Very little angst.

Do they break up and feel miserable? If yes then it’s a dramatic romance. If no then it’s a sweet romance.

Calling The Dead by Ali Vali

Calling The Dead by Ali Vali is set against the backdrop of a devastated New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. It’s the story of a serial killer and the cop who needs to stop him. Detective Sept Savoie is a cop who is not all that interested in relationships and nightmares of her sister who died during Katrina haunt her. She is a good cop and her life revolves around her

All In by Nell Stark

All In by Nell Stark is a gem just waiting to be discovered. This is a romance with a touch of gambling and it was so well meshed together that I can’t believe it hasn’t been done before. Annie Navarro (supernova) is a math whiz. She has won a number of internet poker championships and loves nothing more than the thrill of winning. When she goes to withdraw her significant

Knotted Legacy by Brenda Murphy

Knotted Legacy by Brenda Murphy is a sensual BDSM romance about letting go of the past and moving on and learning the art of opening up and trusting the person you desire. It also emphasizes the harsh truth that life is fragile, therefore, you should live life on your own terms and not be held captive by another person’s expectations. Who would have thought that Martha McLeod, the top Mistress

Spark & Change by Kellum Jeffries

Spark & Change by Kellum Jeffries is an adorable supernatural romance novelette that’s sure to make you smile. Frannie is a library school student who also happens to be a low-powered fae. When she stops in at a pharmacy to get some Sudafed, Frannie crushes hard on the cashier who’s a shifter named Shirl, and she comes back every day until she musters the courage to ask Shirl out on

Against All Odds by Kris Bryant Maggie Cummings and M Ullrich

Against All Odds by Kris Bryant, Maggie Cummings and M. Ullrich is an emotional and captivating story about being able to face a tragedy head on and move on with your life, learning to appreciate the simple things we take for granted and finding love where you least expect it.  The old adage was right, misery certainly loves company: Peyton Clarke, a police officer and Tory Stevens, a real estate

Certain Requirements by Elinor Zimmerman

Certain Requirements by Elinor Zimmerman is a kinky, butch/femme erotic romance that’s surprisingly sweet. Phoenix Gomez is excited to start the next phase of her life. After years of training, as well as scrimping and saving at a job she doesn’t like, she’s finally quitting so she can focus full time on building a career as an aerial dancer (think Cirque du Soleil). Everything is perfect until her best friend

Marriage of Unconvenience by Chelsea M. Cameron

Marriage of Unconvenience by Chelsea M. Cameron is quite possibly the cutest f/f romance I’ve ever read. Reading it is like eating an amazing cupcake because it’s super sweet and fills you up—but, you know, with feels and not cake. Lauren “Lo” Bowman has lost her job and now she’s in a panic. She was already living pretty lean, so she won’t be able to afford rent if she doesn’t

This Time by SW Andersen

This Time by S.W. Andersen is a paranormal romance that will saturate your soul with the deepest longing and just when you feel you will surely break from yearning, it will fill your heart with the profoundest and purest love. Infused with aspects of Native mysticism surrounding souls and dreamscapes, this book is an emotional exploration of the perpetuity of love that neither the constructs of time nor space can

Lost For Words by Andrea Bramhall

Lost For Words by Andrea Bramhall is a lovely romantic comedy about facing your greatest fears, chasing your dreams, learning the art of living fully and embracing true love. Sasha Adams believes that she has everything that she could ever want or need, however, she still lives at home with her elderly mother who is always up to random acts of mischief and behaves like a teenager. She is a

Shaken to The Core by Jae

Shaken to the Core by Jae is a historical romance set against the backdrop of the great San Francisco earthquake of 1906.  Kate Winthrop is the only daughter of a high society shipping magnate and her parents have her life completely planned out, including an advantageous marriage that will produce an heir to the family empire. However, Kate is her own woman. She is a feminist ahead of her time