Small town romances are comfort reads for me, hands down. I could read them forever and I would never get tired of them. They give you found family, warmth, and lots of love and for me, those are the perfect ingredients for a romance novel.
One of my all-time favorite tropes is the “city girl goes to a small town” because I just love heroines who are a little bit lost, a little bit lonely, and find a family in a small town where they never thought it could happen.
Keep reading to discover your next read that will have you falling in love with small towns, the romances, and the stories. You’ll want to grab your bags and move to a small town to find love yourself (if you haven’t yet!).
Lovelight Farms by BK Borison
I’m currently reading the third book in this series while I’m writing this list and oh my god it just makes me love this series so much more.
Lovelight Farms is the first book in the series. It follows Stella and Luka who have to pretend to date in order for Stella to win a contest and save her Christmas tree farm. They have been best friends for years! And crushing on each other for the same amount of time.
But Stella is scared to act upon those feelings; she doesn’t want to ever lose him. Though, now that the opportunity has arisen for them to be a bit closer, Luka is going to make Stella see that they can be perfect together.
Juniper Hill by Devney Perry
As I mentioned, I’m a huge fan of the “city girl goes to a small town and falls in love with a local” trope in romance books. And this book does it in a wonderful way!
Memphis Ward, a single mom of a newborn baby, has taken all her stuff and moved to a new place. If it means that she can bring a bright future to her son, she’ll do it. Every time. Even if it means changing her glamorous life. It’s in this town where she meets the most handsome man she has ever seen in her life. And he just became her temporary landlord.
It Happened One Summer by Tessa Bailey
After an out-of-control night, Piper is sent to a small fishing town where she’ll have to run her late father’s dive bar. An LA princess and It girl, Piper feels like a fish out of water, for sure.But she has to drive ahead, even if a grumpy, bearded sea captain is making it impossibly hard to do so. They’re polar opposites, but underneath all their layers, they might realize that they fit perfectly together.
A Thorn in the Saddle by Rebekah Weatherspoon
If you haven’t read the Cowboys of California series, do it! Weatherspoon wrote one amazing series where you get to know three brothers who are waiting for their love story to begin.
Or maybe they’re going to go and find it!A Thorn in the Saddle is the third and final book of the series and finally gives us Jesse Pleasant’s story. It’s loosely inspired by Beauty and the Beast as well! Doesn’t that sound wonderful?
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.