Goodbye, Orchid by Carol Van Den Hende
Prepare yourself for “the feels” with this one. Set during a successful military campaign, our main character Phoenix Walker just can’t help himself around Orchid Paige. But tragedy strikes when he finds himself injured after an accident, forcing him to come to terms with the defining question, “should he let the love of his life go and fight or should he hold onto her as much as he can?”
Room-maid by Sariah Wilson
Meet Madison, a girl of untold privilege who embarks on a journey to find real independence, without her parents’ money. When she finds a job as a cleaner for a rich penthouse owner she realizes she can’t cook or clean, but she does however develop an incredibly strong connection to her new employer, ironically a man from her kind of world.
Spoiler Alert by Olivia Dade
Here’s a book that encourages body-positivity in the world of fan-fiction and cosplaying culture. The story follows a fan-fiction writer named April Whittier who lands a fate with teh star of her favorite show. Little does she know that Marcus is secretly her online fandom friend and so a two-sided fantasy date ensues. Can their relationship work IRL?
A Princess For Christmas by Jenny Holiday
If you love the film “A Christmas Prince” then you will automatically fall in love with this book. The story follows a cynical and fed-up cab driver driving around an actual Princess in New York City. Inevitably, their chemistry is undeniable.
Return to Virgin River by Robyn Carr
If you missed the Netflix series, well, catch up, but before you do, check out the book. The story that takes place in the small town of Virgin River is filled with drama. In an effort to avoid confronting her mother’s death, Kaylee rents a cabin and to distance and focuses on her writing. But when she gets there , she finds that teh cabin has been burned down, and her new journey leets her to Jack’s bar.