A Dozen Steamy Reads for Valentine’s Day

by Karen Green

What’s better than a bouquet of roses on Valentine’s Day? A bouquet of books!

These twelve steamy romantic stories will keep the heat going on Valentine’s Day and beyond. There’s something for every romance reader, and each story is a sexy, sultry thrill.

 

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The Cowboy’s Valentine Bride by Patricia Johns

Brody is home from the army to recuperate from an injury, but his nurse, Kaitlyn, won’t make things easier, not after her sister married somebody else while Brody was away. But time has changed them both, and their reacquaintance is not what either of them had expected.

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Fortune’s Perfect Valentine by Stella Bagwell

Wes Robinson’s company is launching an app that will help people find their perfect mate, but Wes has no faith in lasting love. His employee Vivian Blair thinks she can prove him wrong by setting them both up with the app. But do they need a computer program to find what’s right in front of them?

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Lone Star Valentine by Cathy Gillen Thacker

Lily may be the mayor, but she knows when to ask for help—and when to draw the line. She needs her old flame Gannon to help with a custody battle, but that’s all she needs from him. Besides, Gannon is only in town temporarily, and he doesn’t plan on staying. Too bad both of their hearts are telling them something different.

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His Shock Valentine’s Proposal by Amy Ruttan

Two rival doctors, one small town. They are both passionate about their job, but neither one had thought they could also find passion in each other. When a surprise proposal is made on Valentine’s Day, everything may change.

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Valentine Bride by Christine Rimmer

Caleb Bravo proposes to Irina to save her from being sent back to her war-torn homeland, but the beautiful housekeeper is shocked that he would give up his bachelorhood to marry her. She vows to ensure he will not be sorry about his choice, but it soon becomes clear that neither one of them will regret the decision.

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Million Dollar Valentine by Rita Clay Estrada

Crystal will admit that her goal in life is to marry a millionaire. But in the meantime, she may as well have some fun when she temporarily takes over her aunt’s flower shop and finds herself very attracted to the mall manager, Blake.

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The Executive’s Valentine Seduction by Merline Lovelace

Power, persuasion and passion merge as an executive used to getting his own way tries to seduce his former paramour with a plan … until he realizes that she may have a plan of her own.

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Sex, Lies and Valentines by Tawny Weber

FBI agent Danita Cruz just busted Gabriel Black, but she still needs him for a sting. The only way to infiltrate his family’s criminal enterprise is to pose as a couple—but will they be able to keep up the ruse?

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The Valentine’s Day Disaster by Lori Wilde

Valentine’s Day is a big deal in Twilight, Texas, even if it’s just the opposite to event planner Sesty Snow. But her job is to run the annual Valentine’s Day bachelor auction, and all is going well until her ex, a sexy former NASCAR driver, arrives back in town and straight back into her heart.

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Keep the fire extinguisher handy

Her Sexy Valentine by Stephanie Bond

Carol is totally fine experiencing her romance through great books, but when she takes a chance on a date with a hot coworker, she remembers what she’s been missing. Still, after a series of hot, no-strings-attached nights, Carol is ready for something more—or she’ll be happy to hit the books again.

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Mr. Valentine by Vicki Lewis Thompson

The hottest romance writer of the day, Candy Valentine, is actually… Jack Killigan! But when Jack’s publisher sends him on a book tour, he must enlist his friend Krysta to stand in as Candy. The next chapter between Jack and Krysta almost seems to write itself.

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Her Sexy Marine Valentine by Candace Havens

The marine that lives across the road is gorgeous, but he and Mari agree they should just be friends—until an awkward run-in with her ex prompts the military man to say that he is Mari’s boyfriend.

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How high do you want to turn things up this Valentine’s Day? Let us know in the comments!

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