New Year, New Miniseries: Start with These 5 Romances

by Karen Green

If there’s anything better than starting the new year with a new book, it’s starting the new year with a new miniseries!

The promise of more books to come makes picking up the first in a series such a sweet endeavor—but finishing that book and knowing you’ll have to wait for the next one …

Well that just means you’ll have the opportunity to pick up another new miniseries debut to keep you going! If you’re lucky, it’s a problem you’ll be working to solve all year long.

Start with one of these five miniseries debuts to make sure you’ll have a happy new year—and a happy new miniseries!

Colton Baby Conspiracy (The Coltons of Mustang Valley) by Marie Ferrarella

If you’re a reader of romantic thrillers or suspense in general and the busy, bursting Colton family sagas in particular, you’ll love this miniseries featuring more of the extended clan.

In our first visit to Mustang Valley, Marlowe Colton is president of the family’s oil company, but a cavalier night with a rival results in consequences she never anticipated. Never a dull moment with the Coltons, her pregnancy surprise becomes just the first in a chain of events that could change their lives…

Or end them.

Colton Baby Conspiracy by Marie Ferrarella

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Fortune’s Fresh Start (The Fortunes of Texas: Rambling Rose) by Michelle Major

We have another established family at the heart of this new miniseries as well, and the stakes are just as high in this debut featuring a branch of the sprawling Fortune family in a small Texas town.

Rambling Rose may be a tiny dot on the map but Callum Fortune is making a big splash there as a real estate developer. But while he conquers the market and gets ready to move on to the next opportunity, a woman he never expected to become close with may be conquering the bachelor’s heart.

Fortune's Fresh Start by Michelle Major

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Jeremiah (High Rise) by Jayce Ellis

If you’re looking on for a new and diverse LGBTQ series, High Rise, featuring stories of finding (and keeping) love in a big city will definitely appeal.

In the first installment, Jeremiah and Colin orbit each other until the gravitational pull is too much to resist—but for the two, opposites in so many ways, there may always be too much space between them to make a relationship work.

Jeremiah by Jayce Ellis

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His to Defend (NOLA Knights) by Rhenna Morgan

NOLA Knights is a spinoff of the popular Men of Haven miniseries and introduces us to even more of the red-hot storylines, passionate protagonists and exceptional underground empires that we loved in the original.

In this debut, we meet anti-hero Sergei and strong but vulnerable Evette, who knows there is more to the mafia boss than his hardened exterior suggests. But can she break through that shell and keep her heart intact?

His to Defend by Rhenna Morgan

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Hard Chrome (American Heavy Metal) by Vanessa North

Experience romance in the fast lane with this new miniseries featuring the people that work in and around American Heavy Metal, a classic car shop with a lasting legacy.

Tanner Ellis has just taken over her father’s business but she’s clashing with the sexy tech that made it his home long before Tanner decided to walk back in on high heels and reclaim it. Things are revving up quickly in this passionate body shop.

Hard Chrome by Vanessa North

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Is there a miniseries that you are looking forward to in 2020? Let us know in the comments!

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Comments ( 2 )
  1. Marcie R
    January 15, 2020 at 9:10 am
    Reply

    I’m enjoying Joanne Rock’s miniseries – Dynasties: Mesa Falls Ranch.
    Looking forward to more Mountain Monroes by Melinda Curtis. Then there are the Blackwell Sisters, which is a continuity with Heartwarming.

    • Elissa
      January 15, 2020 at 10:11 am
      Reply

      Happy reading Marcie! 🙂

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