Find Your Perfect Valentine in These 16 Romantic Reads
by Karen Green
Looking for someone to sweep you off your feet this Valentine’s Day? We have the leading men for you. From the charming boy-next-door to the courageous soldier just back from combat, you’re sure to find the perfect plus-one in the pages of the most romantic reads of the season.
Navy SEAL to the Rescue (Aegis Security) by Tawny Weber
R & R takes a turn for navy SEAL Travis “Hawk” Hawkins when he runs smack into a beautiful blonde who just witnessed a murder. Travis offers to help the irresistible Lila Adrian but can the wounded warrior protect Lila and take down a deadly crime ring?
The Sicilian’s Bought Cinderella (Conveniently Wed!) by Michelle Smart
Posing as billionaire Dante Moncada’s fiancée is a far cry from Aislin O’Reilly’s modest life, but she’ll do anything to secure money for her sick nephew. But soon their mutual passion rips through the terms of their arrangement, leaving them both hungry for more.
Best Friends, Secret Lovers (The Bachelor Pact) by Jessica Lemmon
Colleagues, confidants and best friends for years, Flynn and Sabrina have never crossed that line—until one searing Valentine’s Day kiss. But becoming friends with benefits must stay a secret because if word gets out, they’ll be risking their professional reputations and their relationship.
Driven to Distraction (Road to Love) by Lori Foster
Mary Daniels doesn’t let anything get in the way of her job acquiring rare artifacts for her wealthy boss. But stuck in a cramped car with Brodie Crews for hours en route to their new assignment, Mary feels her carefully crafted persona—and her trademark self-control—is slipping, and she won’t allow it.
A Soldier’s Return (The Women of Brambleberry House) by RaeAnne Thayne
Melissa Fielding and her young daughter had just returned home to Cannon Beach—and so had handsome ex-soldier, Eli Sanderson. Was now the time to put old ghosts to rest?
How to Keep a Secret by Sarah Morgan
Three generations of women come together for an unforgettable summer that forces each of them to come to terms with the challenges they face in their own lives—as well as in their relationships with each other. When past secrets are revealed, can they find the forgiveness and understanding they need to move forward?
Any Man of Mine by Diana Palmer
In these two classic tales of second-chance love, two couples overcome their past to find romance where they least expected it. Includes the previously released stories, A Waiting Game and A Loving Arrangement.
The Best Bride (Hometown Heartbreakers) by Susan Mallery
Originally published in 1994
Elizabeth Abbot is new to town and determined to make a fresh start for her and her daughter—and that’s exactly why she should stay away from Travis Haynes, the sheriff with the sexy smile. She longs to trust the legendary lawman, but her shattered past seems determined to hold her hostage from a love that could make her whole.
The Best of Us (Sullivan’s Crossing) by Robyn Carr
Leigh is a doctor who’s found success in every aspect of her life—except in love. When her aunt Helen, the fiercely independent woman who raised her, arrives for a visit, the two travel to Sullivan’s Crossing, where they discover more than just natural beauty and tranquility.
Lilac Lane (A Chesapeake Shores Novel) by Sherryl Woods
Kiera Malone had raised her three children and finally found love again when tragedy and heartbreak struck, leaving her alone again. Persuaded to move from Ireland to work in her son-in-law’s pub with family around her, Kiera finds an unexpected fondness for Chesapeake Shores—and the people that live there.
Welcome to Moonlight Harbor (Moonlight Harbor Novel) by Sheila Roberts
Jenna Jones is 40, divorced and barely able to support her teenaged daughter. But when her great-aunt Edie offers Jenna a place to live and a job running Edie’s inn, Jenna thinks her luck has changed. But the Driftwood isn’t what it used to be and they will have to give it their all to bring it back to its former glory—with a little help from some new, charming friends.
Sensual Confessions (The Madaris Family Saga) by Brenda Jackson
Originally published in 2010
Sizzling attorney Blade Madaris is exactly the kind of man Samari Di Meglio has always avoided—so why is she having such a hard time resisting this sworn bachelor? Their no-strings-attached encounter could be more but Blade will have to confess what’s in his heart to get Sam to lower her guard.
Flare Up (Boston Fire) by Shannon Stacey
Firefighter Grant Cutter is contemplating leaving Boston when a 911 call brings the woman who shattered his heart back into his life. Cutting ties with Grant was the hardest thing Wren Everett ever had to do, but she thought it was the only way to keep him safe. Now the threat is back—and Grant is determined to see them both through to safety, together.
Lessons Learned by Nora Roberts
Originally published in 1986
Publicist Juliet Trent never mixes business with pleasure, but her newest client, charming ladies’ man and chef Carlo Franconi, is hard to resist. Juliet has a plan to market Carlo as the world’s sexiest chef, and that plan does not include falling for the chef herself…
The One I Love to Hate (The Romano Sisters) by Amanda Weaver
Journalist Jessica Romano just landed her dream job and doesn’t have time to be bothered by the likes of her old nemesis, Alex Drake. She’s struck up a fiery online flirtation with a mystery man and—thanks to Alex’s family’s gossip website, competitor Click News—she also has a newspaper to save. So why can’t she stop seeing Alex’s face every time she closes her eyes?
A Contract Engagement (Kings of the Boardroom) by Maya Banks
Originally published in 2001
Billionaire businessman Evan Reese knows Celia Taylor is desperate to get him to sign with Maddox Communications. And maybe he will but first Celia needs to accompany him to beautiful Catalina for a family wedding—as his fake fiancée. She agrees to the deal but what happens when this counterfeit engagement becomes more than just an act?