Transition to Fall with New Contemporary Romance

by Karen Green

Even as the leaves begin to turn, there is still plenty of summer’s residual glow in the bright days. September is a time of evolution, of endings and beginnings, but there’s no reason to mourn the changing of the seasons. The sun may be setting a little earlier and the evenings may bring a chill to the air, but these new contemporary romance releases, each dealing with change and evolution, are sure to warm your heart, helping you say farewell to summer while looking ahead to autumn’s beauty and the quiet hours and cooler days that seem to be just made for reading.

 

The Summer that Made Us by Robyn Carr

A family must face the past in order to have a future together in this emotional new release that delves into the complexities of relationships, the grief that weighs us down and the power of love to heal even the deepest of wounds.

You Say it First (Happily Inc) by Susan Mallery

Working in the wedding industry may seem romantic, but for cynical carpenter Nick and enterprising planner Pallas it’s business as usual. That is, until a creative bride inspires Pallas and Nick to look beyond their ideas of what is possible—in business and in love.

Sweet Stallion (The Stallions) by Deborah Fletcher Mello

Naomi is an entrepreneur who wants to bring her business to her hometown, but Patrick O’Brien, an attorney who is as handsome as he is hard-nosed, is blocking her bid for the perfect property. With more in common than they ever imagined, Naomi and Patrick face a threat that forces them to compromise and work together to save her company and their relationship.

A Summer of Firsts by Susan Wiggs and Sarah Morgan

In these striking novellas, The Goodbye Quilt by Susan Wiggs and First Time in Forever by Sarah Morgan, the themes of fresh starts, new beginnings and emotional changes are played out in two poignant and heart-warming journeys.

How will you prepare for the change from summer to fall? What books will help ease the transition? Let us know in the comments!

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