Lurks Between the Fates) is highly recommended for those who delight in anti-heroes, carnal hate sex, and danger around every corner. Perfect for fans of Jennifer Armentrout, Carissa Broadbent, and anyone who loves the trend of romantasy in an academic setting like Rebecca Yarros’s “Empyrean” series.
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Blue Hour

A haunting, lyrical tale for listeners who appreciate the sometimes disorienting, intimate works of Jacqueline Woodson, Toni Morrison, and Raven Leilani.
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An Inheritance of Magic

Watt’s narration will leave listeners anticipating the next installment of Stephen’s story. Purchase for fans of Jacka’s works and where urban fantasy is popular.
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#CrimeTime: An Audio Original

Will appeal to listeners seeking a quick, campy crime novel in a fun audio format. Recommended for fans of the Hulu series, Only Murders in the Building.
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Space Holes: First Transmission

This space romp will have listeners laughing at a robust cast and familiar workplace ridiculousness. Recommend not only for fans of “The Murderbot Diaries” series but for anyone who has dealt with inane corporate regulations.

The Frozen River

This layered, atmospheric listen captivates. A must-have for any historical mystery collection.
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Absolution

Listeners will question whether anyone has absolution by the end, making this a promising prospect for book clubs but challenging for those who listen to historical fiction with a contemporary lens.
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The Gentleman’s Gambit

This audio will appeal to listeners seeking an intricate Victorian romance with an intelligent, independent heroine; a slow burn with more historical information than heat. Recommended for fans of Sophie Irwin, Suzanne Enoch, and Elizabeth Everett.
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The Dimensions of a Cave

Jackson’s debut novel should appeal to listeners seeking a complex tale interwoven with discussions of philosophy and morality.
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Again and Again

Fascinating, enigmatic, and optimistic. Evison’s appealing new novel pairs well with Elizabeth Berg’s The Story of Arthur Truluv and Phaedra Patrick’s The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper.

A Tale of One January

A brief but powerful listen, highlighting human connections and resilience in unthinkable circumstances. This novel deserves a place in every audio fiction collection.
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The Fragile Threads of Power

Schwab’s well-spun series starter delivers, offering favorite characters for fans and fresh storylines to entice new listeners.
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Recipe for a Charmed Life

Linden’s (The Magic of Lemon Drop Pie) enchanting novel about healing and self-discovery is both heartfelt and magical. Share with readers of Brunonia Barry and Alice Hoffman.
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Let the Dead Bury the Dead

Listeners will be enchanted by this alternative history of imperial Russia, interwoven with love, violence, and magic.
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Happiness for Beginners

Center’s many fans will be delighted, and those who enjoyed the movie will love hearing Kemper narrate the audio. An emotionally narrated novel, full of heart and hope.
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Never Whistle at Night: An Indigenous Dark Fiction Anthology

A collection of Indigenous horror stories that offers something for every listener, from quietly unsettling tales to gruesome body horror. Don’t miss this one.
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The Unmaking of June Farrow

With elements of romance, mystery, and magical realism, this complex tale will please Young’s fans and may garner new listeners as well.
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One of Our Own: An Audio Original Thriller

Will appeal to listeners seeking a short but nerve-wracking psychological thriller about crimes that hit too close to home. Recommended for fans of Joy Fielding and Kiersten Modglin.
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The Frangipani Hotel

With endings that feel like fingertips on the neck instead of punches to the gut, these stories are best suited for those seeking unsettling rather than terrifying fiction, such as Bora Chung’s Cursed Bunny.

A Grandmother Begins the Story

This is a storyteller’s story that speaks landscapes, people, animals, and objects into being through its magic. An unforgettable, enchanting listen.
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Wellness

Hill’s exceptional storytelling is further enhanced by Fliakos’s flawless narration. This wistful portrait of a marriage is highly recommended.
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Family Meal

With at least two strong narrators and a heartbreaking story, book clubs will gobble this up.
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And Put Away Childish Things

A great listen for anyone who enjoyed Lev Grossman’s The Magicians or Seanan McGuire’s Every Heart a Doorway and who understands that the worlds next to ours may be filled with darkness.

Technically Yours

A strong second-chance workplace romance with heat and heart.
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Black Dove

A mesmerizing, genre-bending story for fans of Heather Tucker’s Cracked Pots.
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Idlewild

Thomas’s powerful book lays bare the anxieties, confusion, and hurts in the search for identity and understanding. A coming-of-age story for fans of Dana Czapnik’s The Falconer.
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The Hollow Needle: The Further Adventures of Arsène Lupin

An intriguing classic that stands the test of time. Share with those who enjoy classic detective fiction and the popular Netflix series Lupin.
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The Unsettled

A beautifully narrated, moving story about a family caught in the chaos and confusion of social and political upheaval.
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Northwoods

This debut novel will surely appeal to fans of James Lee Burke and those interested in mysteries involving addiction, veterans with PTSD, and family relationships that tie everything together.
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Meet the Benedettos

Recommended for listeners of the lively romances of Emily Henry and Christina Lauren.
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The Taken Ones

Share with fans of mysteries and suspense involving intriguing women detectives who employ a hint of the supernatural.
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Murder at the Royal Albert

Music aficionados and readers of Nero Wolfe should enjoy spending time with the eccentric and delightfully grumpy Jacobus and his friends; this novel works even for those new to the series. Includes fun musical interludes performed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
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It’s a Fabulous Life

Fans of the movie will love seeing how Farmer has updated this story with fun changes to the classic and a new romance to root for.
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Touched

With this quick but impactful listen, Edgar Award–winning Mosley offers existential musings about humanity’s purpose mixed with piercing commentary about societal ills.
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Elsewhere: Stories

Ge’s gorgeous language flows with pain and frustration, perfect for fans of K-Ming Chang.
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The Hanging City

Bentley’s expressive and entertaining narration provides a captivating look into the underground world of Cagmar and its inhabitants. Holmberg’s (Heir of Uncertain Magic) latest is a winner for fans of intricately plotted fantasy in the vein of Trent Jamieson’s The Stone Road.

Stars in Your Eyes

A tender and emotional story, capturing desire, discovery, and the challenges of balancing the private and the public.
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Leave the Lights On

This action-packed thriller offers plenty of surprises. Share with fans of Mary Kubica, Lisa Jewell, and Shari Lapena.
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Dearborn: Stories

Michigan listeners who know Dearborn may find themselves smiling at the mention of well-known streets and establishments, while those unfamiliar with the area will enjoy Zeineddine’s insight into community, race, and family.
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The Ghosts of Beatrice Bird

Morgan’s suspenseful historical fiction tackles heavy topics such as child abuse and domestic violence while offering a hopeful, satisfying ending. For fans of Jess Kidd’s Himself or Téa Obreht’s Inland.
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The Peach Seed

A moving portrait of a Southern Black family, highlighting the value of forgiveness and the possibilities for change.
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The Djinn Waits a Hundred Years

A tale of love and loss, populated by characters seeking a small place in the world. For listeners seeking an intoxicating blend of historical fiction, ghostly mystery, and magical realism.
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Prophet

A twisty sci-fi plot paves the way for slow-burn romance in this uniquely told collaboration.
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The End of the World Is a Cul de Sac: Stories

This audio will appeal to listeners seeking moving, melancholy contemporary short stories about hope and heartache. Recommended for fans of Anne Enright, Kevin Barry, and Lauren Groff.
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The Longest Autumn

Much like a leaf falling through the autumn air, Avery’s book is beautiful on its surface but unable to maintain a straight path.
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And What Can We Offer You Tonight

Mohamed’s haunting novella will check the boxes for fans seeking horror, fantasy, and dystopian worlds. Recommended for fans of Mia V. Moss’s Mai Tais for the Lost and C.L. Polk’s Even Though I Knew the End.
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Blood Sisters

A troubling but engrossing work for listeners seeking an atmospheric mystery highlighting the alarming number of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, and Two Spirit people.
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Good Girls Don’t Die

Thriller/horror fans who dabble in mysteries and YA dystopian novels will savor Henry’s fourth-wall-centered assault on well-known genres.

10 Things That Never Happened

Watt voices difficult conversations with sincerity and emotion, and listeners will breeze through this entertaining and excellent audio production. Recommend to fans of romantic comedies.

The House of Doors

A riveting yet sedately paced novel about inspiration and identity, sure to be enjoyed by those who like Kathleen Rooney’s Cher Ami and Major Whittlesey or Juliette Fay’s City of Flickering Light.
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Edenville

While some listeners may get lost in Rebelein’s ever-confusing landscape, those who like their cosmic horror with a touch of humor should enjoy.
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The Invisible Hour

While her somewhat clunky delivery may puzzle some listeners, Hoffman fully communicates the magic of stories.
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We Are the Crisis

Perhaps the most striking part of Turnbull’s novel is its relevance to the current political climate, making it the perfect choice for listeners who enjoy speculative fiction that bravely tackles real-world issues.
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Where the Dead Wait

Horror for fans of nautical disasters such as Dan Simmons’s The Terror or Jennifer Niven’s The Ice Master.
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The Second Chance Year

There is romance here, but it takes a backseat to Sadie’s character development. Still, Laser’s engaging performance and the appealing story make this a pleasurable listen.
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Fifth Avenue Glamour Girl

This fictional biography of cosmetics magnate Estée Lauder goes behind the scenes in the beauty industry and tells of the remarkable friendship between two savvy, self-made women. Recommend to fans of Fiona Davis’s The Magnolia Palace or Karen Harper’s The It Girls.
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Alchemy of a Blackbird

A smoothly presented historical novel that pairs well with Michaela Carter’s Leonora in the Morning Light.
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Kill for Love

Picklesimer’s debut, brought to life by Kay’s narration, presents a chilling character study that transcends the surface of a sociopathic sorority sister and delves into the unsettling complexities beneath.
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We Must Not Think of Ourselves

A moving portrait of the daily lives of the Warsaw Ghetto inhabitants, in some ways mundane and, in others, profound, beautifully presented by talented narrators.
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City of Laughter

Listeners will be entranced by this lyrically written debut, rich with Jewish folklore (both real and invented), spirituality, and hope. For readers of Oksana Vasyakina’s Wound, Sarah Cypher’s The Skin and Its Girl, and Zeyn Joukhadar’s The Thirty Names of Night.

Mother-Daughter Murder Night

The family dynamics are just as entertaining as the well-constructed plot in this heartwarming audiobook, perfect for listeners who enjoy lighthearted mysteries featuring strong women protagonists.
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Next-Door Nemesis

A perfect romance for fans of Christina Lauren’s Dating You/Hating You or Jasmine Guillory’s The Wedding Party.
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The Daughters of Block Island

Thrilling psychological suspense that should appeal to fans of gothic novels and the works of Gemma Amor, Sarah Waters, and the Brontë sisters.

Bone Pendant Girls

Friedman’s fast-paced thriller is both heart-pounding and heart-wrenching. Share with fans of paranormal psychological suspense in the vein of Karen Brown’s The Clairvoyants.
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You Always Come Back

Will appeal to listeners seeking a twisting psychological thriller about sibling ties and terrifying secrets. Recommended for fans of Ashley Flowers, Megan Miranda, and Hannah Beckerman.
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The Narrow Road Between Desires

Fans of fairy tales with a grown-up spin and Rothfuss’s other works will enjoy this audiobook that requires a smaller time investment than most fantasy novels.
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Broughtupsy

This gritty novel explores intersectionality, Jamaican culture, and the complex dynamics of members of a family seeking to come to terms with themselves and one another. For fans of Jessica George’s Maame.

The Dallergut Dream Department Store

This is an excellent choice for a gentle book club read.
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The Stardust Grail

Kitasei (The Deep Sky) writes an emotional roller coaster of a space quest, highlighting friendship, family, and the ostracism of those believed to be different. The prose is as intimate as the universe is wide.

Service Model

A surprisingly thoughtful and compelling story from Tchaikovsky (Lords of Uncreation) about one robot’s journey through their own version of Dante’s circles of hell, complete with all the other hells they’d rather never have imagined. Readers who love a good postapocalyptic hell ride, AI-centered adventures, and robot/human companion stories, such as A Psalm for the Wild-Built by Becky Chambers, will appreciate.

A Letter to the Luminous Deep

Readers will want to savor the delightful letters that make up this cozy fantasy set in academia and an underwater world. Recommend to fans of Malka Older’s “Mossa and Pleiti” series.

The Silverblood Promise

There’s never a dull moment in this instantly absorbing debut that offers effortless escapism. Perfect for fans of the “Mistborn” series by Brandon Sanderson.
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Escape Velocity

Manibo (The Sleepless) pens a novel full of twists and turns, with broad appeal. Sci-fi, dystopian, and mystery fans will all find something to enjoy, while the posh setting and elite players give an unexpected air of palace intrigue that could rival Game of Thrones.
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The Stars Too Fondly

This delightful debut is a space odyssey with just enough mystery and romance to keep readers thoroughly entertained.
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Foul Days

Fans of folklore-infused fantasy with a romantic subplot and sassy, independent main characters will blissfully devour the coming duology.
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Red Side Story

The sequel to Fforde’s Shades of Grey continues to flesh out the inflexible society of the Colortocracy and Eddie’s pursuit to discover the truths about his world. The satirical dystopian setting and memorable characters highlight Fforde’s skill with worldbuilding and dialogue.
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The Practice, the Horizon, and the Chain

Metaphysical and philosophical, this novella from Samatar (The White Mosque) combines space adventure with an examination of the carceral state, here set in academia, that will leave readers with much to think about. This will appeal to readers who were fascinated by the stultifying caste systems of Medusa Uploaded by Emily Devenport and Braking Day by Adam Oyebanji and the rot of academe in The Mimicking of Known Successes by Malka Older.

The Cautious Traveller’s Guide to the Wastelands

A nerve-wracking but empathetic first-class read for lovers of the strange and uncanny.

How To Become the Dark Lord and Die Trying

Wexler’s (Emperor of Ruin) latest is a wild ride of fake it ’til you make it, full of high adventure and low chuckles every step of the way.

Mirrored Heavens

Roanhorse’s world of the Meridian (last seen in the series entry Fevered Star) is a powerful tale of gods, power, and the way people seek to claim both. The exquisite storytelling doesn’t release readers until the final page is turned.
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Ocean’s Godori

Cho’s debut is a quick read with a spark of romance and a cliffhanger that will frustrate some readers but leave others excited for what happens next.

Fiasco

Every single bit as much fun and adventurous as the author’s debut, this sequel offers a terrific enemies-to-lovers romance, an utterly stunning heel-turn betrayal, and a heartfelt story about blending found families and birth families and never assuming that what one sees is anything like the truth. Featuring a well-developed mercantile empire-type space opera setting, this is highly recommended for fans of the space romances of Valerie Valdes, K.B. Wagers, Rachel Bach, and Cat Rambo.

Isabel and The Rogue

In this exquisitely written second installment of the “Luna Sisters” series, after Ana María and the Fox, De la Rosa again skillfully blends elements of historical fiction and romance, transporting readers to Victorian London with a complex and compelling Latina protagonist.
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A Storybook Wedding

This romance from Micciche (The Book Proposal) makes outrageous situations completely believable and irresistibly interesting, while clever writing and great character development will pull readers in and keep them hooked.
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Malibu Summer

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

This sweet, sexy rom-com has delightful characters and an intriguing premise that is fulfilled with skillful worldbuilding and witty, humorous writing. Fans of Alexandria Bellefleur and reality TV will clamor for this debut novel by real-life partners Paulsen and Wang.

The Paradise Problem

Readers will be rooting for Liam and Anna in this heartfelt, sexy novel, Lauren’s (The True Love Experiment) best to date.
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Looking for Love in All the Haunted Places

Kann’s (The Romantic Agenda) latest is a fun, occasionally deep romance that will draw readers in and, like Hennessee House, won’t let them go until the very end.

Funny Story

This opposites-attract meets fake-dating plot has vividly drawn characters, emotionally charged storylines, and a beautiful small-town Michigan setting that will captivate devoted followers of Henry’s (Happy Place) work and convert new readers into ardent fans.
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Birding with Benefits

Readers will appreciate this quirky romance that manages to bring together very different people to find commonalities and shared experiences, a worthwhile and touching lesson for all.
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Love at First Book

This moving romance will leave readers smiling and swooning through their tears.
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A Bluestocking’s Guide to Decadence

A compelling romance between two very different women nonconformists in Victorian England that’s a good fit for any reader who enjoys queer historical romance.
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The Five Stages of Courting Dalisay Ramos

With an entertaining plot and lively characters, de la Cruz (Witches of East End) offers a romance about overcoming cultural differences, proving that true love is worth the effort.
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Blood on the Tide

Lizzie and Maeve’s story is sure to satisfy new and return readerss, especially for romance fans who enjoy morally gray protagonists with “touch her and you die” vibes.
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Right Where We Left Us

This heart-wrenching story of young love facing challenging circumstances and complicated emotions is balanced by the Brady family’s unwavering love and support, helping the couple’s second chance at happiness feel real and earned. Readers who enjoy difficult, passionate, and swoony romances, such as Alisha Rai’s Hate To Want You, should take note of Devon’s (Bend Toward the Sun) latest.
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Mistakes We Never Made

Brown (God Bless This Mess), of TV’s Bachelorette fame, has crafted (with Emily Larrabee) a romance full of tension and heat. It is a gratifying genre debut.
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