Genre Friday: Romance (11/5/21)

The start to a historical series about a handsome earl and his fake fiancée + a bookworm and a techie navigate their lives together + a heartwarming story of finding the love you deserve + four friends grappling with life and love + a laugh-out-loud story about the least perfect match = this Genre Friday Romance Spotlight!

NEVER FALL FOR YOUR FIANCEE by Virginia Heath

A LibraryReads pick!

“Readers will relish this engaging, late Regency romcom’s witty duo as they navigate escalating mishaps and growing feelings.”–Library Journal

HOW TO SURVIVE A MODERN-DAY FAIRY TALE by Elle Cruz

“Cruz debuts with a sweet modern-day Cinderella story that pairs an adorably nerdy cookie entrepreneur and a driven tech mogul.”–Publishers Weekly

HEARD IT IN A LOVE SONG by Tracey Garvis Graves

“Graves has a sure hand with depicting the complexity of dating after divorce. This will please readers looking for a realistic spin on taking a second chance at love.”–Publishers Weekly

SINGLE BLACK FEMALE by Tracy Brown

“Brown’s dramatic page-turner is an excellent example of own-voices, female-focused urban fiction with heart.”–Booklist

THE HOOKUP DILEMMA by Constance Gillam

“Gillam (the Lakota series) delivers a steamy romance following two people on opposite sides of a battle over the gentrification of a neighborhood…This will undoubtedly make readers smile.”–Publishers Weekly

NEVER FALL FOR YOUR FIANCEE by Virginia Heath; 9781250787767; 11/9/21.
HOW TO SURVIVE A MODERN-DAY FAIRY TALE by Elle Cruz; 9781649370815; 11/30/21.
HEARD IT IN A LOVE SONG by Tracey Garvis Graves; 9781250235688; 11/9/21.
SINGLE BLACK FEMALE by Tracy Brown; 9781250043016; available now.
THE HOOKUP DILEMMA by Constance Gillam; 9781682815724; 11/16/21.

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