8 Books I’m Looking Forward to This Year
Radiant Sin by Kate Robert (February 7)
Book 5 in the Dark Olympus series, this modern retelling of Apollo and Cassandra is guaranteed to be scorching hot. Robert’s world building is incredible in these books and it’s easy to get swept up in the political drama going on around the main romance.
Hello Beautiful by Ann Napolitano (March 28)
From the author of Dear Edward, this new novel is a story about family. According to Goodreads: Vibrating with tenderness, Hello Beautiful is a gorgeous, profoundly moving portrait of what’s possible when we choose to love someone not in spite of who they are, but because of it.
The Soulmate by Sally Hepworth (April 4)
Hepworth is the queen of meaningful mysteries. This new thriller is about marriage and secrets and betrayal.
The Plus One by Mazey Eddings (April 4)
Book three in the Brush With Love series. The other two are some of the best romance novels I’ve read so I have high expectations for this one. From Goodreads: What starts out as a fake wedding date turns into something these childhood enemies never expected in the next sparkling romantic comedy by Mazey Eddings.
The Nanny by Lana Ferguson (April 11)
The premise for this romance novel is so over the top, I HAVE to read it. A young woman take a nannying position, then discovers the dad is familiar with her OnlyFans account.
Yours Truly by Abby Jimenez (April 11)
I’ve loved everything she’s written so far and I hope this is more of the same! It’s a story about a woman whose life is on the rocks and the unexpected man who shows up for her when it’s needed the most.
Business or Pleasure by Rachel Lynn Solomon (June 20)
The author of The Ex Talk and Weather Girl is back with a new rom-com about a struggling actor and a ghost writer who help each other on the page (and in the bedroom!)