February is Black History Month, a month when Black Americans’ achievements and contributions are honored. I believe you should always support Black authors' work throughout the year though! So, please always try to share light to their work and read their books during the year, not JUST during February.
For this list, I wanted to highlight a favorite romantic trope of mine, fake dating! I know many readers are fans of this trope, so I have some fabulous book recommendations for you. The fake dating trope is iconic because it provided you with moments where the characters are pretending to be a couple, and they have to be close and personal for it, but on the inside, they’re already feeling so much for the other person. And because they’re faking a relationship, they feel that the other one doesn’t feel the same way, so it creates a lots of angst and pining when both of them already feel the same!
Fake It Till You Bake It by Jamie Wesley
This foodie romance is best read with a snack in your hand. Or very nearby!Fake It Till You Bake It is about a reality TV star who is hated by the country after she refused a proposal from America’s sweetheart on live TV.
To get into her inheritance, she must work at San Diego’s cute cupcake shop alongside its owner, professional football player Donovan. When they’re mistakenly confused to be a couple, they take that chance to give more sales to Donovan’s cupcake shop. But soon, this charade turns into something… more.
Act Like You Mean It by Shae Sanders
When it comes to slow-burn romance novels, you have to readAct Like You Meant. It girl Xandra knows all about pretend relationships. Sometimes she has been hired to pretend to be someone’s girlfriend and of those times, they always happen to be very famous people.
She’s the girl who celebrities search to date whenever they want good publicity. And who comes knocking on her door? August Chambers, a handsome actor who is desperately in need of some good publicity. They never expected sparks to fly between them, but the reality is that this relationship is becoming too real.
Worth It by Lady Marie
Sometimes when you’re not looking for love, it finds you. It always happens, don’t lie to me! InWorth It, Makayla is too busy working on achieving her promotion at her job to think about love.
But her mother’s wedding is approaching and she needs a date. Enter Reggie Johnson. He agrees to pretend to be her boyfriend, but he has a proposal of his own: for every fake date they go with her family, she goes on a real date with him.
Will You Be Mine? by Rilzy Adams
If you’re in the mood for a best-friends-to-lovers romance with a little bit of fake dating, choose Rilzy Adams.Will You Be Mine? follows JT and Hallie, best friends for years, who have to pretend to date when Hallie is invited to her former best friend’s wedding aka the one man she once loved.
She doesn’t want to go alone, so when she’s asked if she is bringing a plus one, she says she is bringing her boyfriend. And at that moment, she does not have a boyfriend. But JT is here to help! Though for him, this is the perfect opportunity to show Hallie that he’s the man for her.
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Happy New Year, everyone! As we step into the new year, I'm thrilled to share some of the upcoming romance releases that have caught my eye. While there are too many to mention them all, each one promises to captivate with its stunning covers and compelling narratives. Today, I'll highlight a few that particularly intrigue me. This year's offerings include tales of ghostwriters navigating unexpected romance with their bosses,moving into the Spite House they bought for their ex, and the struggle of an ice hockey captain to resist falling for his tutor. These diverse and enticing stories are sure to enchant us all.
Romance Book and Chill’s January box is all about cozy girl vibes. Perfect for cold winter nights, this box is an invitation to get cozy and read. Let’s dive into the cozy goodness waiting to embrace you in a warm hug in this month's Romance Book and Chill box.