7 Powerful Life Lessons from New Romance Novels

Whether you prefer sweet love stories or you like to really heat things up, we all know that romance novels are a great way to sit back and unwind. However, you can take some big life lessons away from your favorite reads. Dive into these seven new books that can teach you about a lot of great things!

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There’s nothing wrong with a fresh start

Sometimes, restarting can be even more challenging than beginning something brand new. The ability to make changes when you realize things just aren’t right takes a lot of bravery, but like Eva Coblentz in The Amish Teacher’s Dilemma, a new start could be a positive, life-changing event. In this new Love Inspired read from Patricia Davids, a new teaching position and a new potential family is a big adjustment…but one that may change things for the better.

The Amish Teacher's Dilemma by Patricia Davids

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Be a risk taker

Darius Taylor-Pratt has serious regrets about how things ended with his ex, but that doesn’t mean that he’s afraid of the potential to rekindle his romance with Audra Covington. Like Darius and Audra, sometimes the big risks can pay off, and in Secret Heir Seduction by Reese Ryan, that means passionate romance!

Secret Heir Seduction by Reese Ryan

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Believe in your goals

Going after what you want can take serious time and energy, a precious resource in a busy world. Like Princess Carolina, if something really matters, its worth pursuing. Of course, you’re probably not looking for a missing daughter the way she is in Revelations of a Secret Princess by Annie West, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be determined to go for it!

Revelations of a Secret Princess by Annie West

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Ask for help when you need it

Speaking of scenarios that probably aren’t coming up in real life, we highly doubt you’re involved in the Russian mafia and reaching out to a rival family for help (though if you are, we won’t tell), but Kir Vasilek’s actions in Hers to Tame highlight another important life lesson to always remember–there is no shame in asking for help when you need it. Whether it’s avoiding danger or simply needing a few helping hands to get chores done, the latest from Rhenna Morgan is an important lesson in when to reach out to others.

Hers to Tame by Rhenna Morgan

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Walk a mile in another’s shoes

What happens when a love/hate relationship may turn into something more? That’s the dilemma in American Sweethearts by Adriana Herrera. Juan Pablo Campos and detective Priscilla Gutierrez may have known each other for years, but their relationship has definitely had its rocky points. However, it is only when they learn to accept each other as they are that they can truly explore their connection. Take a lesson from JuanPa and Priscilla and bring that willingness to understand with you into every day life.

American Sweethearts by Adriana Herrera

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Don’t be afraid to rely on others

Are you a bit of a perfectionist? Sometimes, letting things go and having others help you can really give you room to breathe. JJ is in serious trouble, and doesn’t know if she can trust Thorn Grayson to truly save her. In the latest from B.J. Daniels, learning to rely on Thorn can be the thing that keeps both of them safe and sound. Don’t miss Heartbreaker, the latest in the Montana Justice series!

Heartbreaker by B.J. Daniels

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Cherish your relationships

In the hustle and bustle of every day life, it can be so easy to take relationships for granted. After all, your loved ones will always stick by you…but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t show your appreciation every now and then. Sisters by Choice by Susan Mallery is the perfect example of caring and nurturing relationships between friends and family!

Sisters by Choice by Susan Mallery

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