Hot Romance Books For Your Reading List | May 2020

Hot Romance Books For Your Reading List | May 2020

Have you been searching for some new romance books for your reading list? Whether you like steamy, sweet, or historical romances, we’ve made a list of some of our favorites. Check out the latest from bestselling authors Charlotte Byrd, Sophie Barnes, Willow Winters, J.S. Scott, Jennifer Probst, and Julia Quinn. Enjoy!


Dangerous Engagement

by Charlotte Byrd

Release Date: March 17, 2020

The first book in the Wedlocked Trilogy by bestselling author Charlotte Byrd… I have to marry a man I hate to save my father’s life. He is self-absorbed and arrogant. He just wants me as a trophy but I can’t say no. As I walk down the aisle that’s when I see him. The man who showed me that love can petrify you to your core. What happens when I have to make a choice?

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Her Seafaring Scoundrel

by Sophie Barnes

Release Date: April 28, 2020

The third book in The Crawfords Series by bestselling author Sophie Barnes… Lady Cassandra doesn’t want to get married. But when Captain Devlin brings scandal to her doorstep and offers salvation, she can’t say no. With her daughter’s future at stake, he accepts Devlin’s offer. As long as he agrees to never be intimate with her…

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Those Boys Are Trouble

by Willow Winters

Release Date: April 26, 2020

Those Boys Are Trouble is a collection of the entire Valetti Crime Family series by USA Today Bestselling Author Willow Winters. For a limited time, you can get all five full-length novels featuring filthy-mouthed and possessive bad boys.

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Enchanted

by J.S. Scott

Release Date: April 28, 2020

The fourth book in The Accidental Billionaires Series by New York Times Bestselling Author J.S. Scott… Noah Sinclair made a promise to his dying mother years ago that he would work hard for his younger brothers and sisters. Noah has never steered from that blue-collar drive, even with the family’s newfound wealth. Being forced to relax is a chore for him, especially under the watch of a beautiful family friend enlisted to make sure every laptop stays closed.

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Love on Beach Avenue

by Jennifer Probst

Release Date: May 1, 2020

The first book in The Sunshine Sisters series by New York Times Bestselling Author Jennifer Probst… Even though she doesn’t have one of her own, Avery Sunshine believes in soul mates and happily ever afters… for her clients. She makes dreams come true at Sunshine Bridal. When her best friend announces her engagement, she is thrilled to take charge of her big day… except for her best friend’s arrogant and demanding brother.

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First Comes Scandal

by Julia Quinn

Release Date: April 21, 2020

A prequel to the Bridgerton series by New York Times Bestselling Author Julia Quinn… Georgina Bridgerton isn’t opposed to the idea of marriage but she thought she would have some say in the matter. But after she is abducted for her dowry and her reputation is hanging by a thread, she has two options: Live like a spinster or marry the rogue that ruined her life.

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ARTFUL LIES (The Hunt Legacy Duology #1) by JODI ELLEN MALPAS

"Don't fall in love with me, princess," he whispers. "Because I'd hate myself forever if I hurt you."

We can always rely on Jodi Ellen Malpas to deliver a spine-tingling, passion laden romance, and in Artful Lies, the book in the Hunt Legacy Duology, we can add intrigue and a heart-stopping book boyfriend to the list. Prepare yourselves for Becker Hunt, because this the self-obsessed, conceited, possessive and draw droppingly good looking maverick with a penchant for green granny smith apples, is going to sweep you off your feet. He certainly had us swooning!

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ARTFUL LIES (The Hunt Legacy Duology #1) by JODI ELLEN MALPAS

Interview with Paula May, Author of First Degree Rage

What can you tell us about your new release, First Degree Rage?

First Degree Rage is the true crime story of a homicide case in which I was the lead detective. As a law enforcement officer in the state of North Carolina for over thirty years, I investigated a number of violent and sinister cases, but this one stood out above all others as a story that had to be told, a book that had to be written. It began when a man’s nude, murdered body was found in the snowy woods in the Appalachian Mountains of northwestern North Carolina, where I worked in the criminal investigations unit of the Watauga County Sheriff’s Office. The murder victim turned out to be Viktor Gunnarsson, a man accused of assassinating Prime Minister Olof Palme of Sweden. The book details the nearly four-year old investigation that followed and the intriguing facts that were uncovered.

What or who inspired you to become an author?

I have always enjoyed writing just for the creative and expressive purpose of it. But after investigating terrible crime after terrible crime, it became a way not only of putting the pieces of a case together in an organized fashion, but also a way of dealing with the stress of the things I observed. I also realized that no one else had the same perspective I did as the primary investigator of a case of violence – one that was objective as an outsider yet intimately involved with the details.

What’s on your top 5 list for the best books you’ve ever read?

1) King James Bible

Numbers 2 through 5 are very difficult for me to pin down. I have a great appreciation for all types of works – almost everything from humor to true crime to romance to Christian and inspirational stories. I am not a huge fan of westerns, magic and sorcery, or sci-fi, although I appreciate the efforts taken. Some of my current favorite authors are Richard Paul Evans, Sophie Kinsella, Wanda Brunstetter, Karen Kingsbury, Don Brown, Jan Karon, Nicholas Sparks, Kathy Reichs, Timothy LeHaye & Jerry Jenkins.

Say you’re the host of a literary talk show. Who would be your first guest? What would you want to ask?

Nicholas Sparks or Robert Morgan or both. I would ask them if they know where all the sadness from their books comes from.

What’s your favorite thing about writing?

With regard to the writing itself, my favorite thing is when the words come easily, so fast that I can hardly keep up with writing them. This is not a frequent occurrence, but when I love when it happens, and I never want to stop writing then, for hours on end.

With regard to writing overall, my favorite thing is learning that someone else has found joy or peace in some way from something I have written.

What is a typical day like for you?

Thus far in my adult life I have not experienced such a phenomenon! In all my years of law enforcement, including the last ten as Chief of Police in a small town, no day was ever the same. Even now, in the midst of the corona virus situation, I am busy with household projects, gardening, writing books, articles, and gospel music, recording music (working on our next Joyful Noise CD) volunteering and helping neighbors and friends with various needs, and it is always something different every day.

What scene in First Degree Rage was your favorite to write?

My favorite scene to write in First Degree Rage was my personal interaction with L.C. Underwood when he requested I meet with him. It was a scene that occurred just between the two of us, with no one else’s perceptions that I would need to try to convey in the book. It was almost as if the entire investigation had come to those moments just between him and me.

Do you have a motto, quote or philosophy you live by?

I do. I firmly believe that this life is not all there is, that we live this life in preparation for eternity. I have some favorite scriptures that I have clung to throughout my life, that mean a great deal to me and that come to mind just when I need them…

For encouragement:
Galatians 6:9 “And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.”

For peace and security:
Psalm 46:1-2, 10 God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore will not we fear….Be still, and know that I am God.

For motivation:
Lamentations 3:22-23 It is of the LORD’s mercies that we are not consumed, because his compassions fail not. They are new every morning: great is thy faithfulness.

For my life’s mission to share:
John 3:16 For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

The work I do in the criminal justice field as well as in the mission field are meaningful to me and very important components of who I am. But writing gives me the chance to express the thing I experience and have learned to others in a way that they can receive them at their leisure or on their own terms. Writing gives me the opportunity to summarize what I believe to be important in this life and to share it with others.

Paula May is the author of the new book First Degree Rage.

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Interview with L. Paul Dorsey, Author of Forbidden Inheritance

What can you tell us about your new release, Forbidden Inheritance?

Family dynamics can change quickly when the life of a mother or father is on the line. In Forbidden Inheritance, when Larry Cooper fights for his father’s life, he discovers many things about his family and past that challenge his understanding of who he is.

As a financial advisor, I spend more time with clients helping them understand who they are so they can decide how to best use their money. I’m more of a psychologist than an investment analyst.

A few years ago, after a client received an inheritance, a long lost son appeared. She had given him up for adoption at sixteen. It reminded me of another family who had a boy that didn’t look like the rest of them. For years, they told him he was mixed up at the hospital.

What if something like that happened, but neither were true? It would make a great story. Mix in the requisite family drama, and you might start asking, “Is this about my family?”

What or who inspired you to become an author?

A decade ago I read a quote that went something like, “My biggest concern with middle-age was standing still.”

All my life, I focussed on numbers. Studying math and science in a college-prep all boys high school, my advisor encouraged me to become an engineer. Halfway through college, I realized there was more to life than engineering. Being an NROTC student, I had to graduate in four years so I switched to Math.

Because Math was in Arts and Sciences, they made me take a writing class. My words affected people more than the numbers I worked with. I never forgot that.

What’s on your top 5 list for the best books you’ve ever read?

A Separate Peace – John Knowles

1984 – George Orwell

Wall of Silence – Tracy Buchanan

How to Win Friends and Influence People – Dale Carnegie

The Happiness Project – Gretchen Rubin

What’s your favorite thing about writing?

When I write, and I can get in a good groove, my subconscious comes out of nowhere and I learn something about myself and my characters

What is a typical day like for you?

As a financial advisor, I help people understand the markets. The only way to do this is to tell stories. I’m the first to admit, I can’t see the future. If anybody tells you where the market will be a year from now, you should run fast. But I teach from experience. As a professional, this is the third major market turndown. I find myself as a psychologist rather than an advisor. So I tell stories to get my point across. Then I come home and write, occasionally.

What scene in Forbidden Inheritance was your favorite to write?

Near the middle of the book the protagonist’s father is stuck in a nursing home and his mother doesn’t want anybody to know. She blackmails his little brother into helping him escape.

I spend a considerable amount of time with clients in nursing homes. They have a different perspective and I learn from them. As I walk around, each one of them wants out… like dogs want out of the kennel.

Do you have a motto, quote or philosophy you live by?

Put your oar in the water.

When I was in the Navy, I remember complaining to the Executive Officer about something that I didn’t realize I could control.

He was rational. I respected him, still do to this day.

One day when he got tired of hearing me complain he said. “Put your oar in the water.”

It changed my perspective, and I solved the problem.

I thought of him when I enrolled to get my Masters in English and Creative Writing. If I didn’t put my oar in the water, I wasn’t going to get anywhere, let alone write a book.

L. Paul Dorsey is the author of the new book Forbidden Inheritance.

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Interview with Charlotte Byrd, Author of Dangerous Engagement

What can you tell us about your new release, Dangerous Engagement?

The book was inspired by true events even though it is completely fiction. I always found stories about forced or arranged marriage fascinating, but only this one is not one that results in love. The main character, Aurora, is forced to marry a man to save her father’s life. She is currently in love with someone else but her marriage forces them apart. The book deals with the reality of the situation and how love can triumph over anything.

What or who inspired you to become an author?

I have always wanted to be a writer because I was always a reader. I spent a big portion of my 20s writing short stories that were published in a variety of literary journals. When I discovered indie publishing and romance books, I decided to take control of my career and try my hand at not only writing but also publishing and marketing.

What’s on your top 5 list for the best books you’ve ever read?

This is a very difficult question for me to answer because I feel like books are like seasons. Some books you want to take to the beach with you and others you want to read when it’s raining and you are under the covers. Others you read to make you laugh and still others are those that you read to cry. Different books serve different purposes in my life and inspire me in different ways.

Say you’re the host of a literary talk show. Who would be your first guest? What would you want to ask?

My first guest would be Skye Warren. She is the one who is responsible for exploding my author career (in a good way) by showing me the way to advertise and market my books and find new readers for my work. She also writes epic dark romance with lots of twists and turns, the kind of books that I love.

What’s your favorite thing about writing?

I love losing myself in the story. I love getting so into the story that I simply can’t put it away and I just have to keep typing to get everything out. I love being in that state of flow where creativity is just rushing through me.

What is a typical day like for you?

I usually wake up around 8, play with my 2 year old, take him on a walk and swim. If I’m working on a book then I will write during his nap and then into the afternoon while my husband takes care of him. Then I take my son on a walk again, followed by another swim. I have been experimenting with dictation recently so I’ve been dictating on my walks and in my free time. When I’m writing, I don’t check a lot of emails or do a lot of author work and focus exclusively on writing. Then I will write again in the evening after my son goes to sleep or often before that when my husband is with him. My writing now has to fit into my son’s schedule, but luckily my husband works from home on the business with me so he does a lot of the heavy lifting.

What scene in Dangerous Engagement was your favorite to write?

I love the beginning of a love story when the two main characters just meet and have all of this unresolved sexual tension between them. This book has a lot of that and that is what I love most.

Do you have a motto, quote or philosophy you live by?

My main philosophy is that you should always pursue your dreams no matter what. It has always been my dream to become a writer (and make a living off it) and now I’m living my dream. I didn’t realize how well my books would be received or how many fans I would get but when I started reading romance novels, I discovered a magical place where I could write about love and tell the stories that I have always wanted to tell in the way that I wanted to tell them.

Life is short. But also long and boring. Do yourself a favor and do work that’s meaningful to you and go after what you want.

Charlotte Byrd is the author of the new book Dangerous Engagement.

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Interview with Cindy Collins, Author of Born Under The Gaslight

What can you tell us about your new release Born Under The Gaslight?

Born Under the Gaslight is a memoir about my struggle with Borderline Personality Disorder. The book is about surviving a legacy of abuse and trauma. It covers a time period when I was homeless, dealing drugs, and making money by street racing. The reader goes on this dark journey, watching me graduate from one unhealthy situation to the next before finding help and recovery through Dialectic Behavioral Therapy. It gives insight to the mental health community and gives hope to those diagnosed with this condition. Overall, it is an entertaining story showcasing dark characters straight out of a madhouse, wonderland situation. It combines science, humor, and raw visceral emotion to give the reader one wild ride.

What or who inspired you to become an author?

Born Under the Gaslight is my first book. I was approached by multiple therapists to write a book. They were utterly fascinated with my life story and shared it like wildfire. People love a train wreck, underdog story that leaves them with hope and inspiration. They also felt that it could give others in their profession valuable insight into the mind of someone with Borderline Personality Disorder. There’s over four million people in the US alone that have been diagnosed with this Borderline Personality Disorder. Sadly, there’s only a handful of books on this condition. Even fewer books written by those diagnosed with BPD.

What’s on your top 5 list for the best books you’ve ever read?

Books of hope and inspiration that feed your body, mind, and soul are my jam!

#1 Of Human Bondage by W. Somerset Maugham
I have read this book more times than I can count. I do love a story about a social outcast that finds their way in the world.

#2 Loving Someone with Borderline Personality Disorder by Shari Y Manning, PhD
This book I will always love because it helped make such a difference in my marriage. Very insightful and beneficial to those that are trying to have a healthy relationship with someone diagnosed with BPD.

#3 The Heart of Buddha’s Teaching by Thich Nhat Hanh
It’s very hard to pick just one of Thich Nhat Hanh’s books. I am in love with all works created by him. He has the reader see things through a different view while helping you find inner peace.

#4 Fine Things by Danielle Steel
It makes me cry every single time. I adore any book that provokes such an emotional response.

#5 Four Seconds by Laura Andrade
Her writing is just beautiful. She has a way with words and is so accurate on her description of what it’s like to live surrounded by people on drugs.

Say you’re the host of a literary talk show. Who would be your first guest? What would you want to ask?

Thich Nhat Hanh! I would love his help on obtaining his level of inner peace and grace. It is portrayed through his words perfectly. I aspire to find that level of calm.

What’s your favorite thing about writing?

My words will live on forever. It moves me to tears thinking I was able to create something that will entertain and help others long after I am gone. It is such an honor to be able to take the reader on a journey.

What is a typical day like for you?

I live a quiet life and I love it! Considering the adrenaline fueled, chaotic background that I came from, it is a relief. My daily alarm clock is whenever my emotional support dog Bozworth wakes me up for his breakfast. I start my pot of coffee to help me stay focused on my daily writing. I have begun kicking around ideas for my next book. Then my husband comes home from his job and we watch our favorite tv shows or play video games together. I am grateful to be alive and love my life.

What scene in Born Under The Gaslight was your favorite to write?

I really enjoyed writing scenes involving the Munchausen by Proxy abuse. Munchausen syndrome by proxy is when a caregiver makes up or causes an illness or injury in a person under his or her care, such as a child, an elderly adult, or a person who has a disability. It can also be withholding medical care for those in need. It is a dark topic, but I felt it was important to expand others knowledge. TV shows such as The Act and The Politician have recently brought this level of abuse into the light. I believe it is important to educate others on things like this to help prevent abuse of children. Although it was terrible for me to live through, I felt empowered and rewarded by being able to write about these instances. I knew that it might help someone in the future recognize this behavior and be able to stop the abuse that’s occurring.

Do you have a motto, quote or philosophy you live by?

Be kind!

You never know what hidden demons people are struggling with. Mental illness isn’t something that others can visibly see. Therefore, practice patience and kindness towards others. It makes more of a difference than you can imagine.

Cindy Collins is the author of the new book Born Under The Gaslight.

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Interview with Ryan W. Aslesen, Author of War’s Edge: Dead Heroes

What can you tell us about your new release, War’s Edge: Dead Heroes?

War’s Edge: Dead Heroes is the first book in the War’s Edge universe. The War’s Edge universe will push the boundaries of science fiction with engrossing stories of harsh and uncompromising military realism, coupled with true-to-life characters pushed to their limits in critically acclaimed writing. There will be both a series, which War’s Edge: Dead Heroes is book 1 of and there will also be stand alone books.

What or who inspired you to become an author?

I have always had an active imagination and was encouraged to write by my grandmother at a young age. I felt like the current market didn’t have the stories I connected with so decided to see if I could do a better job myself.

What’s on your top 5 list for the best books you’ve ever read?

Dune, Starship Troopers, The Forever War, 1984, Slaughterhouse 5.

What’s your favorite thing about writing?

I enjoy the creative freedom it affords. I get to create the story, the characters, the cover art. You have total control. There aren’t too many areas of our lives we usually have that.

What is a typical day like for you?

I usually get up to write every day at 4am seven days a week. I still have a day job, so I take care of those responsibilities, and then spend time with my family and squeeze in a workout before bed. Rinse and repeat.

What scene in War’s Edge: Dead Heroes was your favorite to write?

I really enjoyed some of the space combat scenes. That was something I hadn’t tackled before in previous books and it was a fun challenge. Hopefully, readers enjoy it.

Do you have a motto, quote or philosophy you live by?

Don’t be afraid to fail.

Ryan W. Aslesen is the author of the new book War’s Edge: Dead Heroes.

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Interview with Sherilyn Decter, author of Gathering Storm

What can you tell us about your new release, Gathering Storm?

Gathering Storm is not just a story of prohibition in America, it’s a story of womanhood and strength. The feeling one is left with when closing Gathering Storm is one of steely determination and hope. Those who are looking for a female-led historical fiction with a backbone of steel, this book is for you.

What books are currently on your nightstand?

I’m reading the latest Jack Reacher thriller- Blue Moon. I find when I’ve finished writing I need something different than my own book to clear my mind. The strong women in my book deal with life’s challenges and drama very differently than the testosterone-fueled Reacher.

What advice would you give your teenage self?

Listen to my mother more. She was a fountain of wisdom and wasn’t with me long enough.

If you had an extra hour each day, how would you spend it?

In my garden. No veggies, alas because I have a lot of mature trees that block out full sun, but I do love my fern and hosta gardens, including a Japanese garden with a small pond and moon bridge.

What makes your world go round? Why does it bring you joy?

Watching my grandchildren discover the world. It’s hard to be apart from them… so thank goodness for technology. We video chat and send each other silly pictures all the time.

What scene in Gathering Storm was your favorite to write?

I like the scenes with the tarot card reader, Cassie. Researching the meanings of the cards, finding just the right one to foretell a plot twist, digging deeper into meanings. And the scenes in Gator Joe’s (Edith’s speakeasy). I used to run a bar in a small town and the conversations in Gathering Storm over a beer or glass of whiskey are awfully familiar to those that have spent time in a place like that.

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The Story Behind Her Seafaring Scoundrel by Sophie Barnes

By Sophie Barnes

He wants to save her reputation through marriage. She doesn’t want to be any man’s wife. When Cassandra resolves to put her daughter’s happiness first, will Devlin be able to woo her stubborn heart, or will she continue to fight her growing feelings for him forever?

I love shifting gears and exploring different kinds of characters, partly because I appreciate a good challenge, but also because I feel as though it keeps the stories fresh and interesting. Having never written an ocean voyage romance before, I really enjoyed the alternative setting and all the possibilities this story offered. Devlin, the hero, is the third son of a duke and the captain of his own ship. Gone for most of the year, he’s not looking to marry since that would tie him down and prevent him from heading back to sea. But when he attends a ball during one of his visits to England, an awful woman’s cutting remarks about Cassandra Moor (a dear family friend), prompts Devlin to reveal his imminent marriage to Cassandra, even though he hasn’t actually proposed to her and she has no desire whatsoever to marry anyone. In fact, she’s trying to honor and safeguard the memory of her past love while doing what’s best for her daughter. The last thing she wants is a husband – least of all one who threatens to make her forget the man she’d planned on pledging her life to. But now that Devlin has realized he wants Cassandra for himself, nothing will stop this stubborn man from making her his. Not even his bride-to-be’s annoying stipulation about no kissing.

Inspiration for the series as a whole began with the idea of three aristocratic triplet brothers turning their backs on the path they’re expected to follow so they can pursue their interests instead, which involves having to work for a living. One enjoys doing manual labor, the second builds mechanical toys and clocks, while the third decides to travel the world. When their father dies and they’re called home, circumstances alter the course of their lives once more. And since this is romance and each of these men needs a match, I decided to create three strong women who’ve fled society because of heartbreak and scandal and are now intent on avoiding marriage in favor of helping the orphans who are in their care. These men and women are connected in ways they don’t even realize until they meet and start falling for each other, at which point the past comes to light and threatens to ruin the happily ever after they all deserve.

Her Seafaring Scoundrel is the final book in the series so Devlin and Cassandra are the last couple to fall in love. They’ve avoided doing so until now, only to have their efforts thwarted by one impulsive comment. What follows is a great deal of convincing, introspection, and wooing before they finally realize how perfect they are for each other and how much richer their lives will be if they’re together.

Sophie Barnes is the author of the new book Her Seafaring Scoundrel.

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New Mystery and Thriller Books to Read | April 28

Hold on to the edge of your seat as we hunt for clues and solve the case with these exciting new mystery and thriller books for the week! There are so many bestselling authors with new novels for you to dive into this week including John Grisham, Sara Sligar, Sharon Bolton, Kate White, and many more. Enjoy your new mystery, thriller, and suspense novels. Happy reading!



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