Best Romance 2018 — Goodreads Choice Awards
Best of Romance Books 2018
This holiday, give someone special the perfect romance book. Find more holiday books by browsing our gift guide. Elizabeth Miles knows that honesty is not always the best policy when it comes to finding justice. City of Secrets is an exciting new book in the series featuring woman-on-the-run Elizabeth Miles—from the beloved national bestselling author of the Gaslight Mysteries. Buy now from your favorite retailer:. But one of them has to be smart enough to put on the brakes….
Contemporary romance is my happy place. What can I say?! Here are some of the best, rounding out the year. These are the best romance novels of She sets some important life decisions aside as she focuses on making the weekend perfect. Of course, nothing goes as planned. Charlie learns the hard way that living in the past can lead to not really living at all.
Even though those Danielle Steel-esque books are a fun guilty pleasure, there are other timeless books in the romance category that are worth perusing. Lily, who believes she has moved on from her first love, Atlas, meets a gorgeous neurosurgeon, Ryle, who she hits it off with right away. When everything seems to be going smoothly, Atlas reappears, reminding her of the life she left behind. Filled with honest truths about relationships, once you finish this emotional rollercoaster, you'll want to pass it along to everyone you know. Best Products may earn money from the links on this page.
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by Jasmine Guillory
If ever there was a year when we really needed an escape, it was Luckily for us, the romance genre was bursting with swoon-worthy new releases from debut authors and legends in the genre alike. Guillory had one of the buzziest debuts of the year with The Wedding Date, an effervescent rom-com complete with an elevator meet-cute. When Alexa and Drew meet in a broken-down elevator, he invites her to be his plus-one to a wedding on a whim — but the two find themselves falling harder and faster than they ever thought possible. Guillory declared herself as a major force on the romance scene with this thoughtful interracial romance that both plumbs real-world issues like race and gender politics, while still offering up plenty of swoon-worthy moments.