Nights of Silk and Sapphire by Amber Jacobs is an erotic romance set in an exotic desert kingdom with a larger than life hero, a harem full of gorgeous and diverse women, and a simmering revolution about to erupt. Even better, it is an opposites attract romance as well. Kidnapped from her privileged life of wealth and nobility, Dae is chained to a slaver’s caravan crossing the merciless Jaharri desert.
Anyone who is royal – from the queen all the way to some minor duchess or second cousin to a duchess.
The Princess Deception by Nell Stark is a fun interpretation of Twelfth Night and the third novel in the Princess Affair series. It’s a standalone story, so you don’t have to have read The Princess Affair or The Princess and the Prix first (although if you have read them, you’ll definitely want to check this one out too!). Belgium is poised to bid on hosting the next World Cup, thanks
Once Upon a Princess by Harper Bliss and Clare Lydon is the ultimate rich girl/poor girl romance. Olivia Charlton is a princess and fourth in line to the throne. She’s always dreamed she’d marry for love, but that doesn’t appear to be in the cards for her. Her mother, the Queen of England, has ordered Olivia to marry someone suitable, leaving her unhappily announcing an engagement to the world with
Royal Rebel by Jenny Frame is the second book in her A Royal Romance Story series. You don’t have to read A Royal Romance to enjoy Royal Rebel, but fans of the first will be happy to hear that George and Bea are back and stronger than ever. It’s no secret that I’m a fan of Jenny Frame’s ever since Sheena convinced me to listen to Courting the Countess. That’s
Courting The Countess by Jenny Frame is an adorable romance that I have listened to over and over again. The story is about Henrietta “Harry” Knight and Annie Brannigan. Harry loves her job as a professor of Archeology at Cambridge University and when her father dies and she becomes Countess of Axedale she is pulled away from her beloved career to fulfil a promise she made to her grandfather. The
A Royal Romance by Jenny Frame is a fun romance. It is the story of Britain’s first openly lesbian queen falling for a commoner. This is a sweet, light romance complete with a romantic proposal and some lusty sex scenes. Georgina’s father dies and she becomes queen far sooner than she had anticipated. As the matriarch of the family she needs to be strong and lead them and the country
Sword of the Guardian by Merry Shannon is officially my favourite lesbian romance in the fantasy genre. While I love fantasy, in theory, I am often disappointed by this genre because the story becomes bogged down by details. When one is building a whole world then this is an easy mistake to make. Merry Shannon doesn’t fall into that trap. The characters and storyline are first priority, yet she manages