In this category I prefer to read romance with a twist – a twist of social issues, a twist of crime or mystery, a twist of ….humour and fun. Here are a couple of my favourites from 2019:
Daughters of the Outback #3
Penguin Random House Australia
I’m completely with you on this one, Carol. If I’m going to read a romance, it also needs to be a mystery, or a rich historical story, or a psychological drama, or a look at a culture, etc.. Perhaps it’s because romance doesn’t happen – at least not as I see it – in a vacuum. There’s always a context. In any case, I’m glad you found some good literary novels featuring romance; it’s not easy to pull that off well.
You have summed it up perfectly Margot🙂
I loved Love Song.
This was a great series
Everything I’ve read by Danielle Hawkins has been a delight!
I agree Shelleyrae – chocolate cake for breakfast is one of my other favourites-