Hit the (Romance) Books: Back to Binge-Reading

Hit the books - Binge read romanceForget about back-to-school shopping (and planning and stressing). But do hit the books with these four excellent romance series that will make you look forward to long winter nights so you have a good excuse to tuck yourself into bed early and binge on happily-ever-afters.

Montana MenJennifer Ryan's Montana Men - Though as rugged as the land they live in, the Montana men in Ryan's series aren't afraid to open their hearts wide when they find the woman who is The One. Danger often lurks in the margins, but the heroines have just as much grit as the men, and they come together to put the perils of the past behind them so they can reach for a better future. (6 books)

Maiden LaneElizabeth Hoyt's Maiden Lane  - Goodness, these historical romances are supercharged with passion, and not just when the characters are between the sheets. Whether in the stews of St. Giles or the glittering houses of the ton, Hoyt's heroes and heroines often should have nothing to do with each other--and might be working actively against the other--but the heart doesn't lie or take prisoners. Secrets swirl within secrets, ratcheting up the emotional tension even further, but the payoff is always sweet. Just give yourself over to Hoyt and enjoy. (12 books)

Nugget romanceStacy Finz's Nugget romances  - If small-town romances are your weakness, embrace this sweet romance series with a hint of naughtiness and set in Nugget, California. Finz's characters are the type you'd like to get to know in real life, and she brings out the best from all of them. (9 books)

Psy-ChangelingNalini Singh's Psy-Changeling - Don't take my advice to read Singh's sexy, imaginative series about shapeshifters with paranormal abilities. Listen to Christine Feehan, who said, "Nalini never fails to hit you right in the heart, grab your attention, and take you for an emotional and adventurous ride. These are the kind of stories that keep you reading until 3 a.m., sighing at the end and wondering how long it will take her to write the next book." (15 books)

 


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