Jump into the swoony love stories of each of the five Canton sisters —Susan, Sadie, Skye, Samantha, and Sally in the Heartlanders series. You’ll love getting lost in the family business, Canton Cards, an Oklahoma-based international stationery line that has spread the sisters across the globe.
Welcome to the Bromance Book Club, a series of four novels from Lyssa Kay Adams that will have you laughing out loud, grabbing the tissues and feeling all the feels for these men who embrace romance books in order to learn a thing or two about love.
The How to Kiss a Hawthorne Brother series is a collection of full-length sweet romantic comedies, with all the crackling chemistry you want in a closed-door romance and sizzling kisses only.
The Hot Mess Trilogy is a series of standalone but connected dual POV rom-coms set in and around Glasgow, Scotland. Though they can technically be read in any order it’s best to read The Unbalanced Equation first, then Courtney Can’t Decide, then Recipe for Disaster.m territory. She swears there are no faeries this time.
Meet the Wilder Brothers. They run Wilder Adventures, an outdoor adventuring business in Rush Creek, Oregon, where the West meets the Pacific Northwest. They’re rough, rugged, and always ready to roll out their sleeping bags.
Born and raised in Romania, in a family of book lovers and storytellers, Olivia Lara studied marketing, communications, and photography, and worked as a journalist for a newspaper and news television network.
Find humour, heart, and a happily ever after with this Graham Brothers Sweet rom com series following a family of former football players finding love in a small town.
Laura Kemp writes tender but hilarious romantic comedies which are unashamed love letters to the everywoman. She is a journalist and has written for the Guardian, Daily Mail and the Sun amongst others. Laura lives with her husband and son in Cardiff, where she pretends to be a domestic revolutionary so she doesn’t have to do the ironing.
Yinka, Where is Your Huzband? is a rom-com set in Peckham, the story follows a thirty-something British Nigerian woman who is searching for love while constantly fielding the question in the title from her mum and her many aunts.
Emily Henry writes stories about love and family for both teens and adults. She studied creative writing at Hope College and the now-defunct New York Center for Art & Media Studies and now spends most of her time in Cincinnati, Ohio, and the part of Kentucky just beneath it.
S J Crabb lives in the UK in the South of England and when she isn’t writing feels pressured to go to the nearby Zumba class because apparently, that’s what you should do these days. She loves Krispy Kreme doughnuts, shopping and Florida.
Join the residents of 341 West 45th Street in New York as they navigate the Billionaires of Manhattan who come into their lives to turn everything upside down. Stay tuned for lots of laugh out loud moments, but have the tissues at the ready too.