These 7 Valentine's Reads are *Almost* Too Hot to Handle
Your Valentine's Day is about to be hot with these 7 reads... even if you don't have a boo!
Romance Novels Perfect for Valentine's Day
Valentine's Day is nearly upon us. Do you know what that means? Well, it means that you need to find a great Valentine's read ASAP! No, seriously, curling up with a good romance on the most romantic day of the year is a great way to pass a few hours before it's date time with your significant other. (If you're single this Valentine's Day, check out these great ways to be your own Valentine this year!)
Spend some time with your next book boyfriend or girlfriend with these seven romance books for Valentine's Day. You won't regret it!
1. Her Unexpected Valentine by Sherelle Green
Makeup artist Nicole LeBlanc has just landed the job of a lifetime. As the lead makeup artist and hairstylist for a bunch of Valentine's Day commercials, she encounters creative director Kendrick Burrstone. Kendrick has been hurt in the past and isn't too keen on falling for someone again. Will Nicole be able to convince him to take a chance on her?
2. All I Want for Valentine's by Clare Lydon
Right before Christmas, BFFs Tori and Holly hooked up. Since then, they've become a lovey dovey couple. At least that's who they want to be. Circumstances in the form of basically Holly's entire family crash their plans. Can their relationship survive the upheaval?
3. His Forbidden Kiss by Jessica Lemmon
In His Forbidden Kiss by Jessica Lemmon, Taylor Thompson discovers that her casual boyfriend plans to propose to her at the annual Valentine's Day gala. Too bad that's the last thing she wants. Through a series of circumstances, she ends up in a closet and kissing her boyfriend's older (and very hot) brother. Things just get worse from there before they get better.
4. The Perfect Valentine edited by Barbara Johnson and Therese Szymanski
If you're looking for a bunch of different sexy Valentine's Day stories, check out The Perfect Valentine, an anthology chockful of lesbian romance shorts. The anthology includes stories by 23 different authors!
5. Chocolate Goodies by Jacqueline Thomas
In Jacqueline Thomas' Chocolate Goodies, Coco Stanley is pleased with the way her specialty chocolate shop has hit it big. Grammy-winning songwriter ends up walking through the door to Coco's shop and for the first time, she's found something more mouthwatering than the goodies she creates.
6. Best Friends, Secret Lovers by Jessica Lemmon
For the first time, best friends Sabrina Douglas and Flynn Parker are single at the same time. He's recently gone through a rocky divorce and his father's death and Sabrina just wants to help him. She proposes they spend Valentine's Day together and they end up sharing a kiss. Through a series of unfortunate (or fortunate in this case) events, that one kiss leads to something much, much more.
7. A Valentine's Proposal by Kim Findlay
While this one is considered a "clean" romance - meaning that there's no sex - it fit the bill of being a Valentine's Day romance. In the book, it's up to Mariah Van Delton, a wedding planner, to save small town Carter's Crossing. It's her day to whip the town up into a romantic destination. How does she plan to do it? By concocting a fake Valentine's Day proposal. Too bad feelings get involved.
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