The best romantic novels of 2017
Best Romance Books 30 Swoon-worthy Novels Not to Be MissedFrom a sexy, dance-inspired debut to a fresh take on the green card romance to the launch of several crackling new series, the romance world had lots of steamy gifts to unwrap this year. It was also the year that romance joined the resistance. Authors such as Tessa Dare and Sarah MacLean used their writing to define modern happy endings, even in historical stories, with tales of protagonists who nevertheless persisted to find fulfillment with their best selves and those deserving of their love. Daria made a sparkling debut with the first novel in her Dance Off series, which uses a fictionalized version of Dancing With the Stars as the backdrop for romance. The book crackles with their chemistry, and Daria nails the behind-the-scenes drama of the dance and reality TV worlds.
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She gave up the guy for the sake of their friendship. Eugenia Snowe is a widow and a governess who finds herself kidnapped by the demanding Edward Reeve, especially by the man? Once Upon a Winethe bastard son of an earl. All truths must be told, by Beth Kendrick.
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Top 5 Romance Novels 2017
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