As you may have noticed, we here at Fangirlish LOVE romance novels. This time, we’d like to focus on Canadian romance novelists, the unsung heroes of Canadian literature.
You want to talk smack about romance? Here’s a look at the MANY reasons romance novels are worthy of respect.
The winter months are long and cold we all need some happy. Check out these three heart racing, delightful, laugh out loud, contemporary romances. Because you deserve ALL THE HAPPY.
In case you haven’t picked up on it – we here at Fangirlish LOVED Bridgerton!! Until we get more, we’re listing some other romance novel series that we know would make great TV.
2020 has been rough for all of us but the one thing that helped get us through are romance novels! Here is our list of the BEST romance novels of 2020.
The Widow of Rose House by Diana Biller is the spooky romance you want this Halloween season! You get to read the love story of Alva and Sam set in New York in the late 1800s with the backdrop of a haunted house.
Paradise Cove by Jenny Holiday tells the story of Dr. Nora Walsh and Jake Ramsey. Nora just moved to town and Jake is a local resident. It is truly a story of life after loss and leaves you with a feeling of hope.
Some writers have a special gift to make you feel seen. They write characters you can identify with and even wish to be. Julianna Foxe is one of those writers. Her latest novel Capturing the Cowboy her second Copper Valley Ranch series tells the story of Cassie and Jake – it’s a delight!
Daring and the Duke is the last book of The Bareknuckle Bastards series by Sarah MacLean. This book tells the love story of Ewan and Grace. Ewan, the Duke of Marwick was the villain of the first two books. Grace Condry is the beloved sister and only female member of the Bareknuckle Bastards.
In Brazen and the Beast by Sarah MacLean the heroine, the amazing Lady Henrietta Sedley has declared it her year and you can’t help but be excited about it and her from the start of this glorious novel!! And then she meets Whit and it just gets BETTER.
Wicked and the Wallflower is the first book in Sarah MacLean’s The Barenuckled Bastards series – the last series in the Summer of Sarah MacLean event. It tells the story of Devil one of the Barenuckle Bastards and Lady Felicity Faircloth and I LOVED IT.
How the Dukes Stole Christmas is a CHRISTMAS romance anthology by Tessa Dare, Sarah MacLean, Sophie Jordan and Joanna Shupe. Full confession, Christmas romances are MY FAVOURITE!!! So I was beyond thrilled when this book came out. Each author provides a short story set during the Christmas season, featuring Dukes and magic shortbread!
The Day of the Duchess by Sarah MacLean is the last in Scandal & Scoundrel series. It is the story of the Duke of Haven, Malcolm Bevingstoke and the Duchess of Haven, Seraphina or Sera.
Sarah MacLean’s A Scot in the Dark tells the story of the WONDERFUL Scottish Duke of Warnick, Alec Stewart falling in love with his ward Miss Lilly Hargrove.
The Rogue Not Taken is Sarah MacLean’s first book in her Scandal & Scoundrel series. It’s a road trip book and tells the story of King and Sophie.
Rafe is a contemporary romance about Dr. Sloan Copeland, her twin six-year-old daughters Addison and Avery and their brand new live-in nanny Rafe Whitcomb.
Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover is Sarah MacLean’s THRILLING conclusion to the Rule of Scoundrels series. This book tells the love story of Georgiana and Duncan and but also reveals the identity of Chase the head of The Fallen Angel.
No Good Duke Goes Unpunished is by far the most divisive of the books read in the Summer of Sarah MacLean event. People have very strong feelings about Mara and Temple.
One Good Earl Deserves a Lover is the second book in Sarah MacLean’s Rule of Scoundrels series and my FAVOURITE MacLean book yet. Yes, I LOVED IT!!!! This book is AMAZING!! Pippa and Cross’ story is THE BEST.
A Rogue by Any Other Name is the story of Bourne and Penelope. It is the first book in Sarah MacLean’s Rule of Scoundrel series and really who doesn’t love a scoundrel? 😉