6 Romance Novels That’ll Just Make You Happy
Because sometimes we all need a happy romance!
Romance Novels To Make You Feel Happy
Sometimes we want a book that's sultry, other times we want a book that's dark or action-packed or mysterious. It really just depends on the mood we're in at the time. today, we're going talk about a few incredible romances to read when you're feeling happy!
There are so many romances that'll make you happy and more being written all the time! (Let's thank all the incredible romance authors for that!) There's something so nice about reading a happy romance novel when you're feeling down and need a little pick-me-up to take your mind off things for a while. That's why we read, right? To explore new lives and worlds and perhaps live a little vicarious, all while being entertained.
The happy romance novels we included on the list are ones you'll definitely want to check out and add to your reading list as soon as possible!
1. The Proposal by Jasmine Guillory
The second book in Jasmine Guillory's Wedding Date series, freelance writer Nikole Paterson's actor boyfriend invites her to out Dodgers game with his buddies. After only five months of dating, he proposes to her via the scoreboard, leaving Nikole horrified. Of course she says no, but facing an entire stadium full of disappointed fans leaves much to be desired.
While at the Dodgers game with his sister, Carlos Ibarra feels compelled to help Nik, getting her away from the camera crew. He comforts her when the video goes viral and her social media explodes. It doesn't take long for Nik to rebound with Carlos, entering into a fun fling full of fantastic sex. At some point, something changes between them and Nik is unsure of her next move.
2. Making Up by Lucy Parker
Trix Lane used to be the best circus artist around, but she lost her spark along the way and reclaiming it has been hard for her. The Star of the Festival of Masks gets kicked out and Trix is called on to replace them. It finally gives her the push she needs to find herself again.
Leo Magasiva is the new hire on the makeup team. A disgraced wizard of special effects, he seems like a complete dickhead to Trix - though both his voice and beard are nice. And he turns out to be a great kisser.
Trix used to be the bane of Leo's existence, but now he can't get her off his mind. Sure, she still annoys him, but it's in a good way. He can't get enough of her and wants more. But for Trix? She's give commitment a chance and never wants to go there again. When the job of a lifetime comes knocking on Leo's door, a job that would take him from London, Trix may finally figure out what she wants.
3. Graham's Delicacies by Mina Waheed
Graham's Delights tells the stories of six different people and three love stories all set in one bakery. When Jen isn't agonizing over college, she's looking forward to the moments she gets to spend with Emilie in the kitchen. When their friendship ventures into something more, Jen isn't sure she'll be able to keep her anxiety at bay.
The truth: James has never kissed anyone. He desperately wants to kiss someone though, specifically Sam, his co-worker. Every time James is around Sam, he ends up coming off like a jerk and James is very insecure.
For Alex, Yujin is the one who got away. But now Yujin's a foodie coming into the bakery with a video camera, and Alex just won't put up with anyone bashing their bakery. When Yujin starts romancing Alex, will they let their pride stand in the way of a good thing?
4. Sweet Songs by Ellie Green
The only way for Riley to save her hand is to quit playing guitar, something that seems impossible when Riley is a musician and it's the only thing that makes her happy. By chance, she meets physical therapist April, who brings hope into her life again.
April has a lot going on in her own life, but meeting Riley feels right, and she wants to help her play guitar again. The lines between professional and personal quickly blur as attractions sparks between the two women, something neither is able to ignore.
Will April be able to help Riley before she loses her career? Will they give in to their attraction?
5. Fumbled by Alexa Martin
After having a baby at sixteen, it's taken single-mom Poppy Patterson years of hard work to create a life she loves. Full of weekend of soccer games, a job at a nightclub, and more than a few stretch marks, Poppy's life isn't perfect, but it's hers.
Wide receiver for the Denver Mustangs, T.K. Moore has never really imagined a life outside of football and the NFL, with the occasional party and woman in there too. He once thought things might work out with Poppy, his high school sweetheart, but life didn't work out that way.
Poppy and T.K. never expect to see each other again, but when they do, they're unable to hold back the emotions they've held onto for so long. But they both have secrets they've kept from each other. Will they be able to navigate their relationship as adults?
6. It Takes Two by Jenny Holiday
Wendy Liu knows it's an honor to be her best friend's maid of honor. She's excited about it. But she's spent years avoiding Noah Denning, the bride's brother and guy who once broke Wendy's heart. Now she'll be stuck seeing him during endless wedding festivities and have to bring out her best poker face. Still, if she eggs Noah into a little friendly competition, it could prove that she's finally over him, right?
Noah wants nothing more than for his sister's wedding to be memorable, which is infuriating when it seems like Wendy's trying to outdo him every chance she gets. Noah and Wendy used to challenge each other, and it brings up a lot of memories for Noah. Wendy suggests they both compete to throw the best bachelor and bachelorette parties in Los Vegas. Noah accepts, and ups the stakes. This time, he doesn't want to let Wendy get away.
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