TOP 6 STEAMY Recommendations – March 2018
What He Doesn’t Know duet will move you before the story really even starts. The Prologue will gut you and from there, you will be hooked until the very end of this duet. There is a reason we regard Kandi Steiner so highly as a writer and that is because she has such a beautiful way of telling a story. This one is so full of emotion, it is heartbreaking, angsty and wild. The first book ends with a heart-wrenching cliff-hanger, so you need to read book two What He Always Knew as well so you don’t have to wait to find out how it all ends. This is a story about a heroine who has found herself in an impossible situation; caught between two men and a love triangle she’s unsure how to get out of, with no feeling of hope that anyone will come out this situation unscathed. The road to love is never easy, especially when it involves a love triangle. In fact it is downright messy when more than two people are involved. Kandi Steiner knows how to write the perfectly imperfect love triangle, in all its raw and messy glory. This duet is an absolute favorite of ours and we could not recommend it enough.
Who doesn’t love a forbidden love story? Kennedy Ryan has literally and irrevocably blown us away with a raw, honest, heartbreaking and powerful beyond words story with Long Shot. This is an epic love story spanning many years and the endless possibilities of what could be. With a strong and inspiring heroine and a strong, sincere, patient and caring hero for her, what more could you ask for? The perfect couple that are meant to be; pure love personified. This is a beautiful, thoughtful and gut-wrenching story and their journey is a must read.
Two Wedding Crashers (Dating by Numbers #2) by Meghan Quinn – Romantic Comedy – Can Standalone
Meghan Quinn has done it again with Two Wedding Crashers. This book follows a fun, sexy, and heart-filled adventure of two strangers who meet in the most unlikely of places. With it’s laugh out loud and heartwarming moments, this romantic comedy will keep you glued to the pages throughout the entire book. Two Wedding Crashers is a must read for the lovers of romantic comedies.
Ruin (Gods #1) by Samantha Towle – Contemporary Romance – Can Standalone
We are huge suckers for angsty second chance love stories and Ruin has it in spades. Childhood sweethearts who met at a fair when they were just teenagers and from that moment they got attached at the hip. While they are madly and irrevocably in love, misunderstandings, secrets and lies separate them. Fast forward and he is a boxing champion who has won every award known to man, but has paid a heavy price to be the best. She is a phenomenal dancer being accepted to Julliard on a full scholarship, but life doesn’t always work out as planned. When they eventually come face to face again years later, will their hearts open up once more? Samantha Towle has crafted thoughtfully and engaging characters. Definitely one click Ruin.
Fans of unconventional erotic romance will definitely appreciate this read packed full of taboo goodies. A forbidden love story between a man whore and an innocent virgin who is trying very hard to become a nun? You heard us right. And if that’s not enough, there’s also a pretty large age gap between those two, so for those of you who enjoy your daddy reads – this one might be just up your alley. But of course, Sierra Simone creates well thought-out characters as well as brings up some interesting thought provoking issues. Definitely recommended. This book deals with issues of faith, so if you are easily offended by this subject matter, it might not be the book for you.
We just couldn’t not include Point of Contact in our top 6 this month. This hauntingly emotional story of family, loss, grief and healing will captivate you from the very start. You will be absorbed in a journey of two men who end up finding love when they least expect it. Amazingly written with well developed characters, this book is definitely not the one you want to miss. Recommended to those who enjoy M/M romances.