Don't Discount Romance Novellas Just Because They're Short!
These romance novellas will win you over!
Incredible Romance Novellas
Reading romance novels is always a blast, but sometimes we want (or even need) to read something a little shorter. Romance novellas are a great alternative to a romance novel, especially when you're in a time crunch or just need a break from something 300 pages long.
Well, you've come to the right place because we've rounded up some great romance novellas you're sure to love! They cover a wide spectrum of stories too, perfect for whatever mood you're in at the time. There's a little bit of historical romance, erotica, contemporary romance, and more with a wide variety of characters!
Keep reading to discover your new favorite romance novella today!
1. Take What You Want by Jeanette Grey
Ellen Price has put her everything into getting into med school, spending all her free time working and studying. By herself during spring break, Ellen has to confront just how empty her life has become. For spring break, she's going to get rid of her good girl image and be the woman she's always wanted to be. A woman who gets what she wants.
Josh Markley doesn't know what to think when Ellen, the quiet woman from class asks him for a night of casual sex. He's even more surprised that she doesn't seem to know who he is. He decides to go along with it, needing a break from his stressful life. Afterwards, however, Josh finds he can't stop thinking about her.
2. Let Us Dream by Alyssa Cole
Cabaret owner Bertha Hines has spent her entire life pretending to be something she's not. Performing is second nature to her. With women's voting rights on the ballot in the upcoming election, Bertha gets the idea to put her skills to use help convince New York City's men to make the right choice.
Wanting a piece of the American Dream for himself, Chef Amir Chowdhury moves to New York. Things don't work out the way he want, and he's forced to take a job at The Cashmere. He thinks he's hit the bottom of the barrel, but the club actually helps remind him of his dream of helping change the world. And then there's Bertha, the beautiful owner.
3. Waiting for the Flood by Alexis Hall
After moving to Oxford, Edwin Tully met a brilliant artist named Marius. They were together for ten years before it ended, shattering Edwin's heart. Two years later, Edwin still lives in the house they once shared, stuck in the past.
Nasty weather that floods Edwin's house brings Adam Dacre from the Environment Agency into his home, the first bit of bright light Edwin's had in his life in a long time. As Edwin and Adam grow closer, Edwin will have to learn he'll have to open his heart if he wants to live again.
4. Heat Wave by Ceri Grenelle
Faye Arnell moved from New York to California four months ago, and her life is now amazing. She loves the weather, her job, and especially her hot next door neighbor, Ben.
Tall, dark and beautiful eyes, and a dimple that drives Faye wild, Ben drives Faye crazy. Though not as crazy as when she listens to him have great sex through their paper-thin wall. And may or may not have a few fantasies about it being her while using her vibrator.
Then Ben shows up at her door. Faye's life is about to get even better.
5. The Craft of Love by E.E. Ottoman
A respected silversmith and engraver, Benjamin Lewis has spent his life throwing himself into his work. The only people close to him are members of his family. Benjamin finds dresses his late mother once made and realizes just what he's missing out on. In the process, he meets Miss Quincy, who may be just the person to pull him from his isolation.
Remembrance Quincy's needlework and embroidery skills has the wealthiest women in New York City buying her work. Mr. Lewis, a charming yet soft-spoken man, approaches to her with a special project that inspires her. She finds both his artistic design and Benjamin himself intriguing. He treats her like he genuinely finds her equal to him. But the more Remembrance likes him, the more she wonders if she can risk giving away her heart again?
6. Seeing Double by Briar Lane
Anna knows something wrong when David, her boyfriend, begins acting distant. Head over heels for David, she decides to figure out why he's acting so weird. Her investigation leads her to Emily.
Emily would never have dated David if she knew he had a girlfriend. But he lied to her too. A sweet, caring person, her heart breaks for Anna and wants to make things right. The two women form an unlikely friendship and, while they both regret ever having met David, they can't regret that it brought them together.
7. Coffee Boy by Austin Chant
If Kieran was being honest with himself, he figured he'd end up working at a burger place after graduation. Instead, he's offered an amazing internship on a political campaign. But being an out trans man is a lot harder than Kieran expected it would be. And then there's Seth, the no nonsense campaign strategist who watches him like a hawk.
Kieran will admit he takes a little pleasure in watching Seth pine over their very straight boss, a front row seat to watch the drama as it unfolds. Once get Kieran and Seth get to know each other, Kieran finds him to be surprisingly supportive of him. So of course Kieran gets a crush on him. Seth will never reciprocate it, right?
8. Steamy Days by Melissa Stevens
Book 1 in the Pelican Lake series, Ashley has just graduated and doesn't start her new job until August, making this her last summer at the lake she grew up on. She wasn't counting on meeting Jared, someone she actually liked.
Recovering from a gunshot wound and the surgery that saved his leg, Jared ended up at the lake to get away from the stress of the city for a while. There he meets Ashley and his entire life changes.
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