9 New September Romance Novels You Won't Want To Miss
You'll love these new releases!
September Romance Releases
It's September, and you know what that means: time for our monthly roundup of just a few of the new romance novels out this month you need to check out! The good news is that Septembers is full of great new romance books that are all just calling your name!
While last month was Romance Awareness Month, but that doesn't mean we can't still celebrate with a good book in September. For avid romance readers, every month is, in spirit, Romance Awareness Month!
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1. No Judgments by Meg Cabot
After leaving an emotionally abusive ex, Bree Beckham isn't too worried about the hurricane, even if it cuts off the power and shuts off cell service on Little Bridge Island. And their connection to the mainland. She discovers that many of the islanders have been cut off from their puts and is determined to rescue them. But she'll need help, which comes in the form of her boss' heartbreaker nephew, Drew Hartwell. Bree realizes their may be more feelings involved with her fling with Drew than she'd initially anticipated. And of course, that's when her ex shows up.
2. The Stylist Takes Manhattan by Rosie Nixon
Amber Green had the Hollywood boss from hell, but now she's doing alright for herself as the window designer for Selfridge, along with a dream boyfriend. Rob gets hired to produce the iconic Angel Wear lingerie fashion show, an opportunity he can't pass up, and invites her to move to New York with him. Now living in a cubicle-sized apartment in Williamsburg, Amber ends up "posting unintentional gossip" on her Instagram and takes on gigs that are the stuff of nightmares. Unsure if she's "on the brink of a big break or a breakdown," a career-making opportunity comes Amber's way, changing everything.
3. Healing Hannah's Heart by Preslaysa Williams
Afro-Filipina model Hannah Hart has big plans despite her recent breakup with her husband. However, an arsonist "brings Hannah's world crashing down around her." Recovering from her burns, Hannah has to turn to Jake Hart, her estranged husband, for help. Jake doesn't want to give up them yet, but a child Jake had from a one-night stand enters their lives, resenting Jake. Will this small family find a way to make their life together work?
4. Lies in White Dresses by Sofia Grant
Sofie Grant's Lies in White Dresses isn't exactly a romance novel, but you know what? It deserves a spotlight. Besides, it places a big emphasis on friendships and other relationships. Growing up, best friends Francie Meeker and Vi Carothers are always told to find they were supposed to "find a man, marry him in a white wedding gown, and live happily ever after." Turns out they were sold lies. They meet June Samples and her daughter aboard a train, fleeing her abusive husband. Banding together, the three women make the decision to toss their rings into the Truckee River and, now divorced, start new lives on a ranch. But those new lives will change them, just as love will.
5. Beautiful Accidents by Erin Zak
Ever since Stevie Adams' parents died in a car crash, she's lost the belief in fate. Now she puts her career first, an improv in Chicago with dreams of New York City. A few friends beg her to come with them to see Deaf psychic Constance Russo and, begrudgingly, Stevie agrees. As long as they don't make her get a reading. Bernadette Thompson is an ASL interpreter whose two priorities in life are "caring for her mother and working with her best friend, Constance Russ." Then she meets Stevie, a headstrong woman, and she feels an instant connection.
6. The Write Escape by Charish Reid
Once upon a time, former literary editor Antonia Harper had it all. Now, she's without a job and at a crossroads in her life. She decides it's the perfect time to travel, picking Ireland as her destination. Literature professor Aiden Byrnes is smitten with Antonia the first time he sees her. But he's supposed to be on a working vacation, not ogling his neighbor in the cabin next door. Still, their fling is incredible, at least until feelings become involved. They could have something really special together if "they're willing to take the leap."
7. Paper Chains by Nicola Moriarty
Hannah is determined to put her past in Australia behind her. Now living in London, she meets a fellow Australian named India, who Hannah discovers if filled with all the qualities she lacks: India is confident, charming, and outgoing. She also has a secret, one sealed in a love letter that has made its way across Europe, passed from the hands of stranger to stranger. The letter contains India's secret, but will these two women discover the connection between them before the letter reaches its destination?
8. Love and the Laws of Motion by Amanda Weaver
While it may impact her career, astrophysicist Olivia Romano likes to stay near her family in Brooklyn. In a series of misfortunate events, her advisor goes MIA on her and a professor seems to take pleasure in undermining Livie's work. She's left to rely on Nicolas DeSantis' help, a "reformed-hacker-turned-elite-computer-genius." Nick left behind his family and old school Italian neighborhood for Silicon Valley at eighteen, and when Olivia asks him for help, he becomes intrigued by the project. And Livie. To better help her, he temporarily moves into the Romano house in his old neighborhood, trying to avoid his family. The close proximity makes the project go a lot more smoothly, but it only makes his attraction to Livie grow.
9. Don't You Forget About Me by Mhairi McFarlane
Things haven't been going well for Georgina. She gets fired from the worst restaurant in town and finds her boyfriend in bed with someone else. Feeling dejected, she says yes to the next job that comes her way: bartending for a new pub. The problem is that the owner is the guy she fell for years ago, and he doesn't remember her at all! Lucas has come a long way since he once knew Georgina twelve years ago. Seeing Lucas again "brings a secret from her past bubbling to the surface." It has to be too late to finally tell the truth, right?