You'll Love Reading 7 Romance Novels About Writers
Because writing is sexy!
Romance Novels About Writers
What's not to love about romance novels about writers? Nothing we can thing of! Many people think of writers as aloof or mysterious people, and they can be, but they're not all that way. Most are actually pretty normal people who just happen to write.
Because it's a book, the romance can take any liberties in creating their writer character that they want, turning them into nuanced and unique individuals. Besides, there are all sorts of different writing jobs which can say a lot about the person who works them. Journalists often work outside the home, while authors either have a day job and write in their free time or work entirely from home.
Either way, romance novels about writer are compelling to read about! On this list alone, we have a determined journalist, a student writer, a no nonsense playwright, a lonely author, and more! We think you'll have a lot of fun reading these romance books featuring writers!
1. Mud Vein by Tarryn Fisher
This psychological romance is the story of Senna Richards, a reclusive writer, who's life changes forever the day of her thirty-third birthday. She wakes up somewhere else, locked inside a house that isn't her own. She's also locked behind an electrical fence and finds a series of clues she has to crack to figure out why she was taken to begin with. But to get out, she has to dig into her past.
2. Gambling on a Scoundrel by Sheridan Jeane
Growing up, Lucien knew he'd never inherit, but that changed when two of his uncles died without having children. But to do so, he has to sell his London gambling house. Obviously, Lucien doesn't want a nosy reporter snooping into his business. After her fiancé breaks up with her with a letter, Temperance becomes determined to both win him back and write the best article of her life on the evils of gambling. She just needs to figure out how to make all that happen.
3. Crescent City Confidential by Aurora Rey
Sam Torres loves her life. A best-selling mystery author, she travels the world to get firsthand research for her next book. A native of New Orleans, Tess Arceneaux likes her life uncomplicated. During the day, she shucks oysters for wealthy tourists while by night, she sings in her neighborhood bars. Sam walks into a bar Tess is singing at, and their attraction turns into casual dates with at hint at something more. However, something else is going on in the city, something that wants to keep the two women apart and will do anything to do so.
4. Tuscon Heat by Deborah Fletcher Mello
Donovan Boudreaux has been talking to renowned author Gianna Martelli through email for a while now. He scores a teaching position in Italy that will allow him to finally meet Gianna in person and couldn't be more excited. The problem is, when he arrives at the Martelli wine chateau, Donovan realizes he's been deceived by Gianna's twin. To make amends, Gianna decides to help him get acquainted with Italy and they discover a bond with an unfortunate end date.
5. Dearest Clementine by Lex Martin
After having her heart broken by her high school sweetheart and getting stalked by her professor during freshman year, Clementine Avery is done with dating. But when she mistakenly signs up for a romance writing class and needs inspiration for an assignment, she enlists her sexy RA, Gavin Murphy, to help out. If that involves a few make out sessions, well, so be it. The two somehow end up in the middle of a mystery involving a missing student with Clem becoming the next target. Clem must find a way to protect both her life and her heart.
6. Writing Her In by Holley Trent
Adrien and Dara Valliere have a very unconventional marriage. They're best friends and soul mates, but they aren't lovers, but they're happy. Then the writer Stacia Leonard, a friend of Adrien's comes into the picture. Normally, Stacia avoids intimacy, but feels a connection with Adrien. Dara sees it as an opportunity for Adrien to receive the love he needs. It isn't long before it's clear that something also begins to develop between Dara and Stacia, something beautiful.
7. Scandal Takes the Stage by Eva Leigh
Maggie Delamere is a successful playwright and doesn't have the time or patience for the flirtations of a scoundrel like Cameron, the Viscount Marwood. Once upon a time, Maggie allowed herself to give in to her heart and it didn't end well. The pressure to write a new play begins getting in the way of her creativity, so when Cameron offers her his country estate to write in, it's too much to pass up. While Cam has always admired Maggie's work, he can't pass up the pass the opportunity to seduce her. But soon, his plans for seduction turn into a plan to win Maggie's heart.
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