Amazing Self-Published Romance Novels You Need To Read ASAP!
There are some seriously great self-published romance novels out there!
Self-Published Romance Novels
Years ago, self-published books had a bit of a bad rap. People didn't equate a book being self-published with a quality book. Times are changing and people have wised up, realizing there are plenty of great self-published novels out there to read.
Self-published romance novels are among some of the best self-published books being released today! Self-published writers may not go through a traditional press, but that doesn't mean their books don't go through a rigorous editing and revision process to craft the best book possible. Many fans probably read self-published romance novels and don't even realize it!
A lot of romance authors are turning to self-publishing their novels to have more control over their work. Between both traditionally published and self-published romance novels, romance fans have plenty of great books to read!
1. Rafe by Rebekah Weatherspoon
Dr. Sloan Copeland and her twin daughters move a thousand miles across the country to Los Angeles after Sloan gets divorced. The girls' live-in nanny bails on them and Sloan is forced to find a new competent nanny as quickly as possible. Rafe Whitcomb passes all of Sloan's qualifications. He's good-natured, a great cook, and super hot. It doesn't take long for Rafe to fit right into their lives and for Sloan to begin falling for him.
2. In Pursuit Of... by Courtney Milan
What happens when an invalidated Black American soldier from Yorktown and a white British officer who deserted his post try to kill each other when they first meet? They fall in love of course! If they don't murder each other during during their five-hundred mile journey they're on first.
3. Curveball by Teresa Michaels
After Breanne Sullivan's life gets turned upside down because of the investigation into her husband, she must return to the corporate world after leaving it to raise children. During a business trip, Breanne ends up next to baseball player, Drew Scott. Charismatic and handsome, Drew can get any woman he wants. At least until Breanne comes along and, to his face at least, denies her attraction to Drew. Something causes their flight to veer off course and they must rely on each other for survival. Drew becomes a distraction she must resist, while Drew sees her as a challenge.
4. Cinder Ella by S.T. Lynn
Ella has always known she was transgender, happier in skirts than trousers. After Ella's father passes away, her evil stepmother forces her to go by the name Cole, forcing her to clean and cook. Ella has to put up with it because she has no where else to go. Ella gets the opportunity to attend the royal ball and meets the beautiful and kind Princess Lizabetta, who introduces her to a world of acceptance and love. Ella's happiness doesn't last. Her stepmother leaves Ella at the farthest edge of the kingdom. Now Ella must find a way back to her princess.
5. Love By the Books by Té Russ
Carmen's year hasn't been going that great, but things are finally beginning to look up. She meets Sebastian, a book lover and man after Carmen's own heart. When Sebastian meets Carmen, he knows right away that she's special, and he's eager to find out what it is. It doesn't take long for them to develop a passionate for each other.
6. My Commander by Alanea Alder
During the weekly matriarch sewing circle, the topic of grandchildren comes up, so they decide to contact the witch Elder to find out if their sons have mates. It turns out that many of their sons' mates are human! Scared their sons' mates might die before being claimed and having children, they convince their husbands to do something. They decide to hold a fake awards ceremony in which the witch Elder casts a spell on the sons. Aiden McKenzie never really wanted a mate, content with his life of military precision. Too bad Meryn Evans, the embodiment of chaos, turns out to be his mate.
7. When You're Ready by J.L. Berg
Clare Murray's husband wrote her a letter before he died, the words "when you're read" written on it in his messy, quirky handwriting. Years later, Clare might finally get a second chance at love in the form of Logan Matthews, a doctor with stormy eyes. When she finally feels ready to let him into her heart, their love is tested in a way that is far too familiar for Clare's liking.
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